Bovine Reproduction DBR

  • Programme duration:   Part-time: 24 months
  • Programme start: 14th September 2020, contact DBR@liverpool.ac.uk for details
  • Entry requirements: You should be a veterinary graduate (suitable for registration with the RCVS), have been engaged for at least three years if working in a university or five years in general practice with a substantial component of cattle work.
Bovine Reproduction dbr

About us

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

The University of Liverpool has been at the forefront of Health & Life Sciences research for 130 years and continues to build on the impressive research knowledge, experience, resources and partnerships that have been amassed. The Faculty has over 2,300 staff, 6,000 undergraduates and 1,000 postgraduate students who, together with many alumni and partners, are helping to build the University’s reputation every day.

As a Faculty of Health and Life Sciences in a civic university, we owe it to our local community to address their unmet health needs. We're taking the innovative, world-leading research we do globally and delivering a meaningful impact on health outcomes locally. 

The total cost of research projects awarded in 2018/19 within the Faculty was £60million, and 81% of our research is ranked world-leading and internationally excellent.

The Faculty has four Institutes:

  • Institute of Life Course and Medical Sciences
  • Institute of Infection, Veterinary and Ecological Sciences
  • Institute of Population Health
  • Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology.

School of Veterinary Science

The University of Liverpool Veterinary School was the first vet school to be part of a university (in 1904), demonstrating its early emphasis on scientific progress and evidence-based, academic veterinary medicine. This innovative approach has continued to the present day: the school regularly does well in league tables, has internationally renowned clinicians and scientists working in its hospitals, clinics and laboratories, and its graduates and staff have held some of the leading roles in the veterinary profession.

This isn't just about great training, important though that is. It's about constantly developing veterinary science and practice – and getting it into front line animal and human health care as efficiently as possible.

For more information on the Liverpool Veterinary School, see our website at www.liv.ac.uk/vets.


Department address

Postgraduate Admissions, School of Veterinary Science
University of Liverpool, Leahurst Campus
Chester High Road
Neston, Cheshire
CH64 7TE

Telephone: +44 (0)151 794 6015

Email: vetpg@liverpool.ac.uk