Animal health science is a fascinating area of study and when you study Bioveterinary Science with us, you will enhance your knowledge of the diagnosis, prevention and management of health issues within animals through practical learning.
Why you should study Bioveterinary Science at WUC...
You will have the opportunity to obtain Home Office PIL A and B, accredited by the Royal Society of Biology, making you much more employable as a graduate.
You will have the opportunity to complete a Royal Society of Biology Project Management training course in Year 4.
You will get access to the latest Bioveterinary Science equipment - including a CatalystOne® blood analyser and a scanning IR spectrophotometer.
During the first year of study you will become a Student Member of the Royal Society of Biology and, upon graduation, will be upgraded to Associate Member, entitling you to use the AMRSB postnominals.
Our students have the opportunity to undertake an industrial work experience placement in year three and will undertake an independent research project in year four.
Agenda Resource Management, which specialises in placing highly competent, security-cleared facility managers and directors, animal technicians and support staff within organisations in the UK and Europe, helps you to find work placements as part of this course.
You will research into the diagnosis, prevention and management of health issues in animals.
You will be taught by a range of skilled scientists and clinicians with extensive experience of animal disease and research.
You will be able to build on basic scientific principles to develop an advanced knowledge and understanding of the animal both in health and disease, and will be able to accurately apply practical laboratory and/or field skills and diagnostic techniques.
You will gain professional skills in research, investigation and advanced practice, which will equip you for a high level career in that field.