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New answer posted
3 years ago
Member since Jul' 2018
Answered 3 years ago
There are various universities in Australia that have veterinary courses that your son may be able to apply to. Please do have a look at the following links and websites below:
Universities offering Veterinary Degrees
Study in Australia
How to Study Vet Science
Hope you find this helpful, wishing your son and his dreams good luck!
Member since Nov' 2019
I believe its too late for me to re-enroll him into the SPM pathway to complete his Veterinary studies. Can you share some options that he can go in Australia.
Currently in Malaysia, the only veterinary options available for study are for students doing their Masters and PhD. These degrees are also only available in public universities as private universities do not have this option. The public universities will usually accept students who have taken the SPM and not international curriculums. For more information about veterinary studies in Malaysia, please refer to Malaysian Qualification Register.
If you son chooses to study veterinary, I suggest that you either enroll your son in SPM (the Malaysian school curricula) so that achieving the degree is easier if you plan to stay in Malaysia. However, the easiest and convenient suggestion would be to enroll in veterinary studies abroad if your son wishes to continue with IGCSE.Hope this advice is helpful, good luck!