Doctor Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – 5 Year Undergraduate Entry Degree
1. High School Leaving Certificate
High School Leaving Certificate with 90% overall score (18/20 overall in the Greek/Cypriot High School Leaving Certificate), to include similar grades in Chemistry and one of either Biology, Physics or Maths.
Or: GCE A’ Levels with grades ABB, to include Chemistry and one of either Biology, Physics or Maths, and one more subject
Or: International Baccalaureate with 32 overall and a combined score of 16 at Higher Level, to include Chemistry and at least one of either Biology, Physics or Maths.
Candidates are reviewed holistically, so all grades will be reviewed including in Biology, Physics and Maths to ensure your knowledge and achievement in these areas meets the demands of our curriculum.
Applicants from other education systems may be considered. For any other qualifications please contact us so we can assess your eligibility.
Candidates who hold a Bachelor’s Degree in a field relevant to Veterinary Medicine can be considered for admission to the first year of the course.
2. English Language Requirements
6.5 overall in the IELTS (with 6.5 in writing and a minimum of 6.0 in all other elements)
Or: 79 in TOEFL iBT
Or: grade 5 in the GCSE (or B with the old grading system)
Or: a score of 5 in English in the International Baccalaureate Standard Level (SL)
Or: a score of 8 in English in the European Baccalaureate.
Students from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada (only for English speaking provinces), Australia and New Zealand are exempt from this requirement as long as they have graduated from an English-speaking high school.
3. An Interview – In-person or Online
The objective of the interview is to establish whether the student has the appropriate skills and attributes to complete the course successfully and to practise veterinary medicine professionally.
Applicants need to demonstrate through volunteer experience that they have an understanding of the biological, psychological and social dimensions of veterinary medicine to support their application, thereby displaying their suitability for a career in veterinary medicine.