Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

The University of Adelaide

This is a three year, 72 unit postgraduate (master's by coursework, extended) degree in clinical veterinary science that aims to complete the veterinary training and allow registration of the graduate as a veterinarian. Most students will enter this program after completion of the Bachelor of Science (Veterinary Bioscience) program at the University of Adelaide. However, students with a recognised pre-veterinary or veterinary degree may also be eligible for entry. Students cannot study this program part-time.

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At a glance

Type of Institution: University
Level: Postgraduate
Campus/Location: Roseworthy
Institution CRICOS: 00123M

Subjects

  • Veterinary medicine

Since 1874, the university has developed a reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research. From the start, the University of Adelaide has been one of Australia's most progressive institutions. It was the first Australian university to grant degrees in science, the first to establish a Conservatorium of Music and the first to admit women to academic programs - in 1881.

At the University of Adelaide, you will be studying in an environment that pursues excellence, values creativity, welcomes cultural diversity and gives its graduates the opportunity to become global citizens.

The International Student Centre provides ongoing support to international students. It works closely with student groups, faculties and university administration to ensure the experience of all international students is positive and successful.

Services offered include:

  • pre-departure information
  • orientation for new international students
  • the Accommodation Service
  • assistance with visa matters
  • information on Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
  • ongoing support from International Student Advisers
  • the Peer Mentor program
  • the Language and Cultural Exchange program
  • an English conversation program -Talking With Aussies
  • the Experience Adelaide program
  • social activities and workshops
  • a students' newsletter and blog
  • the Careers and Employment Service
  • support for students finishing study or returning home.

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