COMPARISON OF SUBJECTS: Veterinary courses Added:24.8. 2009
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COMPARISON OF SUBJECTS: Veterinary courses

In childhood we are all probably at least while dreaming of a vet profession – to heal leg neighbor girls, chatting with the birds as Arabella or heal a riding horse. Those who went after his dream relentlessly, already know that it is not no fairy tale job. Difficulty studies is accountability, which must vet every day on my shoulders to bear.

Veterinary Medicine: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary and Pharmaceutical University in Brno

** ** Course characteristics This field can be studied as a six-year master's, it is also possible to build a three-year doctoral full-time study or combined. Graduates have the closest to what the majority of the work of one veterinarian present.

** Items ** Among the items found as compulsory courses focusing in general (eg biology, ecology, genetics, botany, especially at the beginning of study) and specialized (anatomy, histology) that are gradually growing. Of course there is a mandatory practice and various internships. A detailed timetable for each year of studies find that „here“: http://fvl.vfu.cz/rozvrhy.

** The requirements for entrance exams ** The entrance examination is in written form and the required knowledge of chemistry and biology curricula within schools. To help candidates may also study the average (the last two years of secondary school), results in GCSE and any extracurricular activities. In a very good degree average over the last years of secondary school entrance exam can be waived.

Chances of acceptance: 27% (as of 2007/2008)

** More information ** The web of the faculty ": http://fvl.vfu.cz/

Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology: Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology, Veterinary and Pharmaceutical University in Brno

** ** Course characteristics It is also a six-year master's program, which allows you to establish a doctoral program in eight different disciplines. Graduates are primarily concerned with protecting public health and animal ecology, and granted a DVM degree ..

** Items ** The content of the study is initially quite similar to the field of Veterinary Medicine, will be added over time, more specialized subjects such as hygiene products or food. A detailed schedule for each year of study, see the „here“: http://fvhe.vfu.cz/rozvrhy/.

** The requirements for entrance exams ** The entrance examination is in written form, are also required knowledge of chemistry and biology curricula within schools. To help candidates may also study the average (the last two years of secondary school), results in GCSE and any extracurricular activities. Applicants may attend a preparatory course.

Chances of acceptance: 60% (as of 2007/2008)

** More information ** The web of the faculty ": http://fvhe.vfu.cz

[* Pes.jpg. (Love for animals is a prerequisite for working in the field of veterinary care) <] * *** Love for animals is a prerequisite for the work of veterinarians (photo: stock.xchng) *

Further study options === ===

Here we briefly introduce a few other schools offer studies in veterinary fields. In both cases, a secondary school. ** Veterinary prevention: SOS animal, mechanization and horticulture in the Czech Budejovice ** The four-year study, including the theory and practice enables graduates to perform as an assistant veterinarian technician and Animal Breeding. „Web School“: http://www.soscb.cz/ ** Veterinary Prevention: High School Emil Holub in the Czech Budejovice ** Daily four-year study of secondary level, tuition fees paid. Candidates are recruited on the basis of an oral interview and academic results in chemistry and biology in high school. „Web School“: http://www.oaeh.cz

Source of chances for adoption: „Tutor“: http://www.tutor.cz/…skoly-seznam




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