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Hi guys just wondering if any of you would know which would be the best Open Uni Level three biology module to choose for graduate entry to veterinary medicine, out of these two-?

http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/sd329 - science of the senses- basically a neuroscience module.#

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http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/sk320 - infectious disease -

an immunology module. If it was purely immunology I would expect it to be this one, but I think there might be also quite a bit of health policy and how certain locations react to disease? While the science of the senses might have a bit more physiology, molecular biology, which might also come in handy on a vet application?

I really can't work out which and any input would be appreciated.

I've already emailed all the unis who do Vet courses in the UK and been quite pleased with their willingness to accept open uni modules/ graduate entry.


Thank you.
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Hi guys just wondering if any of you would know which would be the best Open Uni Level three biology module to choose for graduate entry to veterinary medicine, out of these two-?

http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/sd329 - science of the senses- basically a neuroscience module.#

And

http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/sk320 - infectious disease -

an immunology module. If it was purely immunology I would expect it to be this one, but I think there might be also quite a bit of health policy and how certain locations react to disease? While the science of the senses might have a bit more physiology, molecular biology, which might also come in handy on a vet application?

I really can't work out which and any input would be appreciated.

I've already emailed all the unis who do Vet courses in the UK and been quite pleased with their willingness to accept open uni modules/ graduate entry.


Thank you.
If the universities you have contacted haven't specified certain modules, honestly I would pick whichever one interests you more! Also how it may complement other modules you take.

The infectious diseases module looks like a mix of things I have covered during both immunology and public health (one health) modules throughout my Bioveterinary undergraduate programme.
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