How Long Does It Take To study Veterinary In South Africa?

What is Veterinary?

A veterinarian, also known as a veterinary surgeon or veterinary physician, is a medical professional who practices veterinary medicine.

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They manage a wide range of health conditions and injuries in non-human animals. 

How Long Does It Take To study Veterinary In South Africa?

Veterinarians in South Africa typically study for a minimum of 6 years.

What subjects do you need to become a vet in South Africa?

To attain a degree in veterinary sciences, you must register for BSc 1 with Chemistry 117, Mathematics 134, Molecular and Cell Biology 111, and Physics 131.

Be ready for initial disappointment: very few school-leavers are accepted.

How much does it cost to study to become a vet in South Africa?

A Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree typically costs R444818.08-R857863.44 per year for in-state tuition and fees (resident rate)

or R651340.76-R1048499.76 per year (for four years) for out-of-state tuition and fees (non-resident rate). In general, tuition costs are higher for non-residents attending a state school.

Are our vets in high demand in South Africa?

Veterinarians are urgently required in South Africa in order to bridge the skill shortages.

Not only will your work entail helping sick animals, but also educating people on matters such as sterilization and prevention.

This is an opportunity for you to make a significant difference in the country.

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