The fees for home and EU students on the Graduate Entry Veterinary Science programme will now be £9000 per annum. The decision to reduce the fee level was made in March 2013 following guidance from HEFCE. Please be aware that graduate students are not eligible for a student loan.
Tuition fees and starting at Bristol http://www.bristol.ac.uk/academicregistry/
Studying as a mature student http://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/mature/
Previously graduates could apply for unit exemptions for years 1 and 2 with subsequent reductions in course fees however this is not possible under the new spiral curriculum starting in 2013. The outline of the new curriculum for years 1 and 2 is below
Animal Health Science
This encompasses and integrates the traditional science disciplines of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry with an emphasis on clinical relevance. Year 1 and part of year 2
Units on communication skills, professional conduct, ethics and the law, business management, health and safety, and learning, study and investigation in each year.
Animal Husbandry, Welfare and One Health
First and second year units on Animal Management, Husbandry, Welfare, Veterinary Public Health and Global and One Health.
This encompasses and integrates the disciplines of Immunology, Pathology, Parasitology, Microbiology and Pharmacology, which are primarily taught in Year 2.