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Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

What is the University of Melbourne Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Tracks program?

The University of Melbourne’s four-year, graduate-entry Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree offers veterinary students the best possible preparation for twenty-first-century careers in a rapidly changing and increasingly global workforce. Students can expect to learn the latest theory and practice, with plenty of practical hands-on experience, taught by a team of leading veterinarians.

New Melbourne DVM students will take part in the university’s unique Tracks program. Tracks help prepare students for their chosen career path by concentrating their studies on a particular area of clinical interest and gaining complementary industry-ready skills and knowledge. This represents the latest international education models and enables you to stand out from the crowd upon graduation!

What is the University of Melbourne Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Tracks program?

Study the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Melbourne

Melbourne’s Tracks program

Commence your practical clinical training with an introduction to the principles of clinical practice and to species-based medicine and surgery. In addition to your general training, you can select a track in your chosen area of interest. You will have the opportunity to be involved in the extra practical classes and activities with classmates who share your interests.

Production Animal Track

This track will provide enhanced opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience and exposure to production animal medicine including working with cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry. Upon graduation, students who choose this track may enter mixed veterinary practice, pursue further study such as a residency, work for the government or quarantine inspection services, work as a production animal health management consultant, or work for private production animal industries such as pigs and poultry producers.

Small Animal Track

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine students who are interested in pursuing a career path working with cats, dogs and small pets can elect to join the small animal track. This track will provide enhanced opportunities for students to follow their interest in small animal medicine, small animal surgery, or disciplines such as dermatology and ophthalmology. Upon graduation, students who chose this track may choose to enter private small-animal practice, pursue further study such as an internship or residency, or work for government or private companies supporting the small animal industries.

Government, Industry and Conservation Health Track

Students who are interested in pursuing a career path outside of traditional veterinary clinical practice can elect to join the Government, Industry and Conservation Health track. This track will provide students with enhanced opportunities to pursue their individual area of interest, for example through wildlife health placements, and practical research projects. Upon graduation, students who choose this track may elect to pursue careers as veterinarians employed in government, policy development, one health, epidemiology, welfare, research, and business.

Equine Track

This track will provide enhanced opportunities for students to gain practical skills and experience working with horses before graduation. Upon graduation, students who choose this track may enter private companion equine practices, racehorse practice, pursue an equine internship or residency, or work for government or private equine industries.

About the Melbourne DVM Admissions

Program: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: Late February/early March
Duration: 4 years
Application deadline: Candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible.

Entry Requirements

Eligible Melbourne DVM applicants must

  • have completed an undergraduate science degree (minimum three-year degree); and
  • have completed prerequisite subjects including at least one semester of study in each of cell biology or general biology, and biochemistry.
  • submit a personal statement (i.e., description of their interest in veterinary science and related experiences with animals).

Acceptable undergraduate science degrees at Canadian universities include science degrees with majors in agriculture, animal science, biochemistry, biomedicine, physiology or zoology.

Selection into the program will be primarily based on academic achievement. Selection will be based on results (grades) obtained in your final year undergraduate science subjects as well as your second last year (penultimate) undergraduate science subjects, weighted 75:25 toward the final year subjects. Applicants with a 75% average and above should apply.

Apply to Melbourne Veterinary School!

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Do you have questions about the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Veterinary Schools Admissions Officer Shannon Tilston at shannon@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

Melbourne DVM course overview

The Melbourne Veterinary School is one of OzTREKK students’ favourites! If you’re considering applying to Australian veterinary schools, here is a bit about Melbourne to get you started!

Melbourne DVM

Melbourne DVM

Learn more about Melbourne Veterinary School

The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) curriculum will assume prior knowledge and experience of scientific thought processes. This will allow for the early introduction of an integrated, interdisciplinary approach to veterinary studies, an approach that provides opportunities for students to apply their understanding to authentic cases, to practice evidence-based decision-making, to solve clinical problems and to acquire clinical competencies in an ordered and sequential way, from the first year of their course. By the time they reach the final year of the DVM, students will be immersed in a community of best practice in the university’s hospital, where the explicit teaching of the lecture theatre, practical class and tutorial room gives way to peer-to-peer teaching and experiential learning.

