Accredited by the Cyprus Agency of Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Higher Education (CYQAA), this degree has been developed to meet the requirements for recognition in EU/EEA countries. All students benefit from a curriculum that has been aligned with Day One Skills and Competences as required by RCVS, AVMA, EAEVE, and the World Organization for Animal Health.
With our devoted Student Success Team, students are matched with a personal tutor, and students meet one-on-one with Career Advisers to track their studies and steps, for practice after graduation. As an EU degree, graduates who are from one of the countries that constitute the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland will be eligible to apply to practise veterinary medicine. Each member state has its own regulations as to which stage of its training programme you will enter, and any additional requirements that you will need to demonstrate (such as language proficiency). While the DVM degree is recognised by many different countries internationally, applicants are advised to check with their own individual national authorities, if they wish to practise in their own country. Throughout the journey, students will find support and guidance in aligning with national licensure exams, such as NAVLE based on their preferred postgraduate pathway. Our Student Success Team hosts career experts, and in due course alumni, to advise on best practice for working in different regions of the world in support of students’ goals.
The Careers & Alumni Office at UNIC have been advising an international population of students for more than a decade, by providing personalised career paths to support the career aspirations and options of our students and assisting with applications for employment. Students have scheduled, required meetings as they progress in their studies. In addition, our Careers Advisers are available for ad hoc one-to-one meetings so that veterinary students can plan their pathways to practise. Students will meet with Careers Advisers from their first year to discuss their goals and the framework to licensing in their country of choice. The Careers & Alumni Office support students from their first year, throughout their studies, and well into their careers.
The Careers & Alumni team develop routes-to-registration for our multi-national student body to facilitate student understanding of timelines and the requirements for licensure. This includes information for those seeking to practise in the UK, USA, Israel, and more. This one-to-one guidance provides a personalised, student-centred approach recognising that each student has different goals.