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How to Apply to the Veterinary Medicine Course

General Information

Information for prospective students in Veterinary Medicine at Cambridge can be found on the following webpages:

Your health while at Cambridge

We make every effort to support students with disabilities and we work closely with students, Occupational Health and the Disability Resources Centre to ensure that students are not disadvantaged. If you have a medical condition or disability that you think may affect your fitness to practise as a doctor, or that you think may be difficult to accommodate, then your should contact Occupational Health or the Disability Resource Centre for confidential advice before applying.

There are a variety of sources of support for students within Colleges, the wider University and externally. In your College, these include tutors, directors of studies, supervisors, student mentors, nurses and chaplains. The University also hosts a Counselling Service.

Disclosure and Barring Service

All offers of a place to study Veterinary Medicine for UK students will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) Check. You will be sent the relevant forms to complete if you are offered a place. Overseas students will be asked to provide similar evidence as available.

Your arrival at Cambridge

Once you have accepted an offer to study Veterinary Medicine at Cambridge, you will receive information from your College and from the Faculty of Biology to prepare your arrival. Visit our freshers webpages to know more about how to prepare and what to expect during your first week.