Veterinary Medicine study in the UK

Veterinary Medicine in the UK

Career options, entry requirements and rankings for Veterinary Medicine.

UK Veterinary Medicine Courses

Introduction to Veterinary Medicine

A Veterinary Medicine degree in the UK will give students an excellent base to begin their veterinary career, equipping them with the knowledge and ability to help with the surgical treatment and care of animals. Transferrable skills will also see graduates move into sectors such as food safety, research and pharmaceuticals.

A typical Veterinary Medicine undergraduate degree lasts five years and modules generally cover anatomy and physiology, animal husbandry, microbiology, public health, parasitology and pathology. The first two years of the programme are classed as the foundation phase, with the third and fourth clinical and fifth professional.

Your Veterinary Medicine Application

SI-UK Pakistan can help you apply to study Veterinary Medicine in the UK. Arrange your free consultation at our offices or via Skype.

The number of places available to study Veterinary Medicine each year is limited, and the application procedure is extremely competitive. In 2014, Edinburgh received approximately 2,150 applications for 190 Home/EU places and 500 overseas applications for 17 places, meaning there is about one place for every 14 Home/EU applicants and one place for every 42 overseas applicants.

Careers in Veterinary Medicine

Veterinary Medicine graduates are in demand and will move into private animal welfare practices, as well as working at charities, laboratories, abattoirs and within the public health sector. If a student chooses to continue study at postgraduate level, careers can be forged in more specialist areas of the profession.

What are the entry requirements for Veterinary Medicine?

  • Undergraduate Entry Requirements
    • Successful completion of minimum one year's Bachelor’s from a recognized university with a minimum 65%.
  • Postgraduate Entry Requirements
    • Applicants with a four-year undergraduate degree (for example, BA/BSC Hons) can apply for direct entry onto a postgraduate course.
  • 2:2 Honors Degree or Above
    • 4 year BA/BSc with min 2.5 GPA or MA/MSc 2nd Division (min 62.5% following a 2 year BA/BSc).
  • 2:1 honors degree or above
    • 4 year BA/BSc with min 3.0 GPA or MA/MSc 1st Division (above 75% following a 2 year BA/BSc)
  • IELTS
    • 6.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in writing and speaking

Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university. If you are interested in learning more about Entry Requirements, arrange your free consultation today.

 

Where can I study Veterinary Medicine in the UK?

To learn more about the best Veterinary Medicine courses in the UK, find details on the top ranking Veterinary Science universities in the Guardian University Guide 2019 below:

RankUniversityLocation
1 University of Edinburgh Edinburgh, Scotland
2 University of Glasgow Glasgow, UK
3 University of Liverpool Liverpool, England
4 University of Nottingham Nottingham, England
5 University of Cambridge Cambridge, England
6 University of Bristol Bristol, England
7 Royal Academy of Dance London, England
8 University of Surrey Guildford, England

 

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Apply to study Veterinary Medicine

If you are interested in studying Veterinary Medicine in the UK, arrange your free consultation today. Don't forget the Premium Service will guarantee you at least one offer from a UK university!

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