Anatomy and development disorders: Year 12 Veterinary Medicine taster session
Calling all future vets!
In this taster session on health issues caused by animal anatomy, first-year Veterinary Medicine student Bella will talk about why veterinary care is often about helping owners too, even though animal welfare is your top priority. Using the example of urinary incontinence, she’ll speak about the underlying development disorders which cause abnormal anatomy, how this differs from normal anatomy, what we can do to treat animals like this, and why we may want to.
This taster session is for Year 12 students, from UK state schools, who will be applying to university in the next academic year (2021-22). It's ideal for students looking to apply for Veterinary Medicine courses at highly selective universities. We'll give priority to students from our link areas in Tyne and Wear, Brent, Ealing, Westminster and Peterborough, but we hope to be able to accommodate everyone who applies.
To register for the taster session, please click the button below and fill out our registration form.