What does it mean to be the best university for veterinary science in Australia? It means being taught by world-leading animal and veterinary scientists from the moment a student sets foot on our campuses.
It’s studying in the latest facilities, in small groups to maximise learning, and in courses at the cutting-edge of knowledge in the field.
It means leaving as a globally respected graduate with the experience and skills to make a difference to the health, welfare and conservation of animals all around the world.
And it means undertaking research across a range of specialisations to better tackle the big, complex issues facing the world.
Professor Andrew Dart
Academic Advisor - Placements, Clinical and Preparatory
Dr Peter J White
Academic Advisor – Placements, Industry
Professor Paul McGreevy
Academic Leader – Animal Welfare
Dr Bianca Waud
Program Director of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Professor Jan Slapeta
Equity and Diversity Coordinator
Dr Sanaa Zaki
Academic Advisor (Admissions)
Ingrid van Gelderen
Academic Advisor, Sydney
Associate Professor Chris Grupen
Academic Advisor, Camden
Associate Professor Imke Tammen
Academic Advisor, Outcome Assessment
A free public talk by presented by Catherine Grueber, an evolutionary and population geneticist who strives to use innovative science to help save endangered species.
World first research to show how we can save endangered sea lions
This masterclass will be delivered onsite at Taronga Zoo. Our masterclasses program is your opportunity to taste test our curriculum. Delivered from a class that may form your future course, so you can explore which postgraduate option is right for you.