The primary aim of the Melbourne DVM curriculum is to graduate highly capable veterinary scientists whose abilities to solve problems, to draw on the substantial body of veterinary knowledge, to interpret evidence, and to make decisions and act upon them within a clear ethical and professional framework embody all of the graduate attributes to which the faculty aspires.

The DVM curriculum has been developed around five learning domains that describe the student’s progressive acquisition of the graduate attributes of a veterinary scientist. These domains or strands, that traverse all subjects of the DVM program, are

  • the scientific basis of clinical practice
  • ethics and animal welfare
  • biosecurity and population health
  • clinical skills, and
  • personal and professional development.

Program: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: Late February/early March
Duration: 4 years
Application deadline: Candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible.

Entry Requirements

Eligible Melbourne DVM applicants must

  • have completed an undergraduate science degree (minimum three-year degree); and
  • have completed prerequisite subjects including at least one semester of study in each of cell biology or general biology, and biochemistry.
  • submit a personal statement (i.e., description of their interest in veterinary science and related experiences with animals).

Acceptable undergraduate science degrees at Canadian universities include science degrees with majors in agriculture, animal science, biochemistry, biomedicine, physiology or zoology.

Selection into the Melbourne DVM will be primarily based on academic achievement. Selection will be based on results (grades) obtained in your final year undergraduate science subjects as well as your second last year (penultimate) undergraduate science subjects, weighted 75:25 toward the final year subjects. Applicants with a 75% average and above should apply.

Apply to Melbourne Veterinary School!

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Do you have questions about Melbourne Veterinary School? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Veterinary Schools Admissions Officer Shannon Tilston at shannon@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Monday, July 20th, 2015

Melbourne DVM student experience

With a completely revitalised curriculum, the Melbourne Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program is the first of its kind in Australia. The program is part of the ground-breaking “Melbourne curriculum” in which important undergraduate academic foundations are laid before specialisation at the graduate level. This makes the University of Melbourne unique in Australia and at the cutting edge of international educational trends.

University of Melbourne Veterinary School

Study veterinary medicine at the Melbourne Veterinary School

First year  (Parkville campus)

This foundation year provides an integrated and systems-based study of the structure, function, disease processes and pharmacology of each of the body systems of mammals; an introduction to the determinants of animal health; and consideration of animal health in production animal systems.

Second year (Parkville campus)

This year focuses on the ethical dimensions of animal welfare and management. Students acquire skills in clinical examination and interpretation of physiological data, as well as a range of technical veterinary abilities.

Third year (Werribee campus and University of Melbourne Veterinary Hospital)

Third-year Melbourne DVM students commence their clinical training, with an introduction to the principles of clinical practice and to species-based medicine and surgery.

Fourth year

A practical year conducted under supervision in the University Veterinary Hospital and via external placements. Students apply their course knowledge to clinical cases. This year includes a final, intensive two-week professional practice program, which consolidates knowledge and prepares graduates for their transition into the workforce.

Program: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: Late February/early March
Duration: 4 years
Application deadline: December 18, 2015; however, as this program can fill quickly, applicants are encouraged to submit their completed applications as soon as possible.

Entry Requirements

Eligible applicants must have completed

  • an undergraduate science degree (minimum three-year degree with majors in Agriculture, Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biomedicine, Physiology or Zoology); and
  • prerequisite subjects including at least one semester of study in each of cell biology or general biology, and biochemistry.

Selection into the University of Melbourne’s DVM program will be primarily based on academic achievement. Selection will be based on results (grades) obtained in your final year undergraduate science subjects as well as your second last year (penultimate) undergraduate science subjects, weighted 75:25 toward the final year subjects. Applicants with a 75% average or above should apply.

