Veterinary nurses looking for help funding their training, CPD or research may be interested to learn that applications are now being accepted for the BVNA’s range of bursary schemes. 

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Don’t crack open that piggy bank just yet, the 2016 BVNA bursary schemes may help fund your VN training.

Applications for the bursaries, which range from £500 to £3,000, are open until 31 May 2016.

BVNA educational bursary

This offers up to £500 as assistance for VNs or students in training or furthering their veterinary nursing education.

The Kennel Club charitable trust bursary

A fund of £3,000 is available to help defray the costs of veterinary nurse training. These costs may be course fees or other educational costs.

The Kennel Club charitable trust degree bursary

An amount of £3,000 is available for one degree student, distributed equally over three years, to help defray the costs associated with training. These may be course fees or other costs of an educational nature.

Further information on how to apply – as well as links to further grants, awards and research projects for veterinary nurses – are available at

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