Our Animal Management and Veterinary Nursing departments are involved in a wide range of research, such as the impact of visitor numbers on the cortisol levels of white rhino...
University Centre Sparsholt has a very strong provision for teaching and training Veterinary Nurses. Our teaching staff bring experience and expertise in all areas of animal work including vet nursing, health and welfare work as well as animal training.
Our purpose built Veterinary Nursing Centre boasts radiology, consultation preparation and theatre rooms and is stocked with all the equipment veterinary nurses use on a daily basis. In addition, our Animal Management Centre is stocked with a diverse and extensive range of animals that allows you to develop your practical animal handling and husbandry skills.
Veterinary Nursing Science – 2020 Applicants
If you currently hold an offer with us to study FdSc Veterinary Nursing Science commencing in Autumn 2020. A condition of your offer is that you provide evidence that you have completed 2 weeks of work experience within a veterinary practice.
Many of you will have already spent time in a veterinary practice and experienced the everyday life, and highs and lows of working with, and caring for animals. For those of you who may not yet have had this opportunity we urge you to consider these aspects to be sure that veterinary nursing is the most appropriate route for you and contact us if you would like to discuss alternative options.
In the current Covid 19 situation, we appreciate that it is likely to be very difficult to arrange and complete a work placement and we will be removing this condition from all of our offers for this degree programme.
Please contact the Admissions team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional queries relating to your application or offer at University Centre Sparsholt.
Veterinary Nursing and Animal Management Lecturer
“I graduated with a BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing Science in 2008 from Sparsholt College, qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2007 (NVQ 3) and am a registered Veterinary Nurse with the RCVS.”
Onsite, purpose built veterinary nursing approved centre with up to date technology and equipment; access to our animal management centre with 1250+ animals…