Date: 10 October 2017 Time: 5:00pm - 6:30pm Location: Saltaire, Middlesbrough, Scarborough, York, Newcastle
Come and find out about the study programmes we offer.
Tutors are available from each department for you to talk to and you may like to discuss your options with teaching staff from different sections if you are undecided. Staff are also on hand to discuss any additional requirements such as accommodation, travel, finance and scholarships.
These events run from 5.00pm until 6.30pm at Saltaire, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Scarborough and York you are welcome to drop in during these times. If you would like to attend an Information Evening please complete the form on the right and click the submit button.
Well done to FdSC Equine Business Management student, Rebecca Seidl, who competed at the Amateur Show Jumping Championships last week and managed to win a class on the Friday!
The National Amateur and Veteran Championships, held at Aintree International Equestrian Centre, ran from the 14th to the 19th and was a hugely popular event.
Congratulations on a fantastic week representing Askham Bryan College and the Northern region, Rebecca!
Fantastic news - we’re proud to annouce that we raised over £500 for BBC Children in Need last week!
Our students made a big effort to help fundraise for Children in Need. Collectively through bun sales, selling merchandise and Pudsey and Blush making a special appearance, we collected an outstanding total of £548.01.
Well done to everyone who helped support the important charity.
Congratulations to our Horticulture alumni, Jamie Butterworth, who has been was named in Pro Landscaper Magazine’s ‘Most Influential’ list alongside Alan Titchmarsh.
Jamie, who trained with Askham Bryan’s Horticultural department before moving on to RHS Garden Wisley, is renowned for his work in the plant world. A finalist in BBC3’s Young Gardener of the Year 2011, he’s since featured in BBC coverage of RHS Chelsea, been a regular guest on James Max’s Saturday morning show on Radio London, and popped up on Gardeners’ Question Time on BBC Radio 4.
Our successful alumni will be joining us once again to present a workshop at our Horticulture Conference on Tuesday 30th January. We can’t wait to welcome him back on campus!
(Photo courtesy of London Stone)
Interested in an Animal Nursing career but don’t have the time or means to stop working? Our distance learning course is for you!
The one year course supports students in developing their knowledge of basic animal nursing, combining units of health, husbandry, exotics and nutrition. The programme also prepares students for aspects in anaesthesia, laboratory and infection control and is highly regarded as an alternative route into the industry.
For more information and to apply, please visit our website: