The Integrated Master in Veterinary Medicine is based on a rigorous teaching, with a very strong practical component and tutorial guidance, based on Problem Based Learning, in which students take a central role in their learning process. ...
Allowing the globalization of teaching and the internationalization of students. Here, students are really evolved in a multicultural and international context. There is no equivalent alternative in Portugal.
Own facilities, which include clinical structures, like the Clínica Veterinária Universitária Egas Moniz, research laboratories, anatomy classrooms and will include University Veterinary Hospital for Companion and Exotic Animals, Equines and Livestock Species.
Vast network of partnerships
With external public and private institutions, that are part of the pedagogical and scientific cooperation network, in the various areas of knowledge of Veterinary Sciences. These partnerships aim to achieve the level of excellence, integration and specialization that characterizes this Integrated Master in Veterinary Medicine by allowing students to access and contact with external facilities of excellence in the different areas of Veterinary Sciences.
Strong practical component
In which the student takes a central role in its training process, under a close tutorial orientation based on Problem Based Learning, ensuring an efficient acquisition of skills.
Companion animals clinic;
Farm animals clinic;
Exotic and wild species clinic;
Animal production and breeding;
Biotechnology and diagnosis;
Food quality of products of animal origin;
Hygiene, Technology and Agro-Food Safety;
Veterinary Public Health;
Education and Training;
Get on board for this journey
Introduction to Animal Organism
Animal Organism I - From Molecule to Cell
Animal Organism II - From Cell to Tissue
Animal Organism III - From tissue to organism
Genetic fundamentals: from the genome to the population
Veterinarian and Society
Professional Orientation I - clinical and research laboratory
Animal Body Function I
Animal Body Function II
Animal Body Function III
Introduction to diagnosis
Plant Biology, Agriculture and Environment
What you need
For students coming from a non-Portuguese High School (EU):
Have completed, or have completed in the current academic year, a course of high school education;
Hold a foreign secondary education course and wish to apply under the terms of article 20-A of Decree-Law no. 296-A/98, of 25 September.
These candidates will have to apply for the equivalence to continue their studies, at a public portuguese high school after the equivalence is granted, they should go to the DGE facilities to request the substitution of the entrance examinations, through article 20-A.
For non-EU students:
Non-holders of any EU citizenship (in accordance with Article 2 of the Regulation);
Be the holder of a high school qualification or equivalent (through Equivalence of Foreign Qualifications at DGE);
or Have taken national final exams of foreign secondary education that are considered equivalent to the entrance exams set for the chosen program. - In the abesence of said exams, the candidate will have to take an aptitude test at the institution.