Online learning degrees with the University of Edinburgh
This course is available online. Please see below for more details on how to attend this course via the Internet.
Grow professionally with an online degree
As a leader in postgraduate research and teaching, the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies offers the best next step in your future – with world-class online learning opportunities to expand your knowledge and your horizons. No matter where you live in the world, we offer a huge range of flexible, part-time online distance learning Masters, Diplomas and Certificates, as well as shorter online CPD courses.
Online distance learning
Our online distance learning programmes allow people to gain a world-class award while maintaining busy professional and personal commitments. These part time online programmes offer flexible postgraduate study over one to three years. Some programmes offer shorter online courses (5-10 weeks online), which may fulfil your continuing professional development requirements.
Choose your programme:
- Advanced Clinical Practice (MVetSci/Dip/Cert)
- Clinical Animal Behaviour (MSc/Dip/Cert)
- Conservation Medicine (MVetSci/Dip/Cert/Short courses)
- Disease in Livestock Ecosystems: Dynamics and Control (MSc/Dip/Cert)
- Equine Science (MSc/Dip/Cert/Short courses)
- International Animal Welfare, Ethics and Law (MSc/Dip/Cert/Short courses)
- One Health (MSc/Dip/Cert/Short course)
- RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (Short courses)
- Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia (MSc/Dip/Cert)
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies is a world leader in veterinary education and research. Established in 1823, we still lead the way in research. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF), Veterinary Medicine came first in the UK, and retained its position as the UK’s top Vet School. It made a joint submission with Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC). In terms of ‘one medicine’ research (human and animal medicine), the University of Edinburgh’s research power (quality x volume) is the strongest in the UK.