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World Top 10 Universities for Computer Science l QS World Rankings 2019

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The field of Computer Science

Computer science is the study of programming languages that allow the computer to process and interpret a set of data in the form of programs. It enables the use of algorithms to manipulate, store, and communicate information in multiple platforms. A computer scientist studies the process flow and design software systems to facilitate it.

The best gripe of computer science is to understand how computer systems work and build a computer system to do as we wish. They’re also concerned with how computers store, process and interact with people and computers. With the advancement in software engineering, the key areas of study within Computer Science are artificial intelligence, systems and networks, security, bioinformatics and various other aspects of human computer interaction.

If you like STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) subjects and have a love for design, a degree in Computer Science is the program for you. You’ll be designing and learning all about algorithms and the ABC of system software and its functionalities. With a degree in Computer Science, you can get into various careers such as:

  • Software Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Computer Hardware Engineer
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Computer Network Architect
  • Web Developer
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Computer and Information Research Scientists
  • Computer and Information Systems Managers
  • IT Project Manager

Top 10 universities for computer science n the world according to QS World University Rankings 2019

Ever wonder which are the top 10 universities in the world? Excel Education has extracted a set of data from QS World University Rankings and compiled a list of the most sought after universities that offer the best Computer Science program in the world below:

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA

Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a private research university located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America. Founded in 1861 in response to the rising industrialisation of the States, MIT adopted the European polytechnic university model and stressed laboratory instruction in applied science and engineering. MIT has kept pace with and helped to advance the digital age. In 2001, inspired by the open source and open access movements, MIT launched OpenCourseWare to make the lecture notes, problem sets, syllabi, exams, and lectures from the majority of its courses available online for no charge, though without any formal accreditation for coursework completed.

LocationUnited States
Program availableElectrical Engineering & Computer Science Degree
Intake / Application DeadlineNovember (Early Application) & January (Normal Application)
Entry RequirementThe SAT or the ACT, as well as two SAT Subject Tests: one in math (level 1 or 2), and one in science (physics, chemistry, or biology e/m)(no minimum or recommended scores). (IB & A-Level might not be considered as substitute examination) Enquire
English Entry RequirementTOEFL 90 (Please note that IELTS is not acceptable)

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition FeeUSD 53,450 Enquire
Roughly Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc) (rent+food+misc)USD 19,710
Indicative Annual CostUSD 73,160

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

2. Stanford University, USA

Stanford University is another US private research university located in Stanford, California and founded in 1885 by Leland and Jane Stanford in memory of their only. Stanford is also known for its academic strength, wealth, proximity to Silicon Valley and Ranking as one of the world’s top universities by QS. Apple Founder, Steve Jobs used to hang out around there, it was mentioned in his biography. The university is organised around three traditional schools consisting of 40 academic departments at the undergraduate and graduate level and four professional schools that focus on graduate programs in Law, Medicine, Education and Business.

LocationUnited States
Program availableComputer Science Degree
Intake / Application DeadlineNovember (Early Application) & January (Normal Application)
Entry RequirementThe SAT or the ACT is required for all undergraduate applicants. If no sittings of these tests are offered in your country, IB & A-Level might be acceptable Enquire
English Entry RequirementTOEFL 102 or IELTS 7.5

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition FeeUSD 50,703 Enquire
Roughly Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc) (rent+food+misc)USD 20,000
Indicative Annual CostUSD 70,703

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

3. Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Carnegie Mellon University is a US private research university based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1990 by Andrew Carnegie as the Carnegie Technical School, the university became the Carnegie Insitute of Technology and began granting 4our-year degrees in 1912. The school renamed as Carnegie Mellon University in 1967 through merged of Carnegie Institute of Technology and Mellon Insitute of Industrial Research. The university consists of seven disciplines covering Engineering, Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Science, Business, Information Systems and Public Policy, and Computer Science.

