Royal Veterinary College (RVC)



Royal Veterinary College (RVC) was founded in 1791 and became part of the University of London in 1949. The university is the oldest and largest veterinary school in the UK, and one of only five schools in the UK training students to become veterinarians.RVC has two campuses: one in Camden – Central London and the oterh one in Hertfordshire.

International students in the Royal Veterinary College:

Application to the Royal Veterinary college are competitive, but the university accepts many types of academic qualifications for entry to various study programmes.

  • The RVC is the only English veterinary school (and one of only four in Europe) accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association, allowing the graduates to practice in the EU and North America.
  • The college boasts a graduate employment rate of 99%.
  • RVC is considered one of the leading veterinary research centres in Europe and the Research Assessment Exercise conducted ranked it in 2008 as the UK’s leading veterinary school for research.