Master Refugee Studies - Máster en Estudios sobre Refugiados
The Master of Veterinary Studies runs parallel with training for the Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (FANZCVS), or other equivalent American or European Colleges, and involves attending and participating in clinical rounds, seminars, journal club and post-mortem presentations.
Achieve a breadth and depth of knowledge in a veterinary science discipline
Attain an advanced level of appropriate diagnostic, therapeutic and technical (including instrumentation) skills
Develop preliminary research skills, including the ability to search and critically review literature, and other relevant data bases, define questions/hypotheses, design and execute experimental studies, analyse and interpret results and to write reports and papers
Be effective in verbal and written scientific communication at the professional and community levels
Develop interpersonal and organisation skills towards leadership within the profession and the community
Prepare to pass examinations by the relevant certifying boards of professional bodies
A Bachelor of Veterinary Science (usually honours level) or recognised equivalent qualification. All students should be aware of the University’s English language requirements.
Students must be eligible for general registration with the Veterinary Practitioners Registration Board of Victoria in accordance with legislative requirements to practice as a veterinarian in Victoria.
Students enrol in this course on a part-time basis. Students enrolled in the Master of Veterinary Studies may enrol concurrently in the Master of Veterinary Science (Clinical) (by research) as part of the residency training program.
The Residency Training Program is available only for Australian and New Zealand citizens and Australian Permanent Residents.
Each year the Faculty issues a call for applications, usually in July.
Applicants to the program will be selected on the basis of their written application, an interview and referee reports. Successful applicants will have a veterinary degree which is registrable in the State of Victoria, good written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
Advanced Clinical Skills 1
Principles of Medicine & Surgery 1
Advanced Clinical Skills 2
Principles of Medicine & Surgery 2
Advanced Clinical Skills 3
Principles of Medicine & Surgery 3