LocationUnited States
Program availableInformation Systems & Computer Science Degree
Intake / Application DeadlineNovember (Early Application) & January (Normal Application)
Entry RequirementThe SAT or the ACT is required for all undergraduate applicants. If no sittings of these tests are offered in your country, IB & A-Level might be acceptable Enquire
English Entry RequirementBoth TOEFL & IELTS are acceptable

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition FeeUSD 54,224 Enquire
Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc)USD 20,399
Indicative Annual CostUSD 74,623

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

4. University of California, Berkeley (UCB), USA

The University of California, Berkeley is a US Public Research University located in Berkeley, California. Founded in 1868 to served as the flagship institution of the ten research universities affiliated with the University of California system. The University of California, Berkeley is ranked among the top 15 universities in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (15th overall). The university is considered one of the “Public Ivies”, meaning that it is a public university offering a quality education that is comparable to the Ivy League.

LocationUnited States
Program availableComputer Science Degree
Intake / Application DeadlineNovember (Early Application) & January (Normal Application)
Entry RequirementThe SAT or the ACT is required for all undergraduate applicants. If no sittings of these tests are offered in your country, IB & A-Level might be acceptable Enquire
English Entry RequirementBoth TOEFL & IELTS are acceptable

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition FeeUSD 46,170 Enquire
Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc)USD 18,900
Indicative Annual CostUSD 65,070

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

5. University of Cambridge, UK

The University of Cambridge is a UK public research university located in Cambridge, United Kingdom. Founded in 1209, Cambridge is the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world and the world’s fourth-oldest surviving university. The university initially grew out of an association of scholars who left the University of Oxford after a dispute with the neighbourhood. The university has made it one of the most prestigious universities in the world after years of history and influence.

LocationUnited Kingdom
Program availableComputer Science Degree
Intake / Application DeadlineJuly – October (Applicants from outside EU)
Entry RequirementBoth IB & A-Level are acceptable but you are required to be the top one or two per cent of your year group, and doing very well in the subject area you’d like to study. Enquire
English Entry RequirementTOEFL 110 or IELTS Academic 7.5

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition Fee£32,214 Enquire
Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc)£10,950
Indicative Annual Cost£43,164

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

6. University of Oxford, UK

The University of Oxford is a collegiate UK research university based in Oxford. There is evidence of teaching traced as early as 1096, making it one of the oldest universities in the world. The university is ranked first by the QS World University Rankings as of 2019 and is consistently ranked among the top ten universities in the world. Oxford has educated many notable alumni, including twenty-seven prime ministers of the United Kingdom and many heads of state and government around the world.

LocationUnited Kingdom
Program availableComputer Science Degree
Intake / Application DeadlineJuly – October (Applicants from outside EU)
Entry RequirementA*AA including at least an A in Mathematics, Further Mathematics or Computer Science. Those taking Further Mathematics A-level or AS-level are expected to achieve at least Grade A. IB is acceptable. Enquire
English Entry RequirementTOEFL 110 or IELTS Academic 7.5

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition Fee£34,678 Enquire
Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc)£10,950
Indicative Annual Cost£45,628

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

7. Harvard University, USA

Harvard University is a UK private Ivy League research university located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded in 1636 and named after for its first benefactor, clergyman John Harvard, Harvard is the US’ oldest institution of higher learning, and its influence, and wealth have made it one most prestigious universities in the world. Harvard was ranked the world’s best university every year since the QS World University Rankings was first released in 2011. Harvard has produced eight U.S. presidents, more than thirty foreign heads of state, 62 living billionaires, 359 Rhodes Scholars, and 242 Marshall Scholars. Ever wonder why Harvard has held the top spot every year.

LocationUnited States
Program availableComputer Science Degree
Intake / Application DeadlineNovember (Early Application) & December (Normal Application)
Entry RequirementThe SAT or the ACT, as well as two SAT Subject Tests: one in math (level 1 or 2), and one in science (physics, chemistry, or biology e/m)(no minimum or recommended scores). (IB & A-Level might not be considered as substitute examination) Enquire
English Entry RequirementTOEFL and other proficiency exams

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition FeeUSD 46,340 Enquire
Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc)USD 33,674
Indicative Annual CostUSD 80,014

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

8. EPFL – Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne,

Switzerland

Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) is a Switzerland research institute and university located in Lausanne. Established in 1853, the university specialises in engineering and natural sciences. EPFL is one of the world-leading universities in almost all fields. The QS World University Rankings by subject ranked EPFL 8th in the world in 2019. In connection with research activities, EPFL operates a nuclear reactor CROCUS, a Blue Gene/Q Super computer, a Tokamak Fusion reactor and P3 bio-hazard facilities.

