Bachelor's Degree in Veterinary Medicine

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the UAB is the only academic institution in Catalonia to have been awarded a quality assurance certificate from the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE) in recognition of its quality training of professional veterinarians

  • Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
  • Bellaterra campus
  • Duration: 5 courses - 300 credits
  • Places: 115
  • Admission mark: 11,641
  • Price per credit: 39.53 euros
  • Language: Catalan (69%), Spanish (30%) and English (1%).
  • Academic calendar
  • Learning mode: Classroom-based learning
 Bachelor's Degree in Veterinary Medicine
If you are interested in studying a degree with a bright professional future, think about considering our faculty. In one same area of the UAB campus you will find all you need to acquire a quality professional training:  
  • Hospital Clínic Veterinari for small and larrge animals, open 365 days a year, with the largest number of licensed specialists in all of Spain. Equiped with the latest diagnosis technology tools (ressonance imaging, gammagraphy, tomography, etc.)
  • Farm Services and Experimental Fields, academic support to the faculty and the research conducted in different UAB departments and institutes.
  • Necropsy Hall and Veterinary Pathology Diagnosis Service (SDPV), offering anatomopathological and histopathological diagnoses to the Hospital Clínic Veterinari and the Farm Services, as well as to external entities.
  • Animal Health Research Centre (CReSA), for research and development in the animal health field. Collaborations among the UAb, the IRTA and the private sector.
  • Special Research Centre / Food Technology Plant (CERPTA), for academic and research activities dedicated to developing technological and quality aspects in the food sector.

Career options

The main areas of employment for graduates are:

  • Clinical care and surgery for domestic animals, farm animals and exotic animals
  • Animal health and production in livestock, aquicultural and agricultural farming
  • Hygiene and inspection of animal-derived foods in slaughterhouses, markets, food industries, freezing industries, etc.
  • Control of diseases and conservation of wild animals in zoos and natural spaces
  • Production of laboratory and stable animals
  • Genetic engineering and biofood laboratories

Mobility programmes

Professional training

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