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If your first degree is an accelerated 2 year degree, would you get 1-3 years of funding for a second degree? Or still not?
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If your first degree is an accelerated 2 year degree, would you get 1-3 years of funding for a second degree? Or still not?
Hi there,

What kind of course do you want to study after your accelerated degree?

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Hi there,

What kind of course do you want to study after your accelerated degree?

Thanks, Graeme
Veterinary medicine 🙂
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If your first degree is an accelerated 2 year degree, would you get 1-3 years of funding for a second degree? Or still not?
Hi there, What university and course are you looking to apply for? Thanks, Karen
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Hi there, What university and course are you looking to apply for? Thanks, Karen
I’m looking at the 2 year bioveterinary course at UCLan (or a 3 year bioveterinary course at other universities), followed by a veterinary medicine course (either accelerated 4 year course at Bristol / RVC, or regular 5 year course at Bristol / RVC / Nottingham / Surrey).
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I’m looking at the 2 year bioveterinary course at UCLan (or a 3 year bioveterinary course at other universities), followed by a veterinary medicine course (either accelerated 4 year course at Bristol / RVC, or regular 5 year course at Bristol / RVC / Nottingham / Surrey).
When is your course due to start? Thanks, Karen
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The bioveterinary course would be 2023 start date. Followed by veterinary medicine in 2025/2026 (depending on whether I did a regular 3 year bio vet course, or accelerated 2 year biovet course at UCLan).Thanks 🙂
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The bioveterinary course would be 2023 start date. Followed by veterinary medicine in 2025/2026 (depending on whether I did a regular 3 year bio vet course, or accelerated 2 year biovet course at UCLan).Thanks 🙂
Our 23/24 academic year applications and guidelines haven't launched yet. You would need to get back in contact with us around March 2023 and we can look into this further for you. Thanks, Karen
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