Based at Stowe Veterinary Centre, Central College of Animal Studies’ Stowmarket provides students with a highly professional veterinary environment in which to learn.
The centre has facilities for small animal, equine and large animal care. It provides a complete service for horses, ponies and donkeys, including equine dentistry and surgery. The practice also houses a stable block for full hospitalisation, stocks, trot-up areas, an exercise/lunging ring, grazing paddock, and equine x-ray, ultrasound and endoscopy.
The Stowe Veterinary Centre enjoys an excellent reputation for animal care and client service and has been involved in producing high quality veterinary nurses for many years. The veterinary centre was first established over 50 years ago, thereby combining an established reputation with all of the latest facilities and equipment.
Students will learn in a friendly environment and benefit from highly qualified, dedicated and supportive teaching staff who are passionate about veterinary nursing training and equipping students with the skills required for rewarding careers in practice.
Central College training facilities at Stowe Veterinary Centre provide an ideal learning environment for students studying veterinary and veterinary nursing programmes, as well as for those training on our dog grooming courses.
For more information about studying at Central College of Animal Studies, Stowmarket, please contact us.
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Full address: Moreton Hall Veterinary Centre, Boldero Road, Moreton Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk IP32 7BS.
A14 Westbound (from Ipswich)
A14 Eastbound (from Bury St Edmunds)
“The college provides excellent veterinary nursing courses and the tutors reflect the high quality of training available through their support for students and passion for the industry.” – Leanne
“The teaching staff at Central College are very helpful and supportive, and I feel I am gaining theoretical knowledge and practical skills daily.” – Rachel
“The course content on the Diploma in Veterinary Nursing is very interesting and the lessons are well structured. We learn a variety of practical and theoretical skills in depth and are encouraged to expand our knowledge by the helpful and supportive teaching staff.” – Nicola
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