Residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the University of Bristol - deadline 10th January 2017

Residency (MSc) in Veterinary Science (Small Animal Internal Medicine), School of Veterinary Sciences, University of Bristol/Langford Vets

Three Year Residency, Full time, £17,917 + living allowance (Tax Free)

Application closing date: 23:59 on 10th January 2017, start date 10th July 2017 (Residency) & June 2017 for the Boehringer part. Interviews will take place during the first 2 weeks of February 2017.

This is a post-graduate training position (Residency) incorporating a taught Masters in small animal internal medicine. The main role of the post-graduate student will be to join a team that provides the referral service in canine and feline internal medicine.  You will receive training in all aspects of internal medicine including emergency and critical care medicine, and will be expected to study for the postgraduate ECVIM Diploma in Internal Medicine. You will also contribute to undergraduate teaching as part of the undergraduate medicine clinical rotation.

It will incorporate a fixed term scholarship working towards a taught Masters in Veterinary Science.

The successful candidate will benefit from spending time with Boehringer Ingelheim, the studentship sponsor, gaining an understanding of their business and developing transferable skills which will be of direct benefit within this residency and beyond. This will involve up to four weeks spent with Boehringer Ingelheim prior to starting the clinical part of the Residency and there will be some ongoing commitments through the programme.

Please make an online application for this post at http://www.bris.ac.uk/pg-howtoapply. Please select < Masters in Veterinary Science > on the Programme Choice page and enter details of the studentship when prompted in the Funding and Research Details sections of the form

If assistance is needed when completing the application form please email fohs-pgadmissions@bristol.ac.uk or call on 0117 331 6824

Informal enquiries to Prof E Hall (dred.hall@bristol.ac.uk) or Christina Maunder (C.Maunder@bristol.ac.uk)