Students from Malaysia
As the UK's oldest and largest veterinary school, the RVC provides students from around the world with an excellent veterinary education. Our Veterinary Medicine degree is recognised by the Malaysian Veterinary Council, allowing students to practice as veterinary surgeons in Malaysia upon graduation. Accreditation by both the RCVS and the AVMA also mean that our graduates can practice in the EU, North America and beyond.
For full details on the courses on offer at the RVC, please visit our undergraduate pages.
All applications should be made via UCAS. The deadline for applications to the Veterinary Medicine programme is 15 October; for all other courses the deadline is 15 January. Please http://www.ucas.com/how-it-all-works/international for more information on applying through UCAS.
AAA-AAB Principal Level passes including grade A in Chemistry and Biology
5 grades A-C at Subsidiary Level including A in Dual Award Science and at least a B in English, Maths and Physics
|IB||766 at Higher Level including Chemistry and Biology|
Further information on entry requirements to the BVetMed is available here.
Applicants require a minimum of four weeks' work experience. Two weeks must be in a veterinary practice, with a further two weeks in a different animal-related environment (such as rescue centres, zoos, farms, animal charities or stables).
For a list of veterinary practices that are willing to accept work experience students please click here. Please note that this list is not exhaustive so it is still worth contacting practices who are not listed.
BSc Bioveterinary Sciences
|STPM||BBB at Principal Level including Chemistry plus Biology, Maths or Physics|
|IB||555 at High Level including Chemistry plus Biology, Maths or Physics.|
Fees for 2014/15 are £25,000 per year for the Veterinary Medicine (BVetMed) programme, £13,820 per year for the BSc Biological Sciences or Bioveterinary Sciences and £12,240 per year for our Veerinary Nursing programmes.
International Scholarships now available
The RVC offers three scholarships for international students entering our BVetMed programme. Each scholarship is to the value of £4,000 p.a. and is based on your performance during the admissions process (taking into account your interview scores, previous academic performance and your application as a whole).
The RVC also offers two scholarships for international students entering our BSc in Bioveterinary Sciences programme. These scholarships are to the value of £4,600 p.a. and is based on your performance during the admissions process (taking into account previous academic performance and your application as a whole).
Decisions for all scholarships will be made once our International admissions process has been completed, and all of our offers have been made. You will be informed if any additional paperwork needs to be submitted.
Please find below some helpful links for international students:
- Visa Information
- Malaysia veterinary information
- Malaysia Veterinary Association
- Malaysian Small Animal Veterinary Association www.msava.org
- University of London Student Services
- Living/studying in London
- Other useful websites
The RVC visits Malaysia at least once a year to speak to prospective students and applicants in person. For details of future visits, please email Chris Hobson firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please read the information on our website carefully. If you have any questions that are not answered here please feel free to contact the Admissions Office at:
Telephone: +44 20 7468 5146
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- BSc Biological Sciences
- BSc Biological Sciences - 4 year course
- BSc Bioveterinary Sciences
- BSc Bioveterinary Sciences - 4 year course
- BVetMed Veterinary Medicine
- Graduate Accelerated BVetMed
- BVetMed with Intercalated BSc Year
- Veterinary Gateway
- Foundation Vet Nursing
- BSc Vet Nursing
- Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Nursing
- Comparative Pathology (Intercalated)
- Bioveterinary Sciences (Intercalated)
- Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security