Get involved

We're making a difference in our communities by joining forces with the public. We channel our expertise towards the most relevant issues which will have the greatest impact on those around us. We can only do this by building a close relationship with our communities and finding out what matters most to them.

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Support us

There are many ways people can get involved in supporting the School of Veterinary Science, making a difference to animal health and welfare in research, clinical facilities, or supporting our veterinarians of the future.

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Alumni and community

The University of Liverpool Veterinary Alumni Association (ULVAA) aims to connect veterinary graduates, staff and current students. We offer support, organise events, and foster links amongst our global Veterinary alumni community.

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Continuing professional development

Our veterinary postgraduate unit provides a range of continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities for practising veterinary surgeons from practical days to our postgraduate programmes.

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Trusty Paws

Supporting the pets of the homeless in Liverpool, Veterinary students from the School of Veterinary Science are providing free health and wellbeing check-ups for the homeless hounds of Liverpool in partnership with The Big Issue North.

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Become an EMS Provider

Extramural Studies (EMS) is Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) requirement for all students graduating from Veterinary Schools accredited by them. The School of Veterinary Science welcomes veterinary surgeons and veterinary practices who want to be involved in providing EMS and supporting vets of the future.

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School visits

We have a strong relationship with local schools, colleges and education providers. We are happy to facilitate outreach events and want to promote veterinary science within our local community.