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Studium Equine Science, bachelor programme Studieren an der University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna Österreich I602 Equine Science, bachelor programme - University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna


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BOKU Wien VetMed Wien

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- Management of horse keeping establishments and riding schools
- Management of larger horse breeding operations and studs
- Leadership in the management of equestrian and equine sports associations
- Leadership in the management of breeding associations
- Participation in equine performance evaluations
- racing associations and race courses
- training centres and training stables
- Marketing and auctioneering
- National studs and stallion performance evaluation establishments
- Journals for Equestrianism and Breeding
- Producers of articles for horses and riders
- Equestrian tourism
- Marketing in the area of equestrianism and horse breeding
- Animal Insurance
- Import-/Export companies for international horse trade
- specialised companies for the construction of stables and riding arenas
Additional opportunities for work, especially in the higher management of equine sports and horse
breeding are available for graduates of both equine science and other programme such as eg
management, law, agriculture, veterinary medicine. A wider field of employment can also be expected
for graduates of equine science, who have undergone vocational, practical training (eg in horse
training).


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