You must meet the entry requirements to be considered as competition for places is high.
All grades must be obtained in one sitting and at the first attempt.
Candidates are required to take a sixth year and undertake Advanced Highers.
If Physics has not been studied to A level, a good pass at GCSE is required.
We do not accept General Studies or Critical Thinking as third subject.
Resits of AS level modules are acceptable. In order to be considered candidates must be predicted to gain our minimum entry requirements in A2 subjects. Only candidates who gain or are predicted to gain our minimum entry requirements within the normal 2-year period for A level examinations will be considered.
We can only consider the above combinations of subjects, because of strong competition for a limited number of places.
The University welcomes applicants offering the Cambridge Pre-U Diploma
The minimum entry requirement is 38 points. This must include:
If Physics does not form part of the IB Diploma, candidates must also provide evidence of a qualification at a minimum SQA standard Grade 2 or GCSE Grade B or equivalent in this subject.
Information on academic requirements for students with non UK qualifications can be found listed by country.
You will need to have sufficient work experience with animals to apply for this course.
To be considered for a place on the BVM&S, ALL UCAS candidates must complete a Work Experience Summary (WES) prior to the deadline of 1st November. Without the submission of a WES, applications will be considered incomplete.
If English is not your first language, you will also need to meet the University's required standard of English.
For UK applicants, the only minimum entry requirement at Standard Grade or GCSE is in English. You will need Standard Grade 3 or GCSE C grade.
You are not required to submit any supplemental application or sit any additional entrance test.
This article was published on May 21, 2015