The Royal Veterinary College is the largest and longest-established vet school in the English-speaking world and is a college of the University of London.
RVC offers undergraduate, postgraduate and CPD programmes in veterinary medicine and veterinary nursing and is ranked in the top 10 universities nationally for biosciences.
The RVC has been ranked as the world’s number one veterinary school in the prestigious QS World University Rankings 2019.
This is the first time the RVC has occupied the top spot in this particular league table, after being ranked one of the world’s top three veterinary schools within it for the past four years. It was listed as number one out of 401 institutions offering veterinary sciences.
The QS World University Rankings 2019 features 1,222 institutions from 153 locations ranked across 48 subjects, providing the most comprehensive global overview of higher education performance at discipline level.
RVC produces world-class research and provides support for the veterinary profession through its referral hospitals, including the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals, Europe’s largest small animal hospital.
As one of the world’s leading specialist veterinary and biological science research institutions, the RVC brings together talented individuals; all of whom share a passion for human and animal health and welfare.
- RVC offers undergraduate, postgraduate and CPD programmes in veterinary medicine and veterinary nursing and are ranked in the top ten universities nationally for the biosciences.
- RVC is the only vet school in the world to hold full accreditation from AVMA, EAEVE, RCVS, AVBC and the Society of Biology.
- As a research-led institution, RVC is ranked as the top vet school in the Agriculture, Veterinary and Food Science unit of the most recent Research Assessment Exercise, with 55% of academics producing world-class and internationally excellent research.
- RVC provides support for veterinary and related professions through its three referral hospitals, including the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals, Europe’s largest small animal referral hospital.
RVC programmes are of international appeal and attract students who go on to become practicing veterinarians, research scientists, veterinary nurses and leaders in industry and government.
RVC owns and manages the London BioScience Innovation Centre; which was London’s first centre for early stage life science companies. This puts RVC at the heart of biotechnology and other biomedical research in London and opens doors for research collaboration.
Source: Royal Veterinary College’s website
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