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This two year part-time Masters level programme is known as the Diploma in Bovine Reproduction continuing the tradition started when the programme commenced in the 1980’s and reflects the academic comparability to Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Diploma qualifications. The qualification is recognised by both the RCVS and European College of Animal Reproduction (ECAR). It provides postgraduate education in an important aspect of the bovine health. The overall aims of the programme are to enable veterinary surgeons in regular contact with cattle to:

  • achieve a widely-based and deep understanding of bovine reproduction, which will enable them to provide sound scientific advice to the cattle industry;
  • develop appropriate skills; and
  • maintain a critical approach to their own

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Entry Requirements

For admission to the DBR programme, 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, maintain an involvement in bovine fertility work throughout the duration of the programme and carry out regular fertility work in at least three cattle herds, each of reasonable size.Please note that this course is not applicable to overseas candidates.



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