UQ Veterinary Students Association

If you’re considering studying at an Australian Veterinary School, or specifically at the UQ Veterinary School, you should know that there is a University of Queensland Veterinary Students Association (UQVSA) available to support you during your studies! The UQVSA is elected each year from within the upcoming fourth-year class, by the veterinary science student body, to act as their representative.

University of Queensland Veterinary School
Study vet science at UQ’s beautiful Gatton Campus!

The role of the UQVSA is to support the veterinary science student body by
  • representation within the university and the animal health care industry as a whole;
  • providing educational resources, equipment and recreational amenities;
  • acting as a central coordination and approval system for negotiating funding and sponsorship from UQ, corporate sectors, government sectors and other external sources; and by
  • organizing professional seminars, social events and the special interest groups (SIGs).
The UQVSA aims to provide a professional voice of representation for the UQ Veterinary School student body. Their aim is to support the students while ensuring they graduate with not only an excellent education, but also a rewarding and enriched university experience.

UQ Veterinary School’s Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc)

Program title: Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc)
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Program duration: 5 years
Application deadline: Nov. 15, 2015; however, as the program can fill quickly, it is recommended that students apply as early as possible.


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