The University of Melbourne may conduct interviews in order to clarify aspects of an applicant’s application, and students may be asked to provide references or evidence to demonstrate their interest in a veterinary career.

Apply to Melbourne Veterinary School!

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Do you have questions about Melbourne Veterinary School? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Veterinary Schools Admissions Officer Rachel Brady rachel@oztrekk.com or 1-866-698-7355 (toll free in Canada).

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Melbourne Veterinary School holds clinical trial for dogs with epilepsy

The University of Melbourne Veterinary Clinic is calling for dogs that have drug resistant epilepsy for a new treatment trial.

Melbourne Veterinary School

Veterinary medicine students at the University of Melbourne Veterinary School

There are about three million dogs in Australia with approximately 100,000 suffering epilepsy, but about 30,000 do not respond to drug treatment.

Dr Matthias Le Chevoir, a lecturer in Veterinary Neurology at the University of Melbourne Veterinary School said, “Presently the treatment for dog epilepsy involves anticonvulsant medication and just under half also have side effects.”

“Our non-invasive treatment involves holding a commercially available nerve stimulator device against the neck area of the dog. A pilot study showed it is safe for the animal and provided a decrease in seizure frequency and severity when used three times daily. In one case we found a two-minute treatment could provide relief for up to eight hours,” said Dr Le Chevoir.

Nerve stimulators have been used for the last 25 years to treat headaches and drug-resistant seizures in humans and animals. But these stimulators had to be surgically implanted and so were cost prohibitive.

“This novel non-surgical, non-invasive vagal nerve stimulation could be the effective treatment we are looking for. It’s an accessible way to achieve better seizure control, minimize side effects, and consequently improve quality of life for both the dog and its owner,” said the Melbourne Veterinary School lecturer.

This new treatment will provide a valuable option to veterinary practitioners for the treatment for dogs with complicated epilepsy cases.

Melbourne Veterinary School researchers are seeking at least 25 eligible dogs for clinical trials.

University of Melbourne’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program

Program title: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: Late February/early March each year
Program duration: 4 years
Application deadline: TBA

Entry Requirements

Eligible applicants must have completed

  • an undergraduate science degree (minimum three-year degree with majors in Agriculture, Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biomedicine, Physiology or Zoology); and
  • prerequisite subjects including at least one semester of study in each of cell biology or general biology, and biochemistry.

Selection into the University of Melbourne’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program will be primarily based on academic achievement. Selection will be based on results (grades) obtained in your final year undergraduate science subjects as well as your second last year (penultimate) undergraduate science subjects, weighted 75:25 toward the final year subjects. Applicants with a 75% average or above should apply.

The University of Melbourne may conduct interviews in order to clarify aspects of an applicant’s application, and students may be asked to provide references or evidence to demonstrate their interest in a veterinary career.

Apply to Melbourne Veterinary School!

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Do you have questions about Melbourne Veterinary School and the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program? Would you like more information about studying veterinary programs at Australian universities? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Veterinary Schools Officer Rachel Brady at rachel@oztrekk.com or call 1 866-698-7355 (toll free in Canada).

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

World-class veterinary training at Melbourne for Canadian science graduates

The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) at the Melbourne Veterinary School is an outstanding opportunity to turn your passion for animals and your sense of adventure into the study experience of a lifetime.

Melbourne Veterinary School

Study the Melbourne DVM

  • Join the number one ranked university in Australia (Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2012-2013).
  • Gain an internationally recognized veterinary qualification, including one year of clinical, lecture-free training.
  • Become job ready: Melbourne is ranked number nine in the world for graduate employability (QS World University Rankings, 2012-2013).

The Melbourne Veterinary School joins an elite group of veterinary schools outside of North America which have achieved American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accreditation. Accreditation from the VMA means that the University of Melbourne DVM is recognized in the United States or Canada, making Melbourne graduates eligible to sit the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination—a prerequisite for all veterinarians who seek to practice in North America.

