The Faculty of Health Sciences is made up of Bristol Dental School, Bristol Medical School, Bristol Veterinary School and the School of Anatomy. We understand that the thought of entering these fields can be daunting, but we're committed to making sure that people of all backgrounds are represented in our faculty. To find out more about how you could go on to study these subjects at university level, why not get involved in one of our Widening Participation schemes below?
Pathways to Health Sciences
Pathways to Health Sciences offers local Year 12 students the opportunity to attend a series of workshops at the university to discover more about what it's like to study Dentistry, Medicine or Veterinary Sciences at the University of Bristol.
Venture into Vet
For students in year 10 and 11, the Venture into Vet scheme focuses on the varied careers available to vet students, as well as offering insight into pathways into vet school.
Interested in organising a School visit, or need more information?
Sutton Trust Summer School
Sutton Trust UK Summer Schools give you the chance to spend a week exploring medicine at the University of Bristol and experience what university life is really like.
Insight Into Bristol Summer School
Insight into Bristol summer schools are a great opportunity for students from a diverse range of backgrounds to experience the University of Bristol through a residential summer school.
WP Vet Schools Network National Virtual Visit 2023
Are you interested in becoming a vet but are not sure what the next steps are? Come and explore some of the UK's vet schools at this year’s National Virtual Vet Taster. At this event, we’ll have from representatives from seven of the UK’s vet schools all in one place! You’ll get the chance to hear from current vet students about their experiences and ask the questions that really matter to you. If you’re curious about what university life is really like for current students, this is your chance to ask them all about topics such as student life, courses, societies, work experience and why they chose to be a vet.