Veterinary Medicine degrees

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  • Employment rate: 90%
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  • Employment rate: 78%
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  • Employment rate: 90%
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  • Employment rate: 80%
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  • CUG ranking: 10th
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  • Employment rate: 100%
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  • CUG ranking: 9th
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Studying about Veterinary Medicine

A veterinary medicine degree requires a love for animals. Being one of the more competitive degrees out there, you will learn about the structure and function of animals, both when they're healthy and when they're ill. Typically a five-year degree, you will build up your knowledge and skills of how to treat animals and care for them. Having great communication skills, along with a genuine interest in the welfare of animals, is a must when pursuing a veterinary career once you graduate.

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