Can I still study veterinary medicine??

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I was planning on studying veterinary medicine at Glasgow/Edinburgh however I missed out on the grades as I got BBBCC, the adjusted grades are AAABB. I have the grades to get into SRUC( Scotland’s rural college) which is minimum of BBCC, to study animal science which would leave me with an honours degree. Would this allow me to study veterinary medicine at a later date?😊
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I was planning on studying veterinary medicine at Glasgow/Edinburgh however I missed out on the grades as I got BBBCC, the adjusted grades are AAABB. I have the grades to get into SRUC( Scotland’s rural college) which is minimum of BBCC, to study animal science which would leave me with an honours degree. Would this allow me to study veterinary medicine at a later date?😊
You can go through the accelerated Graduate Entry Programme - just like medics and dentists.

However, there is no tuition fee loan for a second degree for VetMed unlike medicine.

https://www.rvc.ac.uk/Media/Default/...FOR%20UK-1.pdf
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