Produced through a collaboration of the British Veterinary Association and ITN, The Veterinary View presents a debate on the state of veterinary education and how it may change. Representing the Veterinary Schools Council was Dr Clare Allen. The first episode can be viewed on the BVA website here.
The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has today released its guidelines to help vets employ overseas graduates successfully, highlighting the key considerations and factors to be aware of. The press release accompanying the guidelines can be found on the BEVA website, with supporting comment from the Veterinary Schools Council. Click here to see the guidance.
A letter from the Veterinary Schools Council to the Chancellor of the Exchequer regarding proposals in the 2014 autumn statement and equine research. Dear Mr Osborne Autumn Statement – introduction of a racing right The Veterinary Schools Council (VSC) represents the interests of seven UK veterinary schools. The VSC’s mission is to advocate, challenge and […]
The new website for the Veterinary Schools Council is now live, containing all the information you might need on the Council, where it comes from and its aims for the future. The About us section details these aims, as well as the membership and secretariat of the Veterinary Schools Council. As the Council engages in […]
With attendance from the central organisations and institutions in veterinary education and beyond, those present will be introduced to the Veterinary Schools Council, formerly the Heads of Veterinary Schools, and its aims for the future. Speakers include Professor Gary England, Chair of the Veterinary Schools Council; Professor Sir Peter Rubin, representing the Medical Schools Council; […]