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School pupils' chance to see what life as a vet is all about

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The 2015 VetCam course has opened for bookings and thanks to continued funding from the University’s Widening Participation Project Fund, a number of bursaries are available to help students from under-represented groups cover the cost of the course. 

The course will take place from 30-31 of March.

The two-day residential course is designed to give Year 12 students an insight into studying veterinary medicine in general, and also to show the unique benefits of the Cambridge course through a mixture of practical demonstrations, lectures, tours of pre-clinical departments and the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital

Attendees stay overnight at Queens’ College for a taste of life as a Cambridge undergraduate. 

One of last year’s bursary awardees, Amy Sansby, said “I had a brilliant experience at VetCam, thank you for the opportunity to attend. VetCam gave me a chance to speak to teaching staff and current vet students and get answers to all my questions about the profession. I left feeling inspired. “

Applications need to be made by the student’s school or college.

For more details regarding the bursaries, please contact Katheryn Ayres at kma28@cam.ac.uk.

For details on how to book and pay for a place on this year’s VetCam course, please contact tutorial.office@vet.cam.ac.uk

The 2015 VetCam course offers Year 12 students a taste of life as a Cambridge undergraduate.

I left feeling inspired.
Amy Sansby, bursary awardee

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