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Enrolling for September 2021 and all 2022 Sessions - GRE Optional

Ross Vet's accelerated DVM program provides global learning opportunities

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Accredited* & Accelerated

Be practice-ready and eligible for licensure in Canada, the US and abroad in as few as 3.25 years with our AVMA-accredited* DVM degree program.

Canadian Clinical Training

Have the option to complete your clinicals in Canadian universities, or explore global learning opportunities at AVMA-accredited* sites in the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand & Ireland.

Specialized Financial Aid

From key partnerships with CIBC to Canadian scholarships to a dedicated team there to assist with provincial funding and more, our goal is to help with your financial needs.

OUR PROGRAMS

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

Accredited* by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education, our programs offer accelerated, broad-based curriculums that can prepare you for all facets of your veterinary careers. You’ll receive a world-class education on our high-tech campus, while growing in the culturally distinct and empowering environment of St. Kitts.


Since its founding in 1982, Ross Vet has graduated more than 5,500 veterinarians now practicing across Canada, the U.S., Puerto Rico and abroad, working in private practice, conservation, academia and beyond. It’s a network that has established itself as having strong members in their fields, while continuing to grow a tradition of excellence and achievement.

START DATES

May 10, 2021

September 6, 2021

January 10, 2022

THE APPLICATION PROCESS

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Apply online or through VMCAS

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Schedule your admissions interview

What is the DVM curriculum like?

Preclinical Curriculum consists of 127 semester credit hours of specifically prescribed course work. The Clinical Curriculum consists of three semesters of clinical training at an AVMA-accredited* school of veterinary medicine in the US, Canada, Ireland or Australia that is affiliated with Ross Vet.

How long does the Ross Vet DVM program take to complete?

The DVM program is designed to be completed in 10 semesters, or 3.25 years.

What is VetPrep?

Ross Vet offers a one-semester Veterinary Preparatory (VetPrep) program for students who may benefit from specific courses that will enhance the likelihood of their success in veterinary school.

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"I’ll be honest, the first year was the hardest for me. You have to adjust to living in a different place. You can get homesick. But then people who started as strangers become your new family, and they understand what you're going through like no one at home. Now that I look back, I wouldn't have traded those 2 1/2 years for the world. I've grown so much as a person and have a unique skillset I feel will only help me become a better veterinarian."

Meghan Thorne, DVM 2018