Royal Veterinary College
Royal Veterinary College
This short course is designed to provide Year 12 students with the opportunity to experience life as a veterinary medicine student at the Royal Veterinary College, University of London. The two day course will consist of several elements designed to give an overview of study at a veterinary institution. at Royal Veterinary College

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Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVetMed) Taster Course

University event offered by Royal Veterinary College

Event Summary:

This short course is designed to provide Year 12 students with the opportunity to experience life as a veterinary medicine student at the Royal Veterinary College, University of London. The two day course will consist of several elements designed to give an overview of study at a veterinary institution.

Full Event Details:

Over the two days students will have the chance to use and see many of the state-of-the-art facilities we have at both our Camden Campus in London and our Hawkshead Campus in Hertfordshire.

The Camden Campus houses newly refurbished research laboratories, an extensive library, an anatomy museum, a Learning Resources Centre and the Beaumont Animals' Hospital. The Hawkshead Campus has Europe’s largest referral veterinary hospital in the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals, in addition to a working farm, a Clinical Skills Centre and an Equine Hospital.

THIS COURSE HAS NOW CLOSED FOR BOOKINGS.

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)

Duration:

2-4 Days

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Minimum number of students:

35

Institution Profile:

At the Royal Veterinary College, we believe that participation in higher education for budding scientists, veterinarians and veterinary nurses is essential. Giving young people a taster of what each of course area is like, and experiencing student life at university is a key step to nurturing educational and career curiosity. Our programme of events aim to inspire and develop scientific minds, and hope that students are excited about a future in science or animal care. We also work with schools and colleges to develop science materials and programmes, and develop innovative learning programmes across the age groups, supporting students as ... more



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