Graduate as a qualified veterinary nurse on an RCVS-accredited course. You’ll be at the forefront of industry through our strong links with veterinary practices. You'll also develop the critical research skills needed to contribute to the evidence-base underpinning veterinary nursing.
Our veterinary nursing programmes are accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). This means that on graduation, you’ll be eligible to join the RCVS Register of Veterinary Nurses and practise as a qualified veterinary nurse.
You’ll benefit from a campus with specialisms in animal, equine and agricultural science. We have over 70 different species on-site including exotic and domestic animals, livestock on our commercial farm and horses in our internationally-renowned equine centre.
Our commercial equine and canine therapy centres also provide exciting opportunities for industry experience.
Our excellent relationships with veterinary nursing training practices across the UK will provide you with fantastic work placement opportunities. This is where you'll develop your portfolio of sought-after practical skills.
Many of our students impress their placement employers so much, that they're offered jobs with them, ready for when they graduate.
Whichever pathway you choose, we’ll support you every step of the way. We offer outstanding provision and our students and graduates are highly regarded in the veterinary sector.
World class Veterinary Nursing facilities
Veterinary Nursing Centre
Veterinary Nursing Student Success Stories
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- BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing
- Work Placement at B&W Equine Practice
- Veterinary Nurse | Highcroft Veterinary Group
- Veterinary Nurse | Western Counties Equine Clinic
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