Currently, the University of Melbourne is the only university in Australia to offer a postgraduate professional-entry veterinary program.

The Melbourne Veterinary School recognizes that its students are graduate learners, who bring to the classroom a vast range of prior knowledge, skills and experiences. Melbourne believes that learning occurs in multiple hands-on settings; in the dissection room, the laboratory, the postmortem room, the clinic or the paddock. The school focuses on the progressive development of graduate attributes required of a veterinarian, across multiple learning domains, from the beginning of the course.

Course Structure

First and Second Years (Parkville and Werribee Campuses)

Introduction to the scientific basis of animal health and disease with integrated studies in

  • veterinary bioscience (anatomy, physiology, pathology, and pharmacology of each organ system;
  • applications in animal health (determinants of disease in populations and in production animal systems) infections, populations and public health (infectious agents as causes of disease in individual animals and populations); and
  • increased opportunities to practice solving “real life” problems, with a focus on syndicate and team work (four hours per week of case-based group work).

Third Year (Werribee Campus and Veterinary Hospital)

Students commence their clinical training with an introduction to the principles of clinical practice and to species-based medicine and surgery.

Fourth Year (Practical Year)

Fourth year is a practical year conducted under supervision in the veterinary hospital and via external placements. During this year, students apply knowledge gained during the course to clinical cases. It includes a final, intensive two-week professional practice program, which consolidates knowledge and prepares Melbourne DVM students for the transition into the workforce.

Apply to Melbourne Veterinary School!

Think you might be interested in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) at the Melbourne Veterinary School? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Veterinary Schools Officer Rachel Brady at rachel@oztrekk.com or call 1 866-698-7355 (toll free in Canada).

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

Melbourne DVM prerequisites

The University of Melbourne Veterinary School‘s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) is always a popular choice among our OzTREKK students. As with many graduate degrees, it has prerequisites that are required in order for students to be eligible for entry into the program.

Eligible applicants must have completed

  • an undergraduate science degree (minimum three-year degree); and
  • prerequisite subjects including at least one semester of study in each of cell biology or general biology, and biochemistry.

The specific prerequisites for graduates are at least one semester of study in each of biology (cellular or general) and biochemistry. A list of approved biochemistry subjects offered by other institutions which are deemed equivalent to Biochemistry at the University of Melbourne is available at sc.mdhs.unimelb.edu.au/prerequisites. Just scroll down to “Have you already assessed my Subjects?” and click on “International.”

Acceptable undergraduate science degrees at Canadian universities include science degrees with majors in Agriculture, Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biomedicine, Physiology or Zoology.

Selection into the Melbourne DVM will be primarily based on academic achievement. Selection will be based on results (grades) obtained in your final year undergraduate science subjects as well as your second last year (penultimate) undergraduate science subjects, weighted 75:25 toward the final year subjects. Applicants with a 75% average or above should apply.

Applicants should submit detailed course outlines (i.e., course syllabus) to OzTREKK for their cell biology/general biology and biochemistry subjects, to assist the university in determining whether the applicant has completed the program prerequisites.

The University of Melbourne may conduct interviews in order to clarify aspects of an applicant’s application, and students may be asked to provide references or evidence to demonstrate their interest in a veterinary career.

Part of the selection criteria for entry in 2014 and beyond will be consideration of an applicant’s personal statement explaining his or her interest in pursuing a career in the veterinary science profession and demonstrating his or her commitment to animal health and welfare. This statement can include details of relevant work experience (paid and unpaid).

Applicants must be familiar with the Core Participation Requirements statement of the DVM.  The course is intellectually and physically demanding and applicants must declare that they are fit for study. Applicants must also agree to undertake an approved Animal Handling and Safety course prior to commencing farm and clinical work, and the must agree to be vaccinated against Q Fever and tetanus. A core requirement of the course includes site visits to abattoirs and vaccination against Q Fever is a pre-condition of attending these visits. Applicants must also agree to the use of animals in teaching. There are no exemptions to this requirement.

