Royal Veterinary College of London
, London, United Kingdom
Overview

Founded in 1791 before becoming part of The University of London in 1949, The Royal Veterinary College is the oldest English-speaking veterinary school in the English-speaking world.

Following the National Student Survey, The Royal Veterinary College was ranked second in London and eighth in the UK for student satisfaction. In the prestigious QS World University Rankings, the College was crowned the top UK and European vet school and third in the world.

Popular courses include VetMed, Bioveterinary Sciences and Veterinary Nursing, while a wide-ranging number of postgraduate courses such as Control of Diseases in Animals, Livestock Health and Production, Veterinary Epidemiology, Veterinary Epidemiology, and Public Health, Wild Animal Biology, Wild Animal Health, and Veterinary Education are also available. An equine clinic and referral hospital, farm animal centre, post-mortem halls are available for students to use.



University Statistics
Student satisfaction score
87.16%
Average graduate salary
N/A
% of graduates in work or further study
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Location

The Royal Veterinary College has two campuses. First and second-year students are based in London, while third year and postgraduate students will be based in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire.

Student Guide

We support students each year in undertaken exceptional opportunities to further their learning and to develop their career prospects. Many of these opportunities involve travel or spending an extended period of time on location; something that can be difficult to afford for many students.

Funds are awarded throughout the year to ensure that students are able to take on these challenges and expand their learning.