The RVC is a brilliant university to study at- the motto work hard play harder definitely sums up life at RVC. We are studying one of the most university intense courses and have worked so hard to get a space to study vet medicine, yet we always find plenty of time to let our hair down as well, whether that be partying or playing sport, or sightseeing, with the whole of London on our doorsteps there is no way we can get bored! RVC has a great sense of community between all year groups, combined with lectures from European and worldwide specialists and the accolade of being the oldest and biggest vet school in the UK!
A degree from the RVC is unique in that it is AVMA accredited- the degree is recognised in America. The degree is also transferrable elsewhere around the world, Australia, New Zealand.
Course and Lecturers
Lecturers of very high standards in terms of specialisms, and a lot of contact time per week in form of lectures, group work and practicals.
student-run bars on both campuses with cheap student drinks deals. good support from the su and variety of sports socieities
London's awesome. And that's coming from me- a country bumpkin at heart. Not as expensive as everyone makes out if you go to student nights. travel is so easy and pretty cheap
Clubs and Societies
Having said what you have said would you recommend your uni?
Irish girls are best eye candy in the uni LOL. Ive really enjoyed uni life here there are so many nice peole ive made loads of mates in around uni, life I so good here my course is cool my teachers are all really good
I really love uni life, enjoy learning new things and meeting new people. it is a fun place to learn and a safe environment. I like that it is fairly small as you can count on lecturers to help and guide you. Settled in fast and love it even more each day.
I think that this is a really Good little uni, lots of opportunities however organisation is not always good - timetabling is sometimes an issue. Other then that I would certainly recommend this to future students
I have found fom studying here that there is Really supportive staff and a beautiful campus. Use the library from the beginning to do you work or when term 3 comes you will struggle! But I would certainly recommend it