Our UK Veterinary Work Experience course is a residential one or two week-long curriculum designed to give students the best possible insight into working life as a vet in a busy veterinary clinic.
Using simulated patients and owners students will have the opportunity to work together as a team of vets and applied veterinary professionals to consult, diagnose, and treat patients across a range of emergency veterinary scenarios.
This course combines hands-on experience, expert university application advice, and realistic mock university interviews. Students leave this course Veterinary School ready, and having made friends from across the globe!
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Our courses deliver academic content that is designed to challenge and provoke intellectual curiosity among students. Our passionate and experienced tutors will guide students through some key principles and topics. Students will be supported and guided through interesting topics such as:
Module 1 – Veterinary Public Health & Epidemiology
This subject is learning around the nature of threats to animal health in the population. The topics covered will include the factors that increase the risk of disease and ways diseases are transmitted, in addition to subjects like antimicrobial resistance and research.
Module 2 – Clinical and Study Skills
Clinical skills and study skills are essential for aspiring veterinary science students. We will give you an overview of the skills you will need throughout Veterinary School.
Module 3 – Infectious Diseases
Learning about infectious diseases will cover the study of disorders caused by organisms. Many organisms live in and on animal’s bodies and are normally harmless or even helpful, However, some organisms may cause disease under certain conditions.
Module 4 – Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy refers to the form and structure of animals and the science behind it. Physiology deals with the study of functions of the body or any of its parts.
Module 5 – Alimentary system
This is a study of the animal digestive system and the gut. Covering the organs that food and liquids travel through when they are swallowed, digested, absorbed and leave the body – also known as the digestive tract and gastrointestinal tract.
Module 6 – Locomotor
Locomotor is the study of animal movement and the variations of movement between different species of animals.
Module 7 – Cardiovascular & Respiratory Systems
In mammals and birds, blood absorbs oxygen and releases carbon dioxide in the lungs. The function of the circulatory and respiratory system is to work in tandem.
Module 8 – Reproduction and Welfare
The relationship between reproductive effectiveness and animal welfare is complex. Good reproductive performance doesn’t automatically lead to good welfare, and visa versa.
Tutors’ topics may vary slightly depending on their area of study and industry expertise, but all topics will be consistent with current top-ranked university curriculums.
1. Join an award-winning academic and immersive course
2. Study inspirational and challenging topics
3. Learn from passionate and expert tutors
4. Experience a real student experience in London
5. Supported by our dedicated mentors and student support teams
6. Experience world-class universities and campuses
7. Gain your personal certificate of completion
8. Meet like-minded students from around the world and make friends for life!
Students will leave us with newfound academic insights and confidence, as well as an Education Projects Group certificate to add to their academic portfolio. We can also write an individual reference letter upon request.
A key part of an Education Projects Group course is studying in world-class universities. Our students study in leading universities teaching rooms and facilities and we also hire the most passionate tutors, mentors and current university students to teach and support our students.
King’s College London
Founded in 1829, King’s College London has long been a leading UK institution with a world-class reputation.
University College London
Founded in 1826, UCL is located in the heart of London and is home to over 42,000 students across a broad range of academic disciplines.
Imperial College London
Founded in 1907, Imperial is ranked in the top 10 universities in the world. A truly world-class institution that has produced 14 Nobel Laureates over the decades.
• 28th June – 11th July 2020 *** Waiting List ***
• 12th July – 18th July 2020 *** Waiting List ***
• 19th July – 25th July 2020 *** Waiting List ***
• 25th Oct – 31st Oct 2020 *** Waiting List ***
• 14th Feb – 20th Feb 2021 *** Waiting List ***
1 week – £1695
2 weeks – £3390
The course fee is paid in two parts, a £500 deposit is taken at time of booking, and the remaining balance is paid 90 days before your course start date.
Book Your Place
Step 1: Choose your course start date
Step 2: Complete our online application form
Step 3: You cannot book this course at this time. Please apply to join the wait list by completing the application form.