Four-year Veterinary DVM Program

Entry Requirements Four-year Veterinary DVM Program

Veterinary medicine does not need to apologize for its past; it has passed through the same stages of empiricism and quasi-science through which modern human medicine has more slowly toiled, has overcome the same popular prejudices, and is now participating in equal honor and equal reward.

University of Pennsylvania. School of Veterinary Medicine

Four-year Veterinary DVM Program

Students entering the 4-year DVM program at St. Nicholas University School of Veterinary Medicine are required to have a minimum of 60 college/university credits.

Veterinary Technician Graduates & All Other Students

Veterinary Technician Graduated from Trinidad, Guyana, USA and Canada are welcome to apply for the Four-year Veterinary DVM program and are given special consideration according to their overall experience, and professional and academic attainments. All other persons of the age of 18 years and over, who do not otherwise satisfy the requirements set out for admission into the 4-year DVM Program at St. Nicholas University: School of Veterinary Medicine may nonetheless qualify for entry based on their overall experience, and professional and academic attainments. Such persons will be required to submit curriculum vitae with full details of their experience and continuing education activities along with their applications.

Advanced Standing and Transfer Students

Applications for admission with advanced standing are welcomed from students from veterinary schools recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and or the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB). Acceptance of transfer credit is at the discretion of the University.
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