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

What's this course about?

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. Students also choose modules available in the School of Life Sciences, which include animal biodiversity, developmental biology, biodiversity practical skills, comparative animal physiology, animal behaviour and conservation biology. There are several options available each year allowing the student to tailor their degree to fit with their strengths, interests and career aspirations. In the final year, all students have the opportunity to carry out an extended research project of their choice with an active research group.

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Entry requirements

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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How you're assessed?

Totals may add up to more than 100% as a result of rounding


28%

course work

7%

Practical work

64%

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Finance

£9000

UK FEES

£16800

INTERNATIONAL FEES

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22 scholarships available

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On-Campus accommodation

£3,458-£7,350

Per year

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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  • 98 : 2Full time: Part time
  • 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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