St Nicholas University
About the School of Veterinary Medicine
School of Veterinary Medicine in Dominica
Established by a Canadian-educated medical doctor with personal motto being „affordable and accessible quality education”, and with passion for science, research and learning, our school is a perfect place for those who want to study and to succeed in Veterinary career.
Our School of Veterinary Medicine also extends active patronage over St. Nicholas Animal Rescue Dominica. Rescuing and sheltering animals in need (mostly dogs), together we try to make difference, and stop animal cruelty. This non-profit organization creates a chance for you to assist in different capacities as a volunteer while you study here. This, in turn could extend your hands-on experience, adding to your training and qualifications.
Commitment to excellence in:
- Delivery of a comprehensive undergraduate veterinary medical education; Clinical, diagnostic and professional teaching
- The creation and distribution of new knowledge through research, graduate veterinary education, and continuing education in animal health, disease, and welfare, and its relation to human health.
- Providing affordable and accessible quality veterinary education
We provide excellent undergraduate veterinary medicine education. This is to be accomplished within an atmosphere of academic integrity and scholarship, which fosters the highest standards of professional ethics and competence.
The program will support the goals and objectives of the undergraduate veterinary medical education program. The curriculum provides:
- Development of knowledge, skills and behaviors required to approach clinical presentations
- Excellence in delivery of a comprehensive undergraduate veterinary medical education, emphasizing production animal health, ecosystem and public health, equine health, and investigative medicine;
- Excellence in clinical, diagnostic and professional teaching and service, in collaboration with our community, and;
Excellence in the creation and distribution of new knowledge through research, graduate veterinary education, and continuing education in animal health, disease, and welfare, and its relation to human
- A curriculum which encapsulates conventional medicine alongside alternative and natural medicine teaching and research.