|Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine||UCAS Code:||D100|
|Institution Code:||RVET R84|
How to apply
Application information for students applying to BVetMed Veterinary Medicine programme (D100) can be found below. It is not possible to transfer to the BVetMed programme from a degree programme partly completed at another university. Applications will not be considered from students currently on a degree programme unless they are in their final year and applying to the Graduate Accelerated BVetMed (D102).
- Applying through UCAS
- Work Experience Questionnaires
- Biomedical Admissions Test
- Repeat applications
- Admissions calendar
All students (apart from North American College students who apply through VMCAS) must apply via UCAS online. You may list a total of five courses on the UCAS application form, but only four can be for veterinary medicine and science programmes (D100 and D101).
Deadline: 15th October for the following year’s entry.
Please visit the UCAS website for further information.
International and EU students may find the UCAS for non-UK students information on the UCAS website helpful.
All applicants (except North American VMCAS applicants) must complete the work experience questionnaire and send it by post to the Admissions Office, Royal Veterinary College, Royal College Street, London NW1 0TU. The completed Questionnaire must be received at the College by the UCAS deadline of 15th October.
In view of the large number and high quality of new candidates coming forward each year, we are normally unable to consider more than one repeat application. Your previous application and accompanying documents/correspondence will be attached to your new application.
Applicants who re-sit their A levels and re-apply are required to have achieved at least grades BBC including a grade B in Biology at first sit. Applicants re-sitting other qualifications should contact the Admissions Office for information about minimum grades required at first sit.
|From mid-September||Applications can be submitted through the UCAS website.|
|1st October (5pm BST)||
Standard registration deadline for the BMAT.
Applicants are responsible for making their own arrangements to take the test at their school/college or another centre.
Closing date for applications to reach UCAS.& Work Experience Questionnaires to reach the College's Admissions Office
Last date for late BMAT entries (5pm BST). A late fee applies for entries after 5pm BST on 1st October
|7th November||BMAT Examination date|
Your BMAT results will be made available through an online results system. Further information will be available on the BMAT website. You do not have to send the RVC your BMAT results.
|Normally January to Mid March 2013(occasionally before the Christmas break)||
Interviews held for selected applicants at our Camden Campus. Some unsuccessful applicants will be informed at this stage through UCAS Track. The interviews will involve different stations and a group exercise. It will be very difficult to re-arrange an interview so you must ensure that you have given us any dates when you would not be available.
|End of March 2013||All applicants find out whether or not their application has been successful through UCAS Track.|
|Late spring 2013||Accommodation information sent to all applicants who have accepted offers as Firm, or who are still to respond.|
North American college students may apply to the 4 year Graduate Accelerated BVetMed or the 5 year BVetMed programmes.
- College students must apply through the VMCAS application system
- College students are not required to sit the BMAT
North American high school students may only apply to the 5 year BVetMed programme.
- High school students must apply via UCAS
- High school students are not required to sit the BMAT
For more information about North American applications to the RVC then please visit the North American Student webpage.