Why should you consider Sydney Veterinary School?
So why should you consider studying at Sydney Uni? Let us count the reasons:
1. Innovative, Student-Focused Teaching
The DVM embraces the latest in student-focused teaching methodologies, recognising your experience and maturity as a graduate learner. From small group, case-based scenarios to online modules and laboratory sessions, you will realise your potential while studying in a small faculty offering a high level of individual interaction between staff and students.
2. Practical and Professional Skills
Practical and professional skills development takes place in multiple hands-on settings, from the laboratory to the hospital to the farm, both on-campus and in industry placements. You will have the opportunity to develop and practice your skills in new, state-of-the-art clinical skills facility as well as during professional placements and on university farms.
3. Student Experience
Participate in the vibrant, diverse and unique social life at Sydney at both faculty and university-wide levels. Sydney’s active student societies, including VetSoc and the Camden Farms Society ensure you will have a rich and rewarding experience, both in and out of the classroom.
4. Location and Facilities
Enjoy the inner-city convenience of the Camperdown campus, and the relaxed rural beauty of our Camden campus. The faculty maintains teaching hospitals at both campuses, providing small-animal, large-animal, equine and livestock services as well as a dedicated avian, reptile and exotic pet hospital.
5. Leading Researchers
Sydney Veterinary School internationally recognised and passionate staff include some of the world’s best veterinary and animal science researchers. The quality of their research programs has been recognised by a top ranking of five out of five for veterinary sciences research in the latest Excellence in Research for Australia rankings. As a Sydney DVM student, you will be exposed to emerging discoveries in veterinary medicine and have the opportunity to participate in cutting-edge research.
6. International Perspective
Study global veterinary medicine in a one health framework—the Sydney DVM places you at the intersection of animal, human and ecosystem health. You will develop the skills to pursue expanding career opportunities arising from global concerns about food security, biosecurity and emerging diseases.
7. Leadership and Careers
The final-year mentoring program supports professional and personal development, and provides you with access to both University of Sydney and off-campus professionals. Sydney has a strong global alumni network providing you with excellent employment opportunities in the veterinary, public health and agriculture sectors!
Program: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Location: Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Program duration: 4 years
Application deadline: September 14, 2016