The Royal Veterinary College

History

The Royal Veterinary College is part of the University of London and is the biggest vet school in the English-speaking world. It was built in 1791 and today has campuses in Camden and Hawkshead.

International Admissions

RVC offer their courses to international students, and students wishing to apply for undergraduate and postgraduate courses must apply through the UCAS service. For further information about entry requirements and application deadlines you are advised to speak to a representative at the university.

Subject Areas

The RVC offers 3 undergraduate courses and one postgraduate course with main areas of study focusing on:

  • Veterinary Medicine
  • Biological Sciences
  • Veterinary Nursing

At the college the courses belong to the following departments:

  • Comparative Biomedical Sciences
  • Clinical Science and Services
  • Pathology and Population Services

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