The Bristol Veterinary School is based in the Faculty of Medical and Veterinary Sciences and consequently enjoys comparative educational and research links with the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry.
The breadth of the School's teaching and research interests enables it to offer a range of veterinary-related degree courses.
A taught MSc in Meat Science and Technology is also available. Teaching is provided by departments in the Schools of Medicine and Biological Sciences in Bristol, as well as the School of Clinical Veterinary Science at Langford.
The School occupies two sites. One is located at Southwell Street on the Bristol campus and is the focus for preclinical and basic science teaching. The following departments contribute to Veterinary Science and related programmes:
The second site is the School of Clinical Veterinary Science (Langford House) which is situated 14 miles south of the City and is the base for clinical teaching and welfare research. Langford Veterinary Services operates the animal hospitals and first opinion veterinary practices for the University.
Bristol welcomes applications from suitably qualified sixth formers, graduates, mature and overseas students. Opportunities are also available for studying higher degrees by research.
A number of continuing education courses are available for veterinary graduates throughout the year.