Are you keen to study vet science at university?
Would you like advice on making your vet school application stand out head and shoulders above the rest?
If so, Getting into Veterinary School is the book for you, full of essential information that can secure your place at the veterinary school of your choice. From deciding whether a career as a vet is right for you and ensuring you choose the right A levels to creating a winning personal statement on your UCAS application and performing brilliantly at interview, you'll find everything you need to know about the veterinary science admissions process inside this eighth, fully updated edition of Getting into Veterinary School.
Packed full of expert advice and insider tips, as well as information on current issues facing the vet profession (including animal welfare, recent epidemics and changes in farming regulations), Getting into Veterinary School will give you a head–start in one of the most competitive application processes in the UK. Getting into Veterinary School also contains a look towards your vet career with information on specialisation and salary - as well as details of alternative careers of relevant interest - ensuring you are fully equipped to convey your dedication and passion for veterinary science to the admissions tutors.
Founded in 1973, MPW, a group of independent sixth-form colleges, has one of the highest number of university placements each year of any independent school in the UK and has developed considerable expertise in the field of applications strategy. They author the Getting Into guides which explain the application procedures for many popular university subjects, as well as the best-selling How To Complete Your UCAS Application.
Also available in the Getting Into series:
- Getting Into Art & Design Courses
- Getting Into Business & Economics Courses
- Getting Into Dental School
- Getting Into Engineering Courses
- Getting Into Law
- Getting Into Medical School
- Getting Into Oxford & Cambridge
- Getting Into Physiotherapy Courses
- Getting Into Psychology Courses