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The Royal Veterinary College
The Royal Veterinary College is a part of the federal University of London, and one of the world’s leading veterinarian schools. The veterinary school was founded in 1791 and officially joined the University of London in 1949. This makes the school the oldest veterinary school in the United Kingdom. The college offers a wide range of programs that are of international appeal and meant to attract all students who want to pursue a career in veterinary medicine in the UK. They offer a number of courses and degrees from a Bachelor’s degree to a PhD, in many different environments; students will have the choice to attend school on campus or via distance learning either full or part-time. This college is not only focused on teaching upcoming veterinarians, but they also have a large research segment of the school. The school ranks very high in the UK for its reputation and is known for producing international quality research. In 1999 this was named the first veterinary school in the United Kingdom to be accredited by the American Veterinary Medicine Association. In addition to the other portions of the college, one of the most important is the clinic section. The clinic treats over 20,000 patients per year that are both large and small. The college has three clinic locations that provide 24-hour care and a wonderful place for college students to complete their residencies.
The college brings together talented individuals that are interested in veterinary science, clinical and practical education. The college offers a broad range of tuitions that seem to be of international appeal and attract students locally and internationally. The college is based on two main campuses and provides support for the profession through three referral hospitals, development courses and diagnostic services.