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Old 20 Mar 19, 10:51 AM  
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Originally Posted by ChoppyGirl View Post
That sounds reassuring. Harper Keele is good for me as it is only about 90 minutes away from us in Worcester but as it is a completely new course for vetmed in 2020 there are no students to ask about the actual course itself which adds an element of doubt.
Things we asked on the open days might be helpful (you have probably thought of all these things yourself, apologies if so):
How is the curriculum taught?
What is a typical timetable?
What clinics do they have on site for rotations in your final years or are rotations all done in offsite in vet practices?
Are students able to intercalate if they wish (study abroad during their course)?
In what year do you begin your animal handling? (Cambridge only start in year 4 whereas Liverpool start from your very first term in year 1... this could be important as you need to start EMS in your first year to gain all your weeks and having Learned the correct procedures to handle will help enormously).
What vet based societies do they have/plan to have? Again this is important as you gain a lot of knowledge and contacts through these.
Hope this helps a little.
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