Our programme of lectures covers a range of topics and can be tailored on request to the needs of the student body. These are just some of the titles we have delivered to undergraduate students:

  • How to avoid a bloody disaster – diagnosing and treating coagulopathies in practice
  • Surviving your early years in practice
  • Acute and chronic pain scenarios
  • Cats, Coronavirus and COVID-19
  • Laparoscopic surgery, and
  • Ophthalmic emergencies

To list just a few.

Want to learn more about the opportunities to work within Linnaeus and our Graduate Development Programme?

You can also meet us at the following university careers’ fairs. Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out when we will be visiting you!

We put wellbeing and mental health at the forefront of our people strategy and that starts before you even decide to join us! That’s why Linnaeus invests in a number of wellbeing events, alongside other undergraduate-led events in our veterinary schools across the UK.

Contact your veterinary student’s association for more details of upcoming Linnaeus supported events happening at your university.

Extra-mural studies (EMS)

We know the future of veterinary excellence is in the hands of those young vets working through their educational journey.

And that is why we are committed to providing undergraduate veterinary students with supportive and hands-on EMS placements throughout their education. We offer both pre-clinical and clinical placements.

Given the diverse portfolio within Linnaeus, we are able to support placements throughout England, Scotland, Wales and the Republic of Ireland. You can choose to spend time working alongside our dedicated teams in primary care practice, seeing a varied caseload and equipping you with the skills for day one in practice.

Likewise, you can pursue an area of special interest by spending time in one of our 16 world class, specialist-led referral practices.

All applications for EMS placements are coordinated at a practice level. Use the map function to learn more about our Linnaeus practices.