Published: 15 August 2014

Why study Veterinary Medicine & Science at Surrey?

Top five reasons to join our School of Veterinary Medicine.

There are many reasons to join the University of Surrey's new School of Veterinary Medicine. Here are just five:

Be part of a pioneering new vet school

As only the second new vet school in the UK for 65 years, Surrey is doing things differently. Learn more about our groundbreaking research and new five-year Veterinary Medicine and Science degree.

Join our vibrant, multidisciplinary university community

Home to students of all disciplines, our campus offers a complete student experience, with everything - from a state-of-the-art Library and Learning Centre to a wide range of social and sports facilities - on site. Guildford town centre is only a short walk away, and London is less than 35 minutes by train.

Take our virtual campus tour to learn more.

Be inspired by our academics and partners

From experts in clinical practice to leaders in research and the food industry, the School of Veterinary Medicine is home to a wide range of academic expertise and works with a diverse range of partners, all passionate about teaching the next generation of vets.

Learn why 'The Supervet' Professor Noel Fitzpatrick is proud to be part of our School.

Study in brand new, purpose-built facilities

Our £45m School of Veterinary Medicine buildings include dedicated teaching spaces, breakout rooms, research and teaching laboratories and world-class veterinary clinical skills centres.

See photos of the School.

Explore how veterinary science should help address the global challenges of the 21st century

Our Veterinary Medicine and Science degree programme will train veterinary professionals with a global perspective and spirit of scientific enquiry, and enhance your opportunity to join a profession at the centre of the response to global issues concerning animal and public health.

Learn more about our Veterinary Medicine and Science degree and the Surrey student experience.

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