Each year LIVE offer an exciting opportunity for an undergraduate student to undertake a 6-8 week (paid @ £200 per week) research project during the summer. Dates are usually flexible but the project must start once teaching finishes for the summer (July), and should be completed by the start of the new term in September.
All aspects of project design, development and delivery are undertaken by the research student with support from our team. Funding for this project is donated by the Animal Care Trust (ACT). Each year the project focuses on a different subject area.
Please are some of the recent projects which have been completed:
2019 - Recruitment and Retention in the Veterinary and Veterinary Nursing Professions. TBC
2018 - Decision diaries’ – stimulating conversation about clinical reasoning during extramural studies . Anantha Kumarval. BSc Bioveterinary Sciences Year 2. Supervised by Claire Vinten
2017 - The impact of Specific Learning Differences on Student Performance in RVC Examinations – Is it just a question of timing? Kamila Karimjee, BVetMed Year 2. Supervised by Ruth Serlin, Kim Whittlestone, Jane Tomlin, Sophie Pullen
2016 - Stress reactions and coping strategies for performance based assessments of clinical skills. Chantal Vikkeneuvwe, BVetMed Year 3. Supervised by Rachel Davis and Kim Whittlestone
Advertisement for this project is just after Christmas and is by way of an announcement on the intrane/email. Only students attending the RVC may apply.