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University of Nottingham in agreement with Pool House Equine Clinic
Four Year Masters in Veterinary Medicine (MVetMed) (“Residency”) in Equine Dentistry

Principal supervisor: Sam Hole (Pool House Equine Clinic) and Gayle Hallowell (University of Nottingham)

Background: The University of Nottingham’s School of Veterinary Medicine and Science (SVMS) provides clinical teaching using a community-based model, whereby undergraduate and postgraduate students are taught within clinical associate practices overseen by clinical specialists. This provides clinical exposure to a large range of clinical cases appropriate to a range of training opportunities and creates an environment for clinical research using both retrospective clinical data and a significant case load that supports prospective clinical studies.

Project description:
This 4-year programme is full-time and includes a taught component (120 credits) delivered through a specialist residency training programme aligned to the European Veterinary Dental Collage (EVDC) based within the clinical associate network of practices based in the East Midlands. A research project aligned to the programme specification of a Masters is integrated into the programme.

The position will be primarily based at Pool House Equine Clinic (PHEC), where the resident will participate in the diagnosis and treatment of referred equine cases and receive specialist training in equine dentistry with the aim of qualifying as a Diplomate of the EVDC*. Residency programmes require approximately 5000 hours of clinical training, which will cover all aspects of the multidisciplinary speciality that encompasses equine dentistry. Clinical training will be supervised by clinical specialists in veterinary dentistry, surgery, internal medicine, and diagnostic imaging using the large caseload and specialist clinical equipment including; CT, MRI, ultrasound, radiography and endoscopy. Clinical training will include a requirement to undertake out-of-hours clinical work and participate in the general out-of-hours rota for the clinic/practice teams. 

The research project will focus on the clinical application of veterinary dentistry in horses. Candidates with existing experience in equine veterinary dentistry are sought for this program. Further details of the programme can be found at

Further information and Application
Applicants must be a Member of the RCVS at the time of application and be graduates of an EAEVE accredited veterinary school and have 3 years of post-graduate clinical experience. English language qualifications are required for those whose first language is not English as described in the website above. The post attracts a scholarship that covers tuition fees (UK/Ireland) and a tax-free stipend.

Candidates should apply online and attach a CV and covering letter.  When completing the online application form, please ensure that you state that you are applying for a postgraduate position within the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science and specify ‘Equine Dentistry’ in the personal statement.

Informal enquiries are encouraged and may be made to: Dr Sam Luis Hole, telephone 01283 799700 or by email

Start Date:
From April 2021, official start date 1st July 2021

Closing date:
The position will be filled when suitable candidates have been identified. Early application is strongly encouraged.

Eligibility for Funding
Applicants must be eligible for UK tuition fees. To check your eligibility for UK fees status please click here UKCISA - international student advice and guidance - England: fee status

A tax-free stipend is payable.