466. Qualifications for the register.

Where a university in the United Kingdom provides courses of study and examinations leading to a veterinary degree1 which appear to the Privy Council, after consultation with the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons2, sufficiently to guarantee that holders of the degree will have acquired the knowledge and skill needed for the efficient practice of veterinary surgery and will have satisfied relevant EU requirements3, the Privy Council may by order (known as a 'recognition order') direct that any person on whom the degree is conferred after attending those courses at that university is entitled to be registered