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Our BVSci Veterinary Science degree began accepting applications on 5 July for those wishing to start in the 2024 academic year.

SRUC’s Veterinary training programme (Bachelor of Veterinary Science, BVSci) will enter clearing on the 5th of July 2024. Whilst all the quality assessments for SRUC’s application for taught degree awarding powers are complete, issues surrounding the change of First Minister in Scotland and the ongoing UK parliamentary elections, have resulted in a delay to SRUC receiving UK Privy Council and Scottish Government confirmation of an in-force date.

Thus, the SRUC BVSci Veterinary Science degree will enter UCAS clearing with the intention of registering students onto the programme in October/early November 2024. Students who are successful in their application following interview, will be contacted directly to confirm their start date.

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Entry requirements and more details about the course can be found by visiting the main course catalogue, but please return to this page to apply/enquire.

If you have any questions or need help, please email us at svmadmissions@sruc.ac.uk or phone 01224 711038 during office hours.

How to apply

A larger format PDF version of this flow chart can be downloaded here. 

 

  • If you have already applied through UCAS and are not holding an offer, please add the BVSci course as a clearing choice through your account on UCAS

  • If you have not already applied in the UCAS 2024/25 cycle or are holding another offer through UCAS, please complete the Clearing Enquiry form.

The SRUC Admissions Team will review the information you have submitted and get back to you with the next steps.

Here is a link to the Clearing Enquiry form for BVSci Veterinary Science.

 

A reminder that the above applies to 2024’s intake only. Applications for September 2025 should proceed “as normal” via UCAS by the October deadline.

Additional information required

Additional information will also be required as your application progresses. Here's what you need to know:

These applications are ranked by the SRUC admissions team, which includes SVM academic staff. 
If you are successful in the initial written application, you will also be invited for an interview which this year will be held online. Interviews will not begin until week commencing 15th July.

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