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Hii, does anyone have any advice for somebody hoping to study postgraduate veterinary medicine please? I have a 2:1 in Bioveterinary Science, which meets the requirements for graduate entry (provided I get enough work experience), however I have had a 6 year study break (I graduated in 2015) so I would need to do some work to prove I’m of the right calibre. Has anyone else been through a similar process and had any success? Or can anyone recommend which preliminary/gateway/refresher course that the universities will recognise please? Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Many thanks in advance
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Hii, does anyone have any advice for somebody hoping to study postgraduate veterinary medicine please? I have a 2:1 in Bioveterinary Science, which meets the requirements for graduate entry (provided I get enough work experience), however I have had a 6 year study break (I graduated in 2015) so I would need to do some work to prove I’m of the right calibre. Has anyone else been through a similar process and had any success? Or can anyone recommend which preliminary/gateway/refresher course that the universities will recognise please? Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Many thanks in advance
Hello! I am a graduate applying for vet med for 2021 entry and so far I have offers for RVC accelerated, RVC 5 year and Nottingham 5 years. It does sounds like you would meet the requirements for most graduate entry vet med courses - and they do accept people who take long academic breaks so don't worry! I would contact the admissions teams of the universities you are thinking to apply to in order to find out what they advise you should do for your application - and see if you would benefit from a refresher type course. Good luck and well done on your 2:1!
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Hello! I am a graduate applying for vet med for 2021 entry and so far I have offers for RVC accelerated, RVC 5 year and Nottingham 5 years. It does sounds like you would meet the requirements for most graduate entry vet med courses - and they do accept people who take long academic breaks so don't worry! I would contact the admissions teams of the universities you are thinking to apply to in order to find out what they advise you should do for your application - and see if you would benefit from a refresher type course. Good luck and well done on your 2:1!
Amazing, huge congratulations on your offers! Thank you, that’s really helpful and reassuring
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Amazing, huge congratulations on your offers! Thank you, that’s really helpful and reassuring
You are most welcome! Thank you 🎉😍
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Hello! I am a graduate applying for vet med for 2021 entry and so far I have offers for RVC accelerated, RVC 5 year and Nottingham 5 years. It does sounds like you would meet the requirements for most graduate entry vet med courses - and they do accept people who take long academic breaks so don't worry! I would contact the admissions teams of the universities you are thinking to apply to in order to find out what they advise you should do for your application - and see if you would benefit from a refresher type course. Good luck and well done on your 2:1!
hi! i am a first year biological sciences student and i am thinking of applying to the rvc accelerated in my third year. do you have any advice for the interview/personal statement. and how competitive is the rvc accelerated?
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