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Veterinary Medicine is the biological and physical study of animals to diagnose and prevent animal diseases in Malaysia.
Is one of your favourite movies Dr. Doolittle? Not because of Eddie Murphy’s funny antics, but rather the way he connected with the animals he treated. Do you love animals as much as you do people (sometimes even a little more)? Then perhaps you may want to study Veterinary Medicine in Malaysia.
A course in Veterinary Medicine will enable you to prevent and treat illnesses and injuries in animals. You can specialise in a type of Veterinary Medicine such as surgery, and/or a group
Emergency and critical care
Neurology and neurosurgery
Reptile and amphibian
Anatomy and Histology
Anaesthesiology and Analgesia
Epidemiology and Public Health
Health of Aquatic Animals
Animal Health: Wild & Exotic Animals
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If you’re an animal lover and some of your best friends are your little fur balls, then this is going to be your dream job.
With so many degree options out there, here are some top reasons why you should study Veterinary Medicine:
No two days are the same for a Vet. You’ll meet different kinds of animals, some as cute as a furball while others just won’t let you touch them. You’ve gotta use your expertise and animals instincts to coax them to calm down and treat various types of injuries.
You can utilise your veterinary degree to progress into an assortment of parts with different associations, for instance, veterinary pharmaceutical organisations, wildlife offices, research centres, scholarly establishments or the military.
The creature clearly can't clarify what is annoying them, so you'll need to make sense of things in light of the physical exam, lab tests, and proprietor remarks.
“Personally, I have always felt that the best doctor in the world is the Veterinarian. He can't ask his patients what is the matter...he's just got to know.”
- Will Rogers
At least CGPA 3.0, with minimum B in Biology AND another subject (Physics, Chemistry or Additional Mathematics)
The applicant must possess a Bachelor's degree (with honours) in Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from recognised universities with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.00
A Master’s Degree (with thesis) in a relevant field with minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.75
Applicant from a local public university who is in the final semester of his/her Master study programme may be considered for provisional admission provided his/her current cumulative grade point average (CGPA) fulfil the graduate program requirement.
Important Note: Diploma is not offered for this course. Students can enrol for a pre-university programme in science stream before applying for a degree in Veterinary Science. This degree is equivalent to a Medical degree so you’ll graduate to be a doctor specialising in animals.
It is not necessary for you to do your postgraduate but doing so would help you advance in your career and open up more job opportunities. You can opt to work straight after degree as well.
Vets need to be able to adapt to the changes in their field and advances in technology. Veterinary science is constantly changing and in some states, it is compulsory to refine and update your skills. You’ll need to be versatile and ready to adapt.
You’ll need to be able to diagnose animals, all of whom cannot speak (Unless you’re Dr. Doolittle!). You have to be able to understand animals based on only what you see, and be able to correctly determine what’s wrong, which requires some skill!
You care about animals, sometimes a little too much. It requires skills that cannot be taught, namely empathy when dealing with sick animals and their owners, to truly care for both, to treat not the disease, but the patient.
Below are a few of the top Veterinary Medicine firms in Malaysia.
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