University of Melbourne’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program

Program title: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: Late February/early March
Program duration: 4 years
Application deadline: December 20, 2013. OzTREKK note: If you are interested in the Melbourne DVM program for the 2014 intake, it is advised that you apply as soon as possible in order to allow yourself time for the pre-departure process should you receive an offer.

Apply to Melbourne Veterinary School!

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Do you have questions about Melbourne Veterinary School and the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program? Would you like more information about studying veterinary programs at Australian universities? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Veterinary Schools Officer Rachel Brady at rachel@oztrekk.com or call 1 866-698-7355 (toll free in Canada).

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

Melbourne Veterinary School examines shared health

Veterinary science at the University of Melbourne—and around the world—is moving toward a more integrated, “one health model,” with vets and human doctors sharing research and treatment techniques for diseases such as cancers and immune disorders, to benefit both humans and their pets.

To keep companion animals healthy and happy, veterinary knowledge and treatments have rapidly expanded and accelerated, becoming tightly linked with human medicine and enabling the two professions to inform each other—the “one health model.”

Head of the Neurology and Neurosurgery service at the University of Melbourne’s Melbourne Veterinary Hospital in Werribee, Dr Sam Long notes that dogs suffer from more than 350 genetic disorders, many of which resemble human conditions. The most common diseases among purebred dogs include cataracts, cancer, epilepsy, heart disease, and allergies.

Dr Long says that humans and dogs share more than 80 per cent of their genes, particularly developmental genes, and what they know from human medicine can often benefit the treatment of pets. The University of Melbourne veterinarian adds that dogs are more genetically similar to a person than a mouse.

Dr Long set up the Neurology and Neurosurgery service in Werribee after training in the UK and working in the US. The service is the only university-based teaching and training neurology service for animals in Australia.

To keep up with the latest in human medicine, and how it can be put into practice to treat animals, Dr Long attends weekly neurological surgery and imaging rounds at a number of Melbourne hospitals.

He says research at the university’s Veterinary Hospital is driven by the clinical cases referred to it, as well as by collaboration with human doctors, treating brain tumours, epilepsy, trauma, slipped discs and other neurological conditions. The Melbourne Veterinary Hospital boasts Australia’s first 1.5-Tesla veterinary magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) unit.

When treating brain tumours, the neurology team is also taking another cue from human medicine to improve cancer treatments for dogs. In many human brain tumours, doctors see changes in specific proteins due to gene mutations. Such proteins are known as a “biomarkers,” because they can be used to identify particular disease processes.

Dr Long and his colleagues at the veterinary hospital and are now studying whether protein mutations can be used to diagnose brain tumour types in dogs, as biomarker presence may possibly indicate a better response to chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

Many other animal diseases considered equivalent of the human conditions, such as ALS, diabetes, and inflammatory bowel disease, are treated at the University of Melbourne Veterinary Hospital. The Small Animal Internal Medicine section at the university’s vet hospital is also an incredibly busy place, seeing more than 700 animals each year, with many requiring repeat assessment and treatment.

While some people are amazed at the similarities between human hospitals and animal hospitals, Melbourne Veterinary Science Associate Professor Caroline Mansfield points out that animals also have accidents and get the same diseases as humans, so it makes sense to have a 24-hour emergency service and all of the same clinical services as a major hospital for people.

“The one health model is now very beneficial to our work as vets or doctors,” the Melbourne professor added. “It means that as our understanding of human and animal biology increases, the potential to do clinically relevant research is only limited by our imagination and funds available.”

University of Melbourne’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program

Program title: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: Late February/early March
Program duration: 4 years
Application deadline: December 20, 2013

Entry Requirements

Eligible applicants must have completed

  • an undergraduate science degree (minimum three-year degree with majors in Agriculture, Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biomedicine, Physiology or Zoology); and
  • prerequisite subjects including at least one semester of study in each of cell biology or general biology, and biochemistry.

