Feedback from our students past and present.
I began my MSc Clinical Animal Behaviour journey in 2016 and qualified in November 2019. Having the option of doing the MSc course online was ideal for me as it meant I could pursue my passion in behaviour while working as a Registered Veterinary Nurse. Since qualifying I have gone on to publish my own behavioural article, with the help of my dissertation co-authors, present my results at the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) Online Congress and launch my own behaviour business (Let's Talk Behaviour) as well as work towards my full membership with the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC).
The qualification has opened a lot of doors for me professionally and given me the confidence to take on my own behaviour cases. The support and guidance I received throughout the MSc course was amazing. All of the lecturers were supportive and the course was easy to follow with assessments and online lectures. I honestly can't thank the team behind the MSc Clinical Animal Behaviour enough!