Studying vet science at Liverpool gives me a perfect understanding of why it is so difficult to get into vet school. The facilities that the school has to offer are numerous and beyond any standard that I had first envisioned before coming here, with the school boasting an extensive veterinary teaching suite/lab and a separate distinguished veterinary campus a few miles away. The course itself is extremely intense and requires many hours a week, however the continuous assessment tasks (which are given in-depth feedback) and access to a wide library of online resoures allows students to assess their progress and act accordingly. Each student is also given a support tutor who monitors their progress, this is a good concept however could possibly be integrated more than it currently is. Aspects of the course are diverse; lectures, lab sessions, clinical sessions, dissections, group/peer sessions, tutorials, and animal handling classes. Altogether these create an interesting and enjoyable content structure, it's quite difficult to be bored at Liverpool vet school. Of course the standard and style of teaching varies between some modules and lecturers, nevertheless overall the course is taught to an incredibly high calibre. All-in-all attending the vet school and Liverpool University is an incomparable experience and I wouldn't be anywhere else.