The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies

MSc Clinical Animal Behaviour

The MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour launched in 2016 using the University of Edinburgh’s award winning online learning environments.

About the programme

Details about the MSc Clinical Animal Behaviour

Studying online

The programme will use the University’s award winning online learning environments, which includes video podcasts, web based discussion forums and expert tuition.

How to apply

Apply for the MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour via the course and degree finder. Please note that applications for 2020/2021 have now closed but we are currently accepting applications for a September 2021 start

Fees and funding

Information on the fees and funding options for this programme.

Postgraduate Professional Development

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Postgraduate Professional Development is a new way of learning from The College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, aimed at working professionals who want to advance their knowledge through a postgraduate-level course, without the time- or financial-commitment of a full Masters, Diploma or Certificate.

Why study with us?

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R(D)SVS was the first UK veterinary school to offer an on-campus Applied Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare Masters in 1990, and has continued to deliver exceptional animal behaviour and welfare teaching throughout, both on-campus and online.

Virtual Open Day

If you're interested in studying online with us, join our Online Learning Open Day on 10th November 2021.