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Royal Veterinary College, University of London

Veterinary Medicine BVetMed
OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 22 Feb 15

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!

Lily

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 04 Apr 14

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.

Caoimhe

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 04 Apr 14

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

Thomas

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 04 Apr 14

I actually cant believe it theres Even hot girls on the Politics course! Its such a crazy uni I love it so much! The food is here is so yummy I love it! I love all my friends I have made and my course is wicked!

laura

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

Veterinary Nursing BSc (Hons)
OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 18 Aug 11

Veterinary Nursing (both BSc and FdSc) are ran along side each other at the Hawkshead campus, near Potters Bar in Hertfordshire. The Hawkshead campus is home to the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals (QMHA) and is the largest and a most highly regarded small animal referral teaching hospital in the UK.
Despite living in the middle of nowhere when you're on campus, life isn't too shabby! There is plenty to investigate for those who like to explore in the countryside and for those who prefer the city life, London can be reached in 20mins on the train.

The nurses pretty much get the run of the Hawkshead campus, as most of the Vet courses are ran at the Camden campus. You may occasionally have contact if you're at the QMHA (or if you meet the rugby team in the bar on campus... But that's another story...)

My most important piece of advice would be to attend Freshers! It is the start of your social life at uni and a guaranteed good time! Also, don't count on your student loans going in on the day it's planned... It doesn't always happen.

Kym134

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

Bioveterinary Sciences BSc (Hons)
OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 05 May 10

I would definately pick this university if I had to make the choice again as everything is brilliant. Lecturers are interesting and more importantly interested in their subjects. The university itself is good and the social side is well organised and very active. There is a distinct lack of males for those who are coming to meet people but as we are part of the university of London, you can socialise with other students from different courses to meet guys. I definately adivse going round the accomadation choices before hand because that is the only thing I would do differently. I currently live in Mary Brackner House which is the offical halls but is run by the company UNITE who I would now avoid like the plague. Apart from that I would completely recommend the Royal Veterinary College to anyone who wanted to study an animal based course.

daniel

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 28 Apr 09

yes, be yourself! most univessity students are very tolerant.

Anonymous

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

Bioveterinary Sciences BSc (Hons)
OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 15 May 08

Brilliant lecturers and the research projects are an excellent opportunity to impress future employers so make the most of them. The riding club is brilliant fun so get involved if you're interested in horses

Joe

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 04 Apr 14

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

Elizabeth

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING 04 Apr 14

this uni is so Friendly and Is a very welcoming place to be with lecturers always willing to help whenever you need them! They are always there to help you be the best you can at what you do!

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