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Veterinary Science Personal Statements

Your personal statement should describe what appeals to you about veterinary science, and why you want to learn more about it at university to enter a career as a

Admissions tutors want to know what makes you a good candidate, and the skills and experience you can bring to their department.

Our veterinary science personal statement examples should inspire you to write your own unique statement, and help you understand how students have successfully applied for this course in the past.

For as long as I can remember I have been interested in sciences. Science is a multi faceted subject which I enjoy as there is no limit to the information I can learn. I am interested in a career in vet medicine not only because of a wish to help but also due to a desire to find out what went wrong and to discover ways in which the problem could be fixed...
I have always wanted to be a vet and love animals. I am studying biology which I find particularly fascinating, chemistry, maths, history and animal related diplomas. I am looking at the link between euthanasia and lameness in horses as an Extended Project...
Long, skinny arms, and strong shoulders - the most important requirements for a large animal vet! (According to a lecturer at Vet Six '06.) I couldn't have agreed more, as I thought back to my first attempt to relieve dystokia in a ewe in Feb '04...
From the age of three when I got my first pet, I have always held a strong passion for animals and their wellbeing. Whether I was helping to take care of my cats or visiting the local stables, I have been surrounded by animals from birth...

From an early age I have been fascinated by the skill and professionalism of a modern equine podiatrist, captivated by the knowledge and ability of providing an essential job, but also in my eyes an artist and at one with a horse...