University Subject Tables 2017
Studying Veterinary Medicine concerns the treatment of animals. A typical undegraduate degree lasts five years but the professional futures for graduates are fruitful with opportunity. Whether your interests lie with pets or parasites, the subject is a hugely vast area – take a look at the table below to see which universities rank the best for the subject.
Veterinary Medicine — Scotland
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For the second time, the University of Edinburgh has come second in this top three. Edinburgh has the second highest Entry Standards required (an average of 555 UCAS points), and one of the best Graduate Prospects (97%).
The course at Edinburgh prepares students for many aspects of Veterinary Medicine, with many graduates working within the profession all across the globe.
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The University of Glasgow may have topped this League Table for three consecutive years from 2012 to 2014, but this year sits at a comfortable third place. Glasgow has the best Research Quality out of all the UK universities that offer a course in Veterinary Medicine, with a score of 3.37/4.00.
The course is five years long, and the uni boasts being one of only four Vet Schools in Europe to have achieved accredited status for its undergraduate programmes from the American Veterinary Medical Association.
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The maximum scores for the measures shown are as follows:
- Entry Standards: No maximum
- Student Satisfaction: 5.00
- Research Quality: 4.00
- Graduate Prospects: 100
- Overall Score: 100.0
All measures used to compile the tables are available on the full table.