When you study with Central College of Animal Studies, you will benefit from a modern learning environment in a fully equipped working practice, highly supportive teaching staff and an extensive range of courses, with ongoing progression and career opportunities.
We are committed to providing comprehensive courses that fully equip students with the practical skills and knowledge for successful careers in veterinary practice and ongoing professional development.
With locations in rural Suffolk and south Kent, Central College provides a picturesque environment for study, work and play.
When studying in Suffolk, you can enjoy visiting the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds, where you’ll find medieval architecture, Georgian squares, and Abbey ruins, coupled with a modern shopping centre and bustling restaurants, bars and theatre. Alternatively, head west to enjoy a day at the Newmarket Races and the famous university city of Cambridge, or east to Ipswich and its historic Waterfront, and north to Norwich and the Norfolk Broads.
Students of Central College Kent will benefit from the county’s ideal location between London and continental Europe. Traditionally known as “The Garden of England” and the country’s oldest county, Kent boasts a rich heritage of castles, gardens, stately homes and maritime past; thereby providing an exciting and idyllic setting for study. Similarly, Kent’s 350 miles of coastline is perfect for adrenalin junkies and water babies. An abundance of activities are available; from surfing, kite surfing, wind surfing and jet skiing, to sailing, kayaking and canoeing.
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