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I have an enquiry regarding possible transfer in courses and how it works as I am not a hundred percent sure. I am hopefully going to study Animal Science at university. It will be a foundation degree and after two years completion I can progress onto complete the final year at BSc. Would I be able to apply for Vet-med to the universities that accept post grad students after the two years as they require a 2:1? And if so, will it be funded as a loan or must I pay with my own money? I have heard two sides of the story and I am unsure. Thank You
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I have an enquiry regarding possible transfer in courses and how it works as I am not a hundred percent sure. I am hopefully going to study Animal Science at university. It will be a foundation degree and after two years completion I can progress onto complete the final year at BSc. Would I be able to apply for Vet-med to the universities that accept post grad students after the two years as they require a 2:1? And if so, will it be funded as a loan or must I pay with my own money? I have heard two sides of the story and I am unsure. Thank You
you would need a full degree to do grad entry vet med and you would have to self fund the tuition costs yourself which would be about 40k yourself.
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