It’s been brought to our attention that many 16 – 18 year olds and even those older, struggle with knowing what is expected of them at Vet School, or what experience is needed to gain a good solid portfolio before applying to Vet school and so we have put our heads together with the lovely Helen Braid MRCVS of Liverpool University, to come up with a solution.
It’s clear that university open evenings can be quite intimidating and so you may not ask questions you have, or just not think of them in such a formal environment, so on Friday 23rd August, 11am – 1pm we are having our own open event, for those wanting to become a vet, or are about to start any Vet School this term and want to ask questions, to prepare.
You won’t be sat down in a formal manner, you will just be able to come here for a couple of hours to mingle with us, Vets/Lecturers, current Vet Students and eat cake in a lovely relaxing, animal filled environment.
Amy(chair) has experience of building a portfolio and has helped many students build their portfolios and written recommendations, all of which are now currently Vet students or qualified vets, off saving the world, one animal at a time. Amy also suffers with depression and anxiety, so can empathise with those who do struggle in a formal environment, so helping YOU achieve YOUR goal is very important to her.
If you seriously want to be a vet please come along, to this one of a kind event, no pressure to do anything you dont want to and get yourself prepared.