Our new School of Veterinary Medicine is the first of its kind in Lancashire and one of only two in the north of England.
We’re creating a new generation of highly employable veterinary medicine professionals. You will be industry-ready and have a strong commitment to animal welfare.
Our courses will give you the skills and experience you need to have a successful career. You’ll have access to our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment at Preston Campus. And, we’re one of the first UK Universities to use virtual dissection tables (Anatomage Table).
Why choose us to study Veterinary Medicine?
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Discover our Veterinary Medicine courses
Meet the team
Heather is a veterinary surgeon with extensive experience of veterinary practice across a range of sectors including private practice, charity work and academia. Heather has worked in the UK and internationally and has a particular interest in veterinary skills training, clinical…
Leanne teaches across both of our Foundation and BSc Bio veterinary science courses, with a focus on underpinning scientific principles and animal husbandry and welfare. Leanne is looking forward to welcoming students onto the Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery course fr…
Explore our vet facilities
We're one of the first UK Universities to use Anatomage Tables in our Veterinary Medicine teaching.
Our facilities plan
We're building a set of state-of-the-art set facilities for our veterinary medicine courses.
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Frequently asked questions
Student living costs
Considering university and concerned about finances? We're the most affordable uni in the country according to The Times (2023). Discover how to manage your finances and explore the support available.Visit our cost of living support hub
Your future in veterinary medicine
Our courses prepare you for further study in vet and life sciences. They'll also prepare you to enter the field of veterinary medicine or advance your career.
Studying veterinary medicine could lead to a future career as a:
- Veterinary surgeon
- Animal nutritionist
- Research scientist (life sciences)
- Environmental consultant
Thinking about applying to study veterinary medicine at the University of Central Lancashire? We have put together some guidance to help you with your application.
Widening participation is at the core of our mission. We firmly believe in helping people to seize every opportunity to flourish in education.
There’s something special about living in university accommodation, especially if it’s your first time away from home. With a wide range of accommodation options, we'll help you find the right place for you.
At university, you'll make friends for life, explore your potential and discover new passions. There are plenty more reasons why you'll love living in Preston too.
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