LocationSwitzerland
Program availableCommunication Systems & Computer Science Degree
Intake / Application Deadline01 November – 15 December
Entry RequirementBoth IB & A-Levels or other equivalent qualifications with a final grade average 70 per cent or more of the maximum grade is acceptable Enquire
English Entry RequirementTOEFL 95+ or IELTS Academic 7.0

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition FeeUSD 1,275 Enquire
Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc)USD 24,000
Indicative Annual CostUSD 25,275

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

9. ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich) is a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) university located in Zurich, Switzerland. Founded in 1854 by the Swiss Federal government with the stated mission to educate engineers and scientists to serve as a national centre of excellence in science and technology and provide a hub for interaction between the scientific community and industry. in 2019, the university was ranked 10th in the world by Times Higher Education World Rankings 2018.

LocationSwitzerland
Program availableCommunication Systems & Computer Science Degree
Intake / Application Deadline01 November – 15 December
Entry RequirementBoth IB & A-Levels or other equivalent qualifications with a final grade average 70 per cent or more of the maximum grade is acceptable Enquire
English Entry RequirementTOEFL 95+ & IELTS Academic 7.0

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition FeeUSD 4,700 Enquire
Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc)USD 19,223
Indicative Annual CostUSD 23,923

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

10. National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

National University of Singapore (NUS) is a research university based in Singapore. Founded in 1905, NUS offers a wide range of Disciplines, including the sciences, business, medicine and dentistry, design and environment, law arts and social sciences, engineering, music and computing in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels

LocationSingapore
Program availableBachelor of Computer in Computer Science (With Honours*)
Intake / Application DeadlineDecember (Aug Intake) & June (Jan Intake)
Entry RequirementBoth IB & A-Levels or other equivalent qualifications with a final grade average 70 per cent or more of the maximum grade is acceptable Enquire
English Entry RequirementBoth TOEFL and IELTS are acceptable

The indicative annual cost:

ExpenseCost
Indicative Tuition FeeSGD 37,550 Enquire
Roughly Living Expenses (rent+food+misc)SGD 11,286
Indicative Annual CostSGD 48,836

*Disclaimer: The fees are only indicative of what is displayed on online websites. For a detailed breakdown, contact Excel Education.

Choosing the best university to study Computer Science?

As an International student, employment opportunity is what you might consider when choosing a country or university to study abroad. Therefore, you should aim to study at countries which allowed you to work during or upon completion of your studies. This may not come as a surprise that Australia is one of the best destinations for Computer Science course. International students who have completed computer science degree in Australia are eligible to apply for post-study-work visa to further stay for another 2-3 years either to continue their studies or look for employments. Besides, Australia is also known as one of the best places for migration, great living experience international students with its diverse mixed of cultures.

Want to know more about international student life in Australia? Find out more here.


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Need help applying for a scholarship? Check this article out and you’ll be good to go: Tips on applying for a scholarship to Australia

 

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Best countries to immigrate to in 2019

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Why do people choose to migrate?

Migration has been happening since the beginning of time. People often choose to migrate for the betterment of their future. One of the main reasons for people to migrate is economic reasons. People often choose to emigrate for better employment opportunities in the host nation as opposed to their native nation. In addition to economic stability, people are also compelled to migrate due to political and security reasons. When your native country becomes a place which is unsafe to the point where it impacts your livelihood, people often choose to permanently or temporarily migrate. Often cultural factors such as values and beliefs, also encourage people to migrate to a country which is either more secular or non-secular.

Most Popular Countries to Migrate Comparison Table 2018

CountriesVisa-free travelAverage time to Citizenship (including PR)Approx Investment Amount
Australia1696 yearsUSD 701,000
USA1747 yearsUSD 500,000
Canada1727 yearsUSD 509,000
UK1756 yearsUSD 2.5 M
Malaysia164N/AUSD 100,000

Most popular countries to migrate to for citizenship or residency:

Australia

Over 133,000 people from 190 different countries became Australian citizens in 2015-2016. 

Ranked 7th on the Henley Index, an Australian passport enables you to visit 170 countries without a visa. Many immigrants choose to migrate to the nation down under due to its high employability prospects, the standard of life and overall ease of immigration. Australia is a great country for international students who wish to work while studying. The job prospects and visa processing and