If you’ve enjoyed studying the science subjects at school and college and you have a passion for animals then studying for a degree in Veterinary Medicine could be the right choice for you. So, what would your degree involve, and why apply for Veterinary Medicine?
Find out more about applying for Veterinary Medicine
As one of the most popular undergraduate degree courses it’s vital that you know the process of applying for Veterinary Medicine before you start filling in the application forms.
Find out more about the process of applying for Veterinary Medicine
Your personal statement is what’s going to make you stand out from all of the other applicants that have the same high grades as you.
Find out more about writing a personal statement to apply for a Veterinary Medicine degree
Veterinary Medicine degrees are notoriously competitive and just like a standard Medicine degree you’ll need a gleaming academic record to be considered by any of the seven universities that offer Veterinary Medicine in the UK.
Find out more about what grades you need to study Veterinary Medicine
A university open day is your chance to see past the marketing on a university’s website and prospectus and decide whether the institution is the right place for you.
Find out more about University open day questions to ask about studying Veterinary Medicine
Although the majority of undergraduate degree courses don’t require you to attend an interview you may find that for more specialist courses, such as Veterinary Medicine, an interview is part of the application process.
Find out more about common interview questions for a Veterinary Medicine course
If you’re interested in studying Veterinary Medicine you’ll know that you’ll have a challenging, and sometimes difficult, career ahead of you. However, you’ll also know that the rewards can be big, both emotionally and financially, making it a worthwhile career if you love animals and have a passion for biology.
Find out more about career opportunities with a Veterinary Medicine degree
To be able to practice as a veterinary professional in the UK you’ll need to register with Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and pay the required registration fees.
Accreditations to look for when applying for Veterinary Medicine courses