|Recent Course Changes & FAQ|
Recent Course Changes
|Veterinary Medicine – Special arrangements for applicants seeking entry in 2021 and 2022:
In addition to the reduction of the practical hours to 15 hours and in one animal category, for 2021 only UCD Vet School will also accept this approved Virtual Work Experience and Exploring the Veterinary Profession online course offered by the University of Nottingham as meeting the practical experience requirement.
It is free and will take 2 weeks to complete and involves 3 hours study per week. The 1st week will focus on an Introduction to the veterinary profession and the second week will cover The wider team, expectations and what it is really like being a vet. Upon completion the digital certificate should be uploaded to your online practical experience form.
For full details and to complete your records of experience please visit our website here.
Visit the Veterinary Medicine course page.
|New Course for 2021: Sustainability: Environmental Science and Engineering & Sustainability: Social Sciences, Policy and Law. DN240, BSc.|
|New Course for 2021: Teanga, Litríocht & Aistriúchán/Irish Language. DN530, BA.|
|New Course for 2021: Crop science. DN250, BAgrSc.|
|DN700 Economics with History: For academic year 2021/22, students will be able to study DN700 Economics with History in Social Sciences as a major.|
|For 2021 The following are now listed under Health Sciences: Medicine, Nursing & Midwifery, Physiotherapy, Radiography, Sports & Performance.|
|What Impact will Covid-19 have on Students starting in September 2021?|
|We have had a number of requests for a recorded school talk presentation. Due to College regulations we are unable to provide a recorded talk at this time, we are happy to provide a larger number of online talks to a number of different classes. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
|An extensive and searchable FAQ for prospective students is available here.|
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