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After I have finished my zoology degree, i would like to go on to do veterinary science graduate entry at bristol. However, the couses they accept include zoology but dont specify if they accept zoology joint with another subject, in my case, zoology with animal behaviour from bangor uni. Has anyone doing zoology with animal behaviour ever gone on to do this course at bristol as i would like to know whether to pick the degree with behaviour or just zoology alone.
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Best way to find out is to email or phone them. The problem won't be the fact that it's a joint honours but whether it has enough chemistry content if you didn't get an A at "A" level. The only way to find out is to contact them. But why do another degree first. The competition for graduate places is even harder and it will cost a lot more as there is no finance available for tuition fees?
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Best way to find out is to email or phone them. The problem won't be the fact that it's a joint honours but whether it has enough chemistry content if you didn't get an A at "A" level. The only way to find out is to contact them. But why do another degree first. The competition for graduate places is even harder and it will cost a lot more as there is no finance available for tuition fees?
Its because i did a btec so i cant go straight into vet med like an a level student would. Also i want to do zoology because im really interested in it so if i like it i might not want to do vet med, or i might want to do it and specialise in exotics. I just want to browse before because i know i like the thought of doing zoology so then i can progress if i want to
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Its because i did a btec so i cant go straight into vet med like an a level student would. Also i want to do zoology because im really interested in it so if i like it i might not want to do vet med, or i might want to do it and specialise in exotics. I just want to browse before because i know i like the thought of doing zoology so then i can progress if i want to
Are you sure you can't go directly into vet med with a btec? Bristol accept it on both their 5 year and Gateway courses.
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Are you sure you can't go directly into vet med with a btec? Bristol accept it on both their 5 year and Gateway courses.
Yes, but it says with 1 a level. I dont have that and also its applied science isnt it?, i didnt do that
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Yes, but it says with 1 a level. I dont have that and also its applied science isnt it?, i didnt do that
I don't know about the A level, but yes it is applied science. So yes I think the graduate route or an access course are your only options for veterinary medicine afterwards but you'll have to make sure you cover the necessary modules in your degree for it to be accepted.
Good luck
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