UQ Veterinary School moves to Gatton
Just last month, the UQ Veterinary School made the final move to consolidate all its activities at the UQ Gatton campus with the closure of the Small Animal Clinic at St Lucia.
The clinic, previously based in Yeerongpilly, was established at St Lucia more than 50 years ago to provide clinical education and skills to veterinary science students through the treatment of animals with excellence and dedication. The clinic now joins the rest of the UQ School of Veterinary Science at UQ Gatton in the most comprehensive animal research and training facilities in Australia.
Dedicated staff and students contributed to the Small Animal Clinic becoming a remarkable ambassador for UQ and this role will continue through the Veterinary Medical Centre services at the Gatton campus. Clinic staff have been held in high regard by generations of students and clients through their dedication and support in caring for companion and native animals.
About the University of Queensland’s Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) program
Program title: Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc)
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Program duration: 5 years
Application deadline: November 15, 2014
UQ Veterinary School applicants must have a secondary school diploma and have fulfilled Grade 12 prerequisites of Chemistry, Physics or Biology, Mathematics, and English for admission into this program. Generally, a B average is required for admission. Please note that the MCAT is not required for entry.
The University of Queensland’s School of Veterinary Science has full accreditation with the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and with both the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in the UK, enabling UQ graduates to also practice in North America, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Hong Kong and most of Asia. Graduates of UQ’s Bachelor of Veterinary Science program may sit the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination in order to be qualified to practice veterinary science in North America.