Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

Enrolling for January 2022 - GRE Optional for all 2022 Sessions

Accredited,* immersive, accelerated — a DVM with a different perspective.

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Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

Enrolling for January, May, and September 2021 — GRE optional

Accredited,* immersive, accelerated — a DVM with a different perspective.

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DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

Accredited* by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education, our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program offers an accelerated, broad-based curriculum that prepares 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 the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and abroad, working in private practice, conservation, academia and beyond. It’s a network that has established itself as strong members in their fields, while continuing to grow a tradition of excellence and achievement.

  • Accelerated curriculum (3.25 years) that produces practice-ready graduates who are eligible for licensure in all 50 US states, Puerto Rico & Canada
  • Hands-on animal interaction early on in our culturally distinct St. Kitts campus environment featuring exotic marine and wildlife
  • Flexible clinical training options and global learning opportunities at AVMA-accredited* sites in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand & Ireland
  • Research opportunities in our new state-of-the-art facility, as well as access to strategic partnerships and dual-degree and postgraduate programs
  • Communications and essential veterinary skills training begins your first semester to best prepare for your veterinary career
  • Immersive student clubs provide opportunities to enhance and execute classroom teachings in the real world

START DATES

January 10, 2022

May 9, 2022

September 5, 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.

Financing Your Education

Aid Options

Student loans from governmental and other agencies, combining family resources and private sources are all typical ways students finance the cost of their veterinary school education. You can borrow for up to the per-semester cost of attendance.

Scholarship Options

Ross Vet offers a number of veterinary school scholarships you may apply for before beginning your first semester, as well as throughout your student career. New scholarships are added as we receive them, so check back frequently.

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"I would definitely recommend going to Ross Vet. It is going to be different, but that's why there is a real sense of community. Everyone is supportive. Everyone is looking out for you, making sure you're succeeding, because the professors and your classmates want you to succeed."

Christina Colon, Class of 2019