Course info

UCAS CODE D900
This three-year programme will provide students with a wide knowledge of biological and animal sciences, practical techniques and transferable skills for careers allied to veterinary science, scientific research, conservation, animal welfare and the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. The programme contains bespoke modules in Bioveterinary Science, in topics such as animal husbandry, veterinary form and function, veterinary parasitology and public health and veterinary epidemiology.... READ MORE

Key stats

Uni rankings

Whatuni student ranking
Whatuni student ranking
These are the 2014 rankings, based on ratings given by past and current students.
14 / 100
Times ranking
Times ranking
Source: Times Good University Guide 2015
36th
Times subject ranking
Times subject ranking
Source: Times Good University Guide 2015
6th

Duration

Full Time
3 years
Start date
SEP-15

Animal Science

Drop-out rate
Drop-out rate
The percentage of students who didn't finish the course.
Source: KIS, 2013

2:1 or above
2:1 or above
The percentage of students who graduated with a 2:1 degree or better.
Source: KIS, 2013

Employment rate
Employment rate
The percentage of students in full-time work 6 months after finishing their course.
Source: KIS, 2013

Modules

How you're assessed
How you're assessed
Source: KIS, 2013

64% EXAM
28% Course work
7% Practical work

Entry requirements
Entry requirements
The minimum grades (and in some cases the subjects) you'll need to get on to this course.

(Typical UCAS points ABB (SQA Advanced Higher: ABB))

Exams Grades / Points Detailed entry requirements
A Level ABB Min. units required: 3. Min. units preferred: 3. Biology and Any Science subject. Subjects excluded: General Studies.
SQA Advanced Higher ABB Contact Institution
Tariff Points 320 N/A

Application rate
Application rate
The percentage of total applicants that actually get offered a place on the course.
Source: KIS, 2013

212 Total applicants (2013)
183 Successful applicants (2013)
= 50
APPLICANT
SUCCESS RATE

Previous study
Previous study
The most common A-levels taken by students who end up studying this subject at uni.
Source: KIS, 2013

Animal Science

Top 5 A-levels taken by students who study this subject at uni
Biology
110%
Chemistry
92%
Mathematics
45%
General Studies
26%
Chemistry B (Salters)
24%

Tuition fees

Home Fees
Home Fees
This is the fee you pay if the uni is in the same country that you live in (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland).


Full Time
£9,000
per year

Rest of UK fees
Rest of UK fees
This is the fee you pay if the uni is outside the country you live in (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland).


Full Time
£9,000
per year

EU fees
EU fees
The amount you’ll pay if you come to study here from somewhere in the EU.


Full Time
£9,000
per year

International fees
International fees
The amount you’ll pay if you come to study here from a country outside the EU.


Full Time
£16,800
per year
Times ranking
36th
Student rating
(4.1)
The University of Liverpool is a world leading Russell Group research university. We are ranked in the top 1% of world universities and our tradition of innovation includes a legacy of nine Nobel Laureates. Here your teaching is informed by the latest research, strengthening your future prospects. Study here, and rather than be spoon-fed your learning, you'll be challenged to think beyond the textbook, the lecture or the lab, take what you learn from some of the greatest minds in their fields and apply your learning to the world around you. Our university is everywhere, from our Chinese joint venture university to our Arctic research stations, American exchanges to the internet home of our online programmes.

Where you'll study

University of Liverpool

School of Dentistry
University of Liverpool Pembroke Place
Liverpool
Merseyside
L3 5PS United Kingdom Nearest train station: Liverpool Lime Street  0.3 miles away

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