Royal Veterinary College

Introduction

As one of the world’s leading specialist veterinary institutions, the Royal Veterinary College brings together many talented individuals, all of whom share a passion for human and animal health and welfare.

Our broad range of programmes are of international appeal and attract students who go on to become practising veterinarians, animal scientists, veterinary nurses and leaders in industry and government.

The College has a proud heritage of innovation in veterinary science, clinical practice and education.

  • Our independent status means we are able to innovate and keep at the forefront of theory and practice
  • Pioneering approaches to teaching, research and cutting edge clinical provision
  • Expertise beyond animal husbandry and an established network of scientific partnerships with internationally renowned RVC experts

Excellence in teaching and learning

We offer a portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional development programmes. These are delivered either full-time, part-time or via conventional distance and interactive e-learning. RVC received the maximum score of 24 out of 24 in an assessment of teaching standards by the Quality Assurance Agency in February 2003. In 1999 it also became the first UK veterinary school to be accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Supporting the Veterinary Profession

The College's provides support for the veterinary profession through its three referral hospitals, diagnostic services and continuing professional development courses. The Queen Mother Hospital for Animals is the largest of its kind in Europe, receiving over 8,000 patients each year.

This school offers programs in:
  • English

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Programmes

This school also offers:

MSc

MSc Wild Animal Biology

Campus Full time August 2017 United Kingdom London

Wild animal health has become increasingly popular amongst non-veterinarians with a first degree in zoology and biology. Recognising this, the RVC, together with the Zoological Society of London, London have developed a unique course, aimed at [+]

MSc Wild Animal Biology

 

Wild animal health has become increasingly popular amongst non-veterinarians with a first degree in zoology and biology. Recognising this, the RVC, together with the Zoological Society of London, London have developed a unique course, aimed at non-veterinary biological science graduates and leading to the MSc in Wild Animal Biology.This unique course provides practical exposure to wild animal species and an understanding of their health and welfare as well as providing training in research methodologies relevant to the study of wildlife.

Participants benefit from working and studying alongside veterinary graduates taking the MSc in Wild Animal Health as well as learning from internationally renowned experts in their field.... [-]