Getting into Veterinary School
Becoming a vet remains an incredibly popular career choice and the competition for degree course places is tougher than ever.
It's not enough to have top A level grades and an interest in animals - you need to show real passion and a true commitment to the subject to make your application stand out.
Packed with essential advice and useful tips to help land you a place on the veterinary course of your choice, Getting into Veterinary School takes an honest look at what it really takes to win your place on a veterinary medicine course. It contains practical, detailed guidance on the entire application process including:
- Advice on how to secure valuable work experience
- Details of the veterinary courses available
- Tips on how to choose the best course for you
- How to prepare a brilliant personal statement
- Guidance on how to make a great impression at interview
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Tiffany achieved grades A*A*A*A*A*A*AA in her GCSEs followed by A*A*A* in her A levels and won a place to study Veterinary Medicine at the Royal Veterinary College.
“I have loved MPW. It is really supportive and each student is allowed to develop in their own way. My Director of Studies helped a lot with my UCAS statement, suggesting what to include and perfecting it with me. I honestly don't think I would have got any university offers without their help."
What do you have to do to become a vet?
Becoming a veterinary surgeon is a rewarding career that allows lifelong learning, the opportunity to specialise into an area that interests you and an above-average income. It is also challenging, demanding and can be a lifestyle choice as much as it is a job. This article will explore the different stages that a student will experience on the pathway to graduating as a veterinary surgeon.
What is veterinary science about?
The role of a vet is a very diverse one. Your degree will teach you the subject as well as the practical skills you need to work as a veterinary surgeon when you graduate. Learn more about veterinary degrees in this article.