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Enrolment for Ophthalmology and Emergency and Critical Care

  • BSAVA
  • 16/12/2013 16:16:00
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Enrolment for Ophthalmology and Emergency and Critical Care

Application for enrolment on the BSAVA PGCert in Emergency and Critical Care PGCert opens 6th January at 9am. With Ophthalmology enrolment opening on 13th January at 9am.

The application forms will be made available online here and will remain available throughout 2014. (Please note the application form will not show on the website until the date/time as detailed above).

If you wish to commit to enrolment, you should complete the online enrolment form. Places will be offered on a first come first served basis for the first intake of students in May 2014. You will be notified within 3 working days of receipt of your enrolment form if you have secured a place. You will then be sent full enrolment documentation, which you must complete, sign and return by the stated deadline, together with a non-returnable deposit of £307.50 in order to confirm your place.

The programme will be formally considered by Nottingham Trent University during a validation event on 20th/21st February 2014. All enrolments will be accepted subject to validation of the programme, and we will confirm all enrolments once formal approval has been given.

If you have any questions regarding the enrolment process or the certificates, please contact certificate@bsava.com

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  • Dear Sirs, My name is Chris Dorlis and I am currently an intern at Bristol Vet School. I would like to be considered for the postgraduate certificate in emergency and critical care . Thank you in advance Yours sincerely Christos Dorlis
    06/01/2014 21:46:03
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