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RVC Animal Science degree recognised by the Society of Biology

7 October 2011
Society of Biology logoThe RVC's BSc Bioveterinary Sciences has been successfully recognised by the Society of Biology's Degree Recognition Scheme for two years from September 2011.

The Society of Biology www.societyofbiology.org is the leading professional body representing many of the learned societies and other organisations making up the diverse landscape of the biological sciences. Recognition automatically fulfil the educational requiements for Associate Membership (AMSB) of the Society. Graduates will be able to join the Society as Associate Members and, after suitable work experience, become full Members (MSB).

This is more good news for the BSc course after it's success in the recent National Student Survey - RVC Animal Science degree tops the league in recent NSS survey.

There will be an OpenDay for anyone who is interested in learning more about the BSc Bioveterinary Sciences programme on Wednesday 16th November - see RVC Open Days for more information and booking details.

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