As the only Veterinary School on the island of Ireland we are proud to hold accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) following a successful reaccreditation site visit in January 2014.
During the most recent AVMA COE site visit the UCD School of Veterinary Medicine was commended for:
- Clinical facilities kept in very good order and promoting the learning experience of the students
- The development of a state-of-the-art dairy facility at Lyons Research Farm
- Faculty availability and engagement with student support issues, and the peer mentoring program
- The care and attention provided by faculty for the learning and personal wellbeing of students
Statistics highlighting the success of UCD students in the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE) can be viewed on the School Accreditation page.
The newest member of the School's Graduate Certificate portfolio begins with its second intake of students this week.
‘Current and Future Ethical Challenges Facing the Veterinary Profession in Ireland’ - Launch of research report
The research report ‘Current and Future Ethical Challenges Facing the Veterinary Profession in Ireland’ was launched at the UCD School of Veterinary Medicine on Tuesday 6 September 2016.
Sourav Bhattacharjee's article "DLS and zeta potential - What they are and what they are not?" is garnering global recognition this week.
This week, UCD School of Veterinary Medicine prepares for the departure of Professor Grace Mulcahy MVB PhD MRCVS after a decade as head of school. This interview - originally featured in the Veterinary Ireland Journal - looks back at Professor Mulcahy's remarkable impact on the profession to date and looks forward to what the future might hold.
At the end of June the ‘UCD Squared – Connected One Health’ conference brought together experts from University College Dublin (UCD) Veterinary School, The University of California, Davis (UC Davis) Veterinary School, the Irish Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, and Zoetis.