AFTER the long haul through veterinary school, the last thing many new graduates contemplate is taking further exams, let alone returning to university. Like many of her fellow graduates, Caroline Blake wanted to work in a mixed practice, to gain a broad level of early experience. However, quite quickly she became keen to specialise and felt the need for a further intellectual challenge. A postgraduate certificate was the solution, and here she describes the process of studying for it at university. The alternative route of taking a certificate while in practice will be discussed in the next issue.
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