Q. What are the admissions requirements for Small Animal Clinical Sciences' combined graduate/residency programs (Msc/MVetSc)?
A DVM (or equivalent) plus previous participation in an internship program and/or equivalent appropriate practice experience is a prerequisite for our graduate student/residency programs. Candidates must be appointed to one of our residency programs before applying to do graduate studies in Small Animal Clinical Sciences. Visit Admissions Requirements for more details.
Residency programs offered vary from year to year but may include small animal internal medicine, small animal surgery, ophthalmology, anesthesiology,dentistry, medical imaging, oncology and exotic, wildlife and zoological medicine. View the list of current graduate student opportunities in this department.
A number of these residency programs are filled through the Veterinary Internship/Residency Matching Program (VIRMP). Go to the VIRMP website (http://virmp.org) for details on residency positions available through the VIRMP and application instructions. The VIRMP application deadline is early December for positions starting he following summer. Once appointed to one of our residency programs, successful candidates will then apply to the College of Graduate Studies and Research. Applications sent to the College of Graduate Studies and Research prior to being appointed to one of our residency programs will not be accepted.
Applicants from countries where English is not the first language must provide proof of English projiciency. Acceptable tests of English proficiency for the University of Saskatchewan, and a listing of countries for which such a test is not required, can be found at www.usask.ca/cgsr/prospective_students/requirements/english.php
Q. What are the admissions reqirements for Small Animal Clinical Sciences' graduate program (MSc)?
All students wishing to apply for the MSc graduate program in Small Animal Clinical Sciences must first have a faculty member in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences who has agreed to supervise their program. Supervisors in SACS must have project and graduate student funding in place prior to accepting a graduate student.View the list of current graduate student opportunities in this department