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Veterinary Physiotherapy

Plumpton College

UCAS Code: 242W | Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)

Entry requirements


A level

B,C,C

Must include A2 Biology and one other science subject.

A relevant Access to HE Diploma in Science.

GCSE/National 4/National 5

We expect a minimum of five GCSE’s, including Mathematics, English Language and a science, all at grade 4 or above (grade C or above under the A*-G system).

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

DMM

Level 3 Extended Diploma in Animal Management.

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104

About this course


Course option

3years

Full-time | 2024

Veterinary physiotherapists combine scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to provide treatment and rehabilitation for musculoskeletal conditions in animals, working to reduce pain, improve movement and restore normal muscle control and function.

Once perceived as an ‘extra’, veterinary physiotherapy has undergone a period of considerable growth over the last 10-15 years and practitioners now work in a range of settings – veterinary practices, veterinary therapy centres and independent practice – and always with the consent of a veterinary surgeon.

This degree introduces the methods and practices of veterinary physiotherapy, allowing you to become acquainted with the basic principles and practices.

Start your career in veterinary physiotherapy with this three-year belended degree.

1. Delivered via Blended learning which allows for flexible, affordable way of studying
2. Opportunity to receive the most current and up to date guidance within the field from an highly qualified teaching team, who remain practicing within Veterinary Physiotherapy
3. Opportunities to experience shadowing days with experts within the Veterinary Physiotherapy industry
4. Develop an in-depth knowledge of small animals and horses in therapies, treatments and rehabilitation
5. Students will develop an independence in their study skills resulting in a sound academic basis for further progression through post-graduate professional education and training with particular emphasis on the specialist veterinary physiotherapy and rehabilitation elements

Assessment methods

Assessment in each module may be by presentation, coursework, practical examination or written examination or a combination of the these. Each piece of assessment counts towards your final grade for the whole module.

Tuition fees

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England
£8,000
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Northern Ireland
£8,000
per year
Scotland
£8,000
per year
Wales
£8,000
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Plumpton College

Department:

Veterinary Nursing

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