Right now I'm living in america, but saw that university of kosice is offering a GVM 4 year program and wanted to apply. I have a bachelors in animal science and planning to apply, but was confused on one of their pages where it described the program
so does this mean even with a bachelor's degree that I would have to acquire another bachelors from the university and then continue my education even further to obtain a DVM or is it with my bachelors I have now that I can be directly placed into the 4 year DVM program right off the bat? I'm also curious how visas work for students that are not slovak citizens and finally if someone could give maybe a brief schedule of how classes are and attendance policies, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you for the help!
- a) study programmes of the first level (bachelor study programmes) – three years (6 semesters),
- b) study programmes of the second level (master study programmes following the bachelor study programmes) – two years (4 semesters),
- c) combined first and second level study programmes (doctoral study programmes) – six years
- (12 semesters),
d) combined first and second level study programme (master study programme) – five years
e) study programmes of the third level (postgraduate study programmes), full- time form four years; the external form five years.
- The graduates of the bachelor study programmes of university studies are awarded the academic degree “bachelor” (“Bc.”); the graduates of the master study programme of thecombined first and second level are awarded the academic degree “magister” (“Mgr.”);the graduates of the doctoral study of the combined first and second level are awardedacademic degree “doctor of veterinary medicine” („DVM“); the graduates of thepostgraduate study programme of the third level are awarded the academic degree“doctor” („philosophiae doctor”, abbrev. “PhD.“).
Kosice Veterinary medicine advice
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