We are committed to ensuring fair access onto our programmes.
We give equal consideration to all candidates who submit their application by the required deadline and meet all academic requirements.
We assess and score each application individually by two criteria. We give equal weight to both academic results (achieved or predicted) and non-academic qualities. We place applications in rank order and make offers made to those with the highest scores.
Successful applicants are likely to have scored very highly in both academic and non-academic criteria. As a result of the level of competition for a small number of places, many high quality applicants are unsuccessful.
Due to pressure on places each year, the Admissions Committee will only consider two consecutive applications from candidates. Third applications will not normally be considered.
Mature applicants and applicants with non-standard qualifications are considered individually. We advise these candidates to contact us before formally applying.
Applications from LEAPS and other Access candidates who may be from a disadvantaged background are encouraged and are considered individually.
Any applicants with criminal convictions will be referred to a University committee, which considers such cases before any decisions are taken.
We support the University's guidelines on applications from disabled students.
Veterinary Medicine is, however, a practical subject and students must able to handle and examine all animals safely and humanely, and to ensure the safety of themselves and involved personnel.
Candidates will be considered individually and reasonable adjustments will be considered.
Applicants who have health problems or a disability, which may have an impact on their ability to carry out these or any other practical procedures, are invited to discuss this in confidence with us before making a formal application.
Unsuccessful applicants can request feedback on the outcome of their applications via the EUCLID Portal or by contacting the Admissions Offiice directly.
If your application has not been successful, you can download documentation which may be helpful in explaining our decision regarding your application.
Following feedback, unsuccessful applicants may also wish to appeal against their outcome in certain circumstances, or to register a complaint.
This article was published on Feb 19, 2013