Bioveterinary Science BSc (Hons)
University of Liverpool, Liverpool


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Rank 14 th / 28 for Anatomy and Physiology

Rank 5 th / 7 for Veterinary Medicine

UK fees £9000 per year Study mode Full Time
UCAS code D900 Duration 3 years
Qualification BSc (Hons) Start date SEP-15

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Typical Grades

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.
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28%

course work

7%

Practical work

64%

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Finance

£9000

UK FEES

£23108

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On-Campus accommodation

£3,458-£7,350

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Where?

University of Liverpool
School of Dentistry
University of Liverpool Pembroke Place
Liverpool
Merseyside
L3 5PS
United Kingdom

Nearest station: 0.3 miles away

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Your qualification

Graduates with a 2:1 or above

This data refers to Bioveterinary Science BSc (Hons)

95%
Enrolled students who continued after year one

This data refers to Bioveterinary Science BSc (Hons)

95%

Graduate prospects

% of graduates in employment or further study

This data refers to Bioveterinary Science BSc (Hons)

85%

Previous study

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As students will study more than one A level, the percentages for previous subjects studied will add up to more than 100%.

A-levels taken by students who study this subject

1 Biology 110%
2 Chemistry 92%
3 Mathematics 45%
4 General Studies 26%
5 Chemistry B (Salters) 24%
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  • 67 : 33UK: International
  • 67 : 33Undergraduate : Postgraduate
  • 83 : 17School Leavers : Mature students
  • 5,020Number of students

Graduate prospects

  • 84% % in job or further study

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