Welcome from the Dean of School

On behalf of the School of Veterinary Science, I am delighted to welcome you as a new student. The school is a community of scholars working across more than a dozen subject areas, and we are sure you will benefit from the breadth and vitality that is possible in a school of this size, with world-class teaching and in-depth specialist expertise available to you.

Your Welcome Pack will help you in your first few days at the University. It contains important information about the schedule for Welcome Week, and also tells you how to contact the Student Support Centre if you have any questions. There is a lot of additional information on our website. Please do not worry if it seems a lot to take in. We will work hard during Welcome Week and in the first semester to make your transition to university life as smooth as possible.

Professor Paul Lunn, Dean of the School of Veterinary Science


What to do next

Register online

You now need to register with the University.

There will be a number of events and activities taking place during Welcome and Foundation Weeks, these will be confirmed in the next couple of weeks. They will introduce you to the School of Veterinary Science and to the University as a whole, and will provide you with a foundation to ensure you gain maximum benefit from your time at Liverpool. Other events and activities are designed to introduce you to University life and to help you to get to know the campus (Liverpool Campus Map).

View your programme timetable: Your academic timetable can be found on Liverpool Life during Welcome Week.

Vets School Events Welcome Week Timetable

More support and information for starting your course

Your Academic Advisor

All students at the University of Liverpool will be assigned a named academic member of staff as their Academic Advisor. Their role is to develop a relationship with you, to provide information, advice and guidance on academic matters and to direct you to further sources of information on academic matters as well as the wide range of information, advice and guidance on non-academic matters available to students at Liverpool.
Your advisor’s details will be made available to you prior to Welcome Week and you will have an opportunity to meet your advisor during Welcome Week with further details provided nearer to the time.

The University Welcome Week pages

The University of Liverpool welcome webpage provides useful and up-to-date information on Welcome Week including all the contents of your Welcome Pack in electronic format.

Your first few days at University can be quite confusing and it may take time for you to settle into your new surroundings and life as a student. It may also be your first time away from home.

At the Student Service Centre the specialist teams are available to help with any practical, emotional or general issues. They can also direct you to the most appropriate services across the University.

Your programme handbook

Your programme handbook will be available electronically from Monday, 27th September

Teaching Plans 2021-2022

Additional Information about your programme

  • information on clothing and other programme-related expenses
  • The Liverpool Guild of Students (Student Societies).
    LGOS is the Students' Union for the University of Liverpool.
  • Vet Peer Support Welcome Letter
  • Liverpool University Veterinary Society (LUVS)
    Liverpool University Veterinary Society (better known as ‘LUVS’) is the most active society in Liverpool. Every Veterinary and Bioveterinary student studying at the University of Liverpool is invited to join LUVS. As a society we deal with every aspect of your life here at the vet school: Academic, sporting, welfare, charity and, best of all, social. This course is challenging and, at times, stressful. We’re here to make your time here as easy, calm, enjoyable and memorable as possible. Our society is one of the strongest and most integrated societies in the university and we’re very lucky to have it. We have a committee of over 30 members and it is our role to ensure that all your academic issues are addressed, the vet sports teams are supported as much as possible, we give as much as we can to the LUVS chosen charities, we have the biggest and best socials and probably most importantly that student welfare is kept at its highest. For more information on how to become a member of the society, see the attached letter or our website www.luvs.org.uk

We have a large number of very active sub-societies, allowing you to explore your areas of interest, grow as an individual and member of our community and get involved in some awesome social events. Check out further information via the links below.

Vets School Events Welcome Week Timetable

Need more information?

If you would like any further information about the Institute of Veterinary Science before you arrive in September, please contact our staff in the Student Support Office on: