The Graduate Diploma in Professional and Clinical Veterinary Nursing has one in-take each year, usually starting in May. Modules run consecutively and there are breaks for Christmas, Easter (2 weeks each) and in the summer (6 weeks).The pre-requisite bridging short-course, Contemporary Study Skills, includes a compulsory Orientation Week held at the Royal Veterinary College Hawkshead Campus in Potters Bar in early June. For more information about exact dates each year, please email: email@example.com.
|Pre-requisite bridging short-course||Begins||Finishes|
|Contemporary Study Skills – 7 weeks||May||July|
Core modules – Year One
|Evidence-Based Veterinary Nursing – 14 weeks||September||December|
|Problem Solving in Veterinary Physiology – 14 weeks||December||March|
|Professional Studies – 10 weeks||Following May||Following July|
Elective modules – Year Two
|Elective Module One – 14 weeks||September||December|
|Elective Module Two – 14 weeks||December||March|
|Elective Module Three – 14 weeks||April||July|
Please note: Elective modules will run subject to minimal (and maximum) numbers. Students will be informed before the commencement of the module in the event of a particular module choice not being available to them.