University of Saskatchewan

Western College of Veterinary Medicine

Veterinary student Joselyn Bongiorno takes a close up look at equine semen during Vetavision 2009.

WCVM Undergraduate Program

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program

The WCVM's four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program prepares students to meet the needs of animal health care in Western Canada and beyond. 



For more information, please visit the links below or you're welcome to download the following brochures that give more details about the College's DVM program:

WCVM prepares you for the world

The WCVM provides its students with a comprehensive veterinary education that's internationally recognized for its quality and depth. WCVM graduates have a broad knowledge of the basic pre-clinical sciences and sufficient practical education in clinical veterinary medicine - allowing them to successfully enter practice or advanced educational programs in the specialty fields of veterinary medicine.

For more information about the diverse range of career opportunities available in the veterinary profession, visit the Veterinary Profession in the Future Students section.

WCVM: International accreditation

The WCVM is fully accredited with the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) to operate as a qualified centre for veterinary education and research. Full AVMA accreditation means: 

The College is also recognized by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. This means WCVM graduates are eligible for membership in the RCVS, allowing them to practise in the United Kingdom and any country recognizing RCVS membership.