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Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

Address: 205 Duck Pond Dr, Blacksburg, VA 24061, United States

Description Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

  • Location: Blacksburg, Virginia, USA
  • Year of foundation: 1978
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students: more than 700
  • Type of training: mixed.

Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine was founded by the Virginia General Assembly and is a regional professional school based on two leading universities: Virginia Tech University and the University of Maryland in College Park.

The college provides DVM, Master's and Doctoral degree programs in biomedical and veterinary sciences.  There's also a joint program with virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine that allows you to earn a master's degree in public health. In addition to these degrees, students can participate in residency and internships in desired areas of interest.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
23+
from 9 000 $ / year

Accommodation, housing and food

Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, in partnership with Virginia Tech, provides some students with several semester-per-semester dorm options, tying from $2875 to $5347.  Accommodation can be single and shared, the price includes utilities.

Events Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

After hours, college students can attend:

  • Veterinary social work activities
  • Student organizations of various medical and social directions: horse breeding, club of companion animals, Christian association, etc.
  • Internship.

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The college is located in four buildings on the Blacksburg campus. Important places for students to study:

  • Lecture halls
  • Practical and research laboratories
  • Several libraries, including book repositories of partner universities.

The practice is carried out in the following institutions:

  • Veterinary Clinic on the Virginia Tech Campus
  • Animal Cancer Treatment and Research Center located in Roanoke
  • Marion DuPont Scott Medical Center is a horse clinic at the Institute of Technology.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

Training takes place in semesters, followed by exam weeks - spring and autumn sessions.

Additional expenses will include:

  • Compulsory health insurance and annual examinations
  • Registration fees
  • residence
  • nutrition
  • transport
  • Mobile communication and Internet
  • Textbooks, reference books
  • Personal needs.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Before admission, all applicants are given the opportunity to attend campus tours and trial lectures.

Admission to DVM programs:

  • Application from January 22 to September 15
  • Virtual interview
  • Payment of non-refundable fee in the amount of $ 60
  • Completed preliminary courses
  • Transcripts of previous places of study
  • Entrance exams.

Admission for applicants of magistracy and postgraduate studies:

  • Online application on the official website of the college
  • GRE exams (minimum score: 150)
  • TOEFL for international students (from 90 points)
  • Coursework in biology
  • Transcripts of previous places of study
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • resume
  • Statement of Academic and Professional Goals describing research experience.

Scholarships Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

Thanks to the large number of investors in the 2020-2021 academic year C,the standard committee provided about 310 scholarships totaling $659,000.

Acceptance of applications for payments opens in the spring of each year and ends in mid-June.

Material assistance of the state:

  • Right to borrow up to $40,500 per year in federal unsubsidized loan
  • The right to receive a loan of up to $ 5,000 per year for medical students. At the moment, this program gives loans at 5% and does not accrue interest.
  • Eligibility for Graduate PLUS.

College Scholarships:

  • FAFSA Program Payments
  • Payments on financial necessity – one-time and emergency
  • Scholarships for academic excellence.

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- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
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- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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