Exchange students in veterinary medicine
When there is a partner agreement between our faculty and yours it is possible to apply for a clinical rotation. For more information about the application procedure please contact the International Office of your home university. The faculty of Veterinary Medicine offers a few courses in English for international students. You can find more information about clinical rotations, courses in English and partner universities here: Exchange students Veterinary Medicine.
International undergraduate students
Farm Animal Health and Veterinary Public Health
Are you studying Veterinary Medicine at a degree programme in Veterinary Medicine within Europe which is accredited by the EAEVE or AVMA and are you not a veterinarian? If so, the Master's programme in Farm Animal Health and Veterinary Public Health at Utrecht University's Faculty of Veterinary Medicine may well be for you.
To be eligible to apply for admission to the Master’s programme Farm Animal Health and Veterinary Public Health you have to complete the ‘Prep course Farm Animal Health and Veterinary Public Health’ offered as a four-week summer course at the Utrecht University Summer School.
More information about the programme and admission requirements: Farm Animal Health and Veterinairy Public Health.
Utrecht Summer School
The Utrecht Summer School offers a broad selection of over 200 summer courses in various disciplines. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine organizes every year multiple courses in collaboration with the Utrecht Summer School.
For professionals who would like to keep developing themselves, Utrecht University and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine offer education for professionals.
Online medical courses are offered by Elevate. ‘Professionalism in an era of Change’ is an online course for professionals offered by Coursera.
The faculty of Veterinary Medicine offers a challenging and dynamic research environment for both veterinary and non-veterinary PhD students. The quality of PhD research and of PhD education and supervision are priority matters for the Institute of Veterinary Research. You can find more information here.