Source: Press release
Do you want to study in one of the most rapidly evolving sectors of the global market, offering you the opportunity to either be self-employed, work in a large organization, or dedicate yourself to the field of research while contributing to the development of scientific innovation and progress? Then study veterinary medicine at the newly established and innovative Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program at the University of Nicosia.
The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Nicosia, which will start accepting students in September, has been assessed and accredited by the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Body for Higher Education (AQAQB), which offers you the guarantee that you are studying with a proper and comprehensive curriculum and that, upon graduation, you will earn a university degree recognized not only by the countries of the European Union but also worldwide.
The program was designed by a team of eminent Professors and Academics and is chaired by the former Dean of the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Professor of Small Animal Medicine, Michael Herrtage. It is a five-year course in English and will be taught by renowned academics. Moreover, throughout the course, in addition to the theoretical courses, practical training will be offered, so that students will be able to put their knowledge into practice immediately and gain professional experience and skills, resulting in a deeper understanding of veterinary medicine which will contribute to a more successful future in the profession.
By studying Veterinary Medicine at the University of Nicosia, you will have the opportunity to open your own veterinary clinic, work in a larger veterinary organization, or even get involved in the livestock sector, one of the more important sectors of Cyprus that needs strengthening with the influx of new ideas and applications for the benefit of the country’s economy.
More importantly, one of the most pressing issues facing humanity today is that of climate change, and the livestock sector will play a crucial role not only in saving the planet but also in the health of the human race – just think that the most dangerous and deadly diseases we have had to deal with in recent years have been caused by animal diseases, which were a result of incorrect breeding and rearing practices (mad cow disease, swine flu, avian flu, coronavirus are just a few examples).
So whether you have a special love for animals and want to care for them, or you have a love for the environment and want to contribute to its preservation, enroll in the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Nicosia, which is internationally recognized as one of the best universities in the world, and take your future in your own hands.
[This article was translated from its Greek original]