Qualify as a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Registered Veterinary Nurse. Benefit from outstanding facilities and strong industry partnerships on a specialist equine campus. Uncover new knowledge with a research-based dissertation and qualify with a full BSc (Hons) degree.
Completion of this programme will give eligibility to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Veterinary Nursing Register and allow you to practise as a legal Registered Veterinary Nurse*.
Youâll benefit from outstanding facilities, including a Veterinary Nursing Clinical Skills centre, a livery yard that's home to over 230 horses, three international equine events each year and a commercial Equine Therapy Centre on site - as well as a small animal house and commercial farm. Youâll benefit from a qualified and experienced teaching team â all RCVS Registered Veterinary Nurses or Registered Equine Veterinary Nurses with industry experience. The programme is fully accredited by the RCVS Veterinary Nursing Regulatory body.
You will study a range of subjects, with optional modules allowing you to tailor your degree to your own interests. Year 1 modules include Anatomy and Physiology, Professional Veterinary Nursing Practice, Introduction to Veterinary Nursing Care and Provision of Veterinary Services. A 60 week work-based learning placement in an approved RCVS training practice will allow you to gain and develop âday oneâ clinical skills and the development of competence and confidence in preparation for professional registration and practice.
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