Summer Programs in Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences | University of Bristol

In July and August this year, the University of Bristol will be running two summer schools!

Destination Vet is for students aged 16+ who are considering a career in Veterinary Science or are currently studying a Veterinary or Pre-Veterinary degree. The Biomedical Sciences lab based summer school is aimed at students aged 18+ who are currently studying towards a degree in any Biomedical Science or subject allied to Medicine.

Each summer school gives students a chance to gain valuable practical experience and to get an insight into university life in the UK.

 

 

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Destination Vet Summer School

*      Entry requirements: applicants must be aged 16 or over, be interested in a degree in Veterinary Science or currently studying a subject related to Veterinary Science. Applicants must have a proficiency in Biology and Chemistry
*      English level: IELTS 6.5 overall with no less than 6 in any band
*      Application Deadlines: Application decisions will be made on a rolling basis with a final deadline of 30 April.
*      Programme Aims: Students will have a chance to see what it’s like to be a working vet through working with a range of animals including pets, farm animals, and more exotic species. The students will receive the experience, advice and information needed to successfully apply for a veterinary degree in the UK while also receiving guidance and coaching for interviews. Instruction will be carried out by the University of Bristol staff who teach using world class veterinary facilities.

 

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Biomedical Sciences Lab Summer School

*      Entry requirements: Applicants must be registered at a university in a biomedical sciences or related degree, be 18 or over and of good academic standing
*      English level: IELTS 6.5 overall with no less than 6 in any band
*      Application Deadlines: Application decisions will be made on a rolling basis with a final deadline of 30 April.
*      Programme Aims: Students will spend the majority of their time in the University of Bristol’s teaching labs conducting hands-on experiments. Experiments may focus on looking at drug interactions, physiological measurements from human simulators, and exploring the body using a virtual microscope. Students will also have the opportunity to design and analyse their own experiments giving them a taste of what’s required for a future career in research.

 

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