We are thrilled that you are considering studying Veterinary Nursing at the RVC. We offer unbeatable training and experience for undergraduate veterinary nurses. You will learn from inspiring and enthusiastic experts and benefit from a hands-on learning environment where you will master all the essential nursing skills and techniques, and have opportunities to further your development.
Both the BSc and the FdSc course will follow the same curriculum in the first three years of study. The FdSc students will complete their course after three years and graduate as a qualified veterinary nurse. If you are studying for the BSc, you will continue studying an additional year in which you will complete a research project in an area of your choice and graduate with the BSc qualification after this fourth year.
A Day in the Life
What is meant by blended learning?
Across your RVC handbooks, you may have seen the term ‘blended leaning approach’ being used and may wonder what this means. Here’s how it works:
Throughout the Veterinary Nursing course, the RVC utilises the blended learning approach, intended to improve accessibility, allow the space for question asking, effective revision and independent thinking.
At the RVC, we value our student feedback and are constantly working hard to ensure that you have the best possible experience. In 2023, 94% of RVC students declared themselves satisfied with the quality of their course, the highest level amongst all UK universities. Here is what our current students have to say about their life at the RVC:
Important Dates for Veterinary Nursing Offer Holders
We understand that receiving so much information can feel overwhelming, especially if you are in the middle of your studies. To help simplify the process, we have created an interactive timeline to help you understand the deadlines between now and the beginning of your studies at the RVC.