If your interested in providing animals with the best health care, a career in veterinary medicine may be for you. As a veterinarian, you can work in clinical practice or veterinary research, for pharmaceutical companies or education providers, at zoos or animal welfare agencies, and in government services or development agencies across the globe. According to the QS World University Rankings 2016, Europe has 23 of the Top 50 universities in the world offering courses in Veterinary Science. The Royal Veterinary College of the University of London in the UK is ranked the top UK and European vet school and is ranked third in the world overall. Also highly ranked in QS 2016 is Utrecht University (7), which has a unique position in the Netherlands and combines veterinarian training with innovative scientific research. In addition, the faculty provides specialist clinical care in the largest academic veterinary hospital in Europe. In the UK, the University of Glasgow, the University of Cambridge, The University of Edinburgh and the University of Liverpool each make the QS 2016 Top 50. Furthermore Wageningen University in The Netherlands, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München in Germany, and Ghent University in Belgium also offers high standard education in this category. EHEVF 2016 India and South Asia participant the University of Bristol (9) is also well respected internationally and makes the QS 2016 Top 10.