Aberystwyth University Veterinary

By | 4th April 2017

Aberystwyth University

Aberystwyth University Veterinary

Veterinary Biosciences is a course dedicated to the biology underpinning veterinary medicine. On this course, you will explore the biology of farm animals, horses, and companion animals. This degree programme will also provide a suitable pathway to a veterinary medicine course, with other exciting career options including veterinary laboratory diagnostician, nutritionist or animal health researcher.

If you have any questions about this scheme please contact the scheme coordinator, Dr. Iain Chalmers: iwc@aber.ac.uk

Equine Science and Veterinary Bioscience at Aberystwyth means studying the biology of a range of animal species in such a way as to provide you with the underpinning veterinary medicine and scientific theory and examples using the horse (including some equine specific modules) are used where possible. This includes how nutrition, welfare, anatomy and physiology as well as understanding diseases, their diagnosis and control.  . It does not provide recognised training for those wishing to practise as a veterinary surgeon, but may provide graduates with a suitable pathway to a veterinary medicine degree programme.

If that is not enough, scroll down for why we think Aber is a great place to study Equine and Veterinary Bioscience: