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|About||First of their kind, golf honours degree progammes based in Dornoch, Scotland.|
|Mission||To be the lead provider of education for the golf industry|
Established in 2001, the BA (Hons) in Golf Management at North Highland
College UHI was the first honours degree programme of its kind in the UK.
New for 2015, is the BA (Hons) Professional Golf. The degree has won support from Jack Nicklaus, winner of a record 18 Major championships and Golf Monthly’s Golfer of the 20th Century, who has praised Dornoch’s role in developing education and promoting golf.
Nicklaus said: “Royal Dornoch has such a rich history in the landscape of golf, but it also has a legacy in the development of the game, shaping both the next generation of golfers and the next generation of designers.
“I fully support the University of the Highlands and Islands, in association with Royal Dornoch, in their efforts to provide education within the golf industry and beyond. I hope you will agree it is in the best interest of the future of this great game.”
Why Study golf at UHI?
We currently boast a 93% graduate employment record. The degrees are enhanced by strong industry links, an international internship programme and valuable field trips. We have a close relationship with and proximity to Royal Dornoch Golf Club.
“The degree teaches a range of skills of value in today’s marketplace and is fulfilling an industry need by producing graduates capable of working in varied positions within the game of golf.” - Duncan Weir, Director of golf development at the Royal & Ancient
BA (Hons) Golf Management
BA (Hons) Professional Golf