Non degree applications
Initial expression of interest
After submitting this initial expression of interest form you will be contacted, by email, with confidential access details to our online application system where you will be able to start the application process for your chosen course. See the full application process in more detail.
1. Initial expression of interest
Find your course on our website and click “Apply now” to start the process.
We will email you instructions on what to do next.
2. Course application
We have split our application form into two parts, so we don’t unnecessarily waste your time.
Stage 1: Basic application and eligibility check.
Stage 2: Full application and eligibility check.
3. Enrolment and interview
Submit your proof of identity and other documentation.
You may be asked to attend an interview at the college.
Once payment is made you will have a confirmed place on your course.
4. Start learning
Unlike other colleges, your induction process starts before you get to college with our online induction courses, maximising your time in learning.
Degree applications are conducted externally through UCAS using the codes below or by contacting the university directly.
Veterinary Nursing Foundation Degree
- Study at the Royal Veterinary College (University of London), quote code: D310
BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing Degree
- Study at Edinburgh (Edinburgh Napier University), quote UCAS code: D310
- Study at Hendon & Potters Bar (Middlesex University) , quote course UCAS code: D313
- Study at Huntingdon (Middlesex University) quote course UCAS code: D315
- Study at Leeds (Middlesex University) quote UCAS code: D316
Top Up Degree
BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing Degree (Top Up Course)
Contact Edinburgh Napier University directly (0131 455 4701 /Edinburgh Napier Website)
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The College is registered with the Information Commissioners Office as a provider of education and training.
By applying to enrol on a course of study, you consent to the College processing personal data relating to you, including sensitive personal data, in accordance with the College’s registration, statutory requirements and conditions set by funding bodies.
Under the Data Protection Act 1998 you have a right to a copy of any data we hold about you. If you would like a copy of this data you should apply in writing to the Principal of The College of Animal Welfare.