Selection into the University of Melbourne’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program will be primarily based on academic achievement. Selection will be based on results (grades) obtained in your final year undergraduate science subjects as well as your second last year (penultimate) undergraduate science subjects, weighted 75:25 toward the final year subjects. Applicants with a 75% average or above should apply.

The University of Melbourne may conduct interviews in order to clarify aspects of an applicant’s application, and students may be asked to provide references or evidence to demonstrate their interest in a veterinary career.

Apply to Melbourne Veterinary School!

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Do you have questions about Melbourne Veterinary School and the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program? Would you like more information about studying veterinary programs at Australian universities? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Veterinary Schools Officer Rachel Brady: Email Rachel at rachel@oztrekk.com or call 1 866-698-7355 (toll free in Canada).

 

Monday, May 13th, 2013

Melbourne’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

A revolutionary program for the 21st century

With a completely revitalized curriculum, the University of Melbourne’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program is the first of its kind in Australia. The program is part of the ground-breaking “Melbourne curriculum,” in which important undergraduate academic foundations are laid before specialization at the graduate level. This makes the University of Melbourne unique in Australia and at the cutting edge of international educational trends. The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine is a four-year master’s level course that enables entry into the veterinary profession.

The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine means…

  • a curriculum that embraces the latest clinical technologies and evidenced-based practices;
  • an interesting range of study areas taught in a stimulating way—tapping into the wealth of experience of Melbourne’s team of expert veterinarian;
  • international recognition through accreditation by Australian, North American and British agencies, allowing graduates to easily work overseas;
  • internationally recognized and trained staff with extensive experience in veterinary education, advanced practice and research;
  • a practical and hands-on focus, including a final year of lecture-free practical training in Melbourne’s Veterinary Hospital and at other approved sites;
  • accessibility for local, rural and international students;
  • opportunities to pursue scientific investigations in a dynamic research environment;
  • a strong cohort experience for our local and international students, with active mentorship by Melbourne’s dedicated teaching staff;
  • graduates finish with two degrees: an undergraduate science degree to provide important theoretical foundations in science and the DVM for specialized graduate-level theoretical and practical training in veterinary science;
  • excellent networking, placement and employment opportunities arising from strong national and international links with the veterinary profession, agricultural and animal health industries and research agencies; and
  • flexible, knowledgeable and capable graduates.

Program title: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: Late February/early March
Program duration: 4 years
Application deadline: December 20, 2013

Entry Requirements

Eligible applicants must have completed

  • an undergraduate science degree (minimum three-year degree with majors in Agriculture, Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biomedicine, Physiology or Zoology); and
  • prerequisite subjects including at least one semester of study in each of cell biology or general biology, and biochemistry.

Selection into the University of Melbourne’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program will be primarily based on academic achievement. Selection will be based on results (grades) obtained in your final year undergraduate science subjects as well as your second last year (penultimate) undergraduate science subjects, weighted 75:25 toward the final year subjects. Applicants with a 75% average or above should apply.

The University of Melbourne may conduct interviews in order to clarify aspects of an applicant’s application, and students may be asked to provide references or evidence to demonstrate their interest in a veterinary career.

Apply to Melbourne Veterinary School!

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Do you have questions about Melbourne Veterinary School and the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program? Would you like more information  about studying veterinary programs at Australian universities? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Veterinary Schools Officer Rachel Brady:

Email Rachel at rachel@oztrekk.com or call 1 866-698-7355 (toll free in Canada).

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Study Veterinary Medicine at University of Melbourne

Students wishing to fulfill their dreams to study veterinary science at an internationally-respected university have the opportunity to come one step closer to making this a reality.

Loretta Gibson from the Faculty of Veterinary Science at the University of Melbourne, Australia, will be visiting Toronto this month to provide interested students and parents information about the veterinary science programs offered at the (more…)