Entry will require a Veterinary Nursing qualification and prior study at degree level.
Months of entry
Course contentIt is designed as a series of three module postgraduate certificates, though most will be available as stand alone modules (please see Course Structure for proposed modules).
Successful completion of two sets of modules (i.e. 6 modules) will lead to an award of a postgraduate diploma and it is intended that 180 credits will lead to an MSc in Veterinary Nursing. Entry will require a Veterinary Nursing qualification and prior study at degree level.
It is not yet certain which of the certificates will be offered in the first year - that will depend upon demand. Delivery will be by blended learning; a combination of days on-site at Harper Adams for keynote lectures, seminars and practical classes, and distance learning supported by the electronic Learning Hub. VNs currently studying the Dip AVN are enjoying this flexible method of delivery.
PgC for UK and European Students = £ 2,500 p/a
PgC for Overseas Students = £4,250 p/a
PgD for UK and European Students = £5,000 p/a
PgD for Overseas Students = £8,500 p/a
MSc for UK and European Students = £7,500
MSc for Overseas Students = £10,000
PgD Veterinary Physiotherapy for UK and European Students = £8,400
PgD Veterinary Physiotherapy for Overseas Students = £15.000
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy for UK and European Students = £9,900
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy for Overseas Studnets = 17,050
Postgraduate Research Courses for UK and European Students = £5,750
Postgraduate Research Courses for Overseas Students = £11,500
Information for international students
IELTS 6.5 overall (least 5.5 in each of the 4 individual components) TOEFL 90-91 overall ( least the following in each component - 21 listening; 22 reading; 23 speaking; 21 writing) Pearson PTE 58-64 overall ( least 51 in each of the 4 individual components)
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Taught Postgraduate Administrator
- +44(0)1952 815289
- +44(0)1952 814783