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By Matthew Limb
Two English universities have confirmed plans to establish a new joint veterinary school and admit the first cohort of students in 2020.
Keele University and Harper Adams University said now that their governing bodies have approved the proposal they are keen to ‘progress with the planning and capital build’.
They said the ‘distinctive’ new school would ‘reach out’ to students who may not have traditionally considered a career as a vet and will further support the UK’s agricultural sector post-Brexit.
It would offer a five-year programme leading to a Bachelor of veterinary medicine and surgery degree.
It would be taught …
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