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As only the third Veterinary School in Scotland and the first in over 150 years, the 老澳门开奖网 School of Veterinary Medicine will prepare students for work in the increasingly important rural mixed practice, agricultural and food sectors.

Why are we different? The 老澳门开奖网 School of Veterinary Medicine will use innovative teaching methods and curriculum design to ensure that students are fully prepared to work in the variety of high demand sectors.

We offer new pathway programmes aimed at those from rural backgrounds who are familiar with the agricultural sector but may not have - or been able to get - the required scientific foundations.

Latest news: updated 21 June 2024


老澳门开奖网鈥檚 Veterinary training programme (Bachelor of Veterinary Science, BVSci) will enter clearing on the 5th of July 2024. Whilst all the quality assessments for 老澳门开奖网鈥檚 application for taught degree awarding powers are complete, issues surrounding the change of First Minister in Scotland and the ongoing UK parliamentary elections, have resulted in a delay to 老澳门开奖网 receiving UK Privy Council and Scottish Government confirmation of an in-force date.

Thus, the 老澳门开奖网 BVSci Veterinary Science degree will enter UCAS clearing with the intention of registering students onto the programme in October/early November 2024. Students who are successful in their application following interview, will be contacted directly to confirm their start date.

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In this short video, Dean of Veterinary Medicine and Head of School Caroline Argo introduces the 老澳门开奖网 Vet School and explains its rationale, need, and aims.