Rein it in with a top-quality education

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North Highland College_new_college_logoNorth Highland College-UHI is calling on bright young people to sign-up to one of its equestrian courses at Dale Farm.
The recently renovated, top-of-the-range centre, which was officially opened by HRH The Princess Royal earlier in the summer, is welcoming youngsters with an interest in equestrianism to the college for the next academic year.
A number of full-time and part-time courses are still available for 2013/2014 at the centre which was upgraded and developed to boast first-class, purpose-built teaching facilities.
The Halkirk-based centre is the most northerly education centre in the UK delivering equestrian courses and now encompasses international-sized outdoor and indoor arenas, a tack room, and 20 purpose-built loose boxes as well as two high-specification classrooms and modern office suites.
James Munro, head of equestrian studies at NHC-UHI, said: “We have a number of places still available for our next session and would like to welcome keen equestrian-enthusiasts to sign up to one of our courses at the new facility.
“Aiming to make the centre the number one destination to study equine courses in the UK is one of our key objectives over the coming months.
“A number of our alumni have gone on to develop successful careers in their chosen industries. Students who have qualified here have already gone on to work at top stables including the likes of Skibo Castle and The Lewitz Stud run by Paul Schockemöhle in Germany.
“I look forward to welcoming many fresh faces to our campus during the next term.”
Term begins on September 9 but students will still be accepted until the start of October.
Limited places are still available for the academic year 2013/2014. Those looking to sign up should contact Admissions on 01847 889250 or email [email protected]

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