Veterinary Nursing and Applied Animal Behaviour - BSc (Hons)Anglia Ruskin University
£9.250 - (R$37.678)
- Bachelor's degree
- Cambridge (Reino Unido)
O que se aprende nesse curso?
Skills and Training
Veterinary science chemistry
Our four-year honours degree is accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and will give you the skills to register as a veterinary nurse when you graduate. As part of the course, you’ll get 70 weeks’ (2,450 hours) placement experience. And that means plenty of hands-on contact with animals.
Our course will prepare you for a rewarding career as a veterinary nurse, with options to work in many different places and with a wide range of animals. It’s approved by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour. When you graduate, you’ll have the skills you need to apply to register as a veterinary nurse with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
In class, you’ll get a solid grounding in scientific theory, with a focus on animal behaviour and welfare. Your choice of modules will affect the academic material you cover. By taking certain modules you’ll be on your way towards qualifying for the academic part of the new Pet Behaviour Counselling Award.
Your classes will be split between the College of West Anglia at Milton, near Cambridge, and Anglia Ruskin’s campus in the city centre. You’ll attend around 12 hours of classes per week, across two semesters per year.
You should have a genuine interest in the health and welfare of animals, and be a good communicator who enjoys working as part of a team. You should also have a clear understanding of the range of practical work done in veterinary practices, so it would be helpful if you’ve done some relevant work experience before applying.