The Foundation Degree in Veterinary Nursing is one of the most popular and prestigious courses that we offer at the College.
Now that you have submitted your application, it is important to do everything you can to; ensure that you have met the conditions of your offer, apply for loans or additional funds, apply for accommodation (if applicable) and prepare for your first day!
This page will provide you with additional information to support you on your journey to enrolment.
VN Presentation Document (PowerPoint)
We strongly recommend that you view this presentation, especially if you have not been able to attend an Applicant Day.
This PowerPoint presentation will give you an overview of the course structure as well as a reminder of the entry criteria and how your course placement will be supported as well as your obligations in relation to finding a place.
If you don't have PowerPoint on your home device, then follow this link to find out how to access your Microsoft Office 365 Account.
Your Work Experience
Many of you will still be trying to secure enough hours within an appropriate Veterinary Practice to fulfil the 160 hours of work experience criteria.
Please remember that it is your responsibility to ensure that the evidence has been received by the Admissions Office before the deadline stated on your Offer Letter.
It can be forwarded to us via post or email:
Postal Address: HE Admissions, Myerscough College, Bilsborrow, Preston, PR3 0RY
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any queries in relation to your work experience, you can contact us via the methods above or call 01995 642227.
Covid-19 Update - We understand that it may be difficult to achieve 160 hours of work experience at the moment, therefore any applicants that are unable to achieve the stated number of hours but are on course to meet all other entry criteria, may be selected to take part in an interview to assess their readiness for the course.
Support With Finding a Placement
We understand that finding a placement can be very stressful and daunting for a lot of students, so the Senior Placement Officer has created this guide to support you through the process.
Block Dates for HE
Select this link to see the timetables for all HE Veterinary Nursing routes starting in the 2020/2021 academic year.
Benefits of studying at Myerscough
- Once you have completed your degree, you will have the potential for fantastic employment opportunities. Last year, 100% of our Veterinary Nursing graduates progressed to employment or further study
- You will be part of a College that has one of the highest success rates for Veterinary Nursing courses in the country, with 96% achievement for Foundation Degree students and 100% for students who have "Topped-up" to the Honours Degree
- You will be graduating from a College that has a reputation for quality with practices throughout the country
The Course Handbook, Reading List and Definitive Document for your course have been emailed directly to you.
Enrolment information has not yet been confirmed but it will appear on the My Application Degree and Foundation Degree Full Time menu once it has become available.
For finance information, visit the HE Finance Page
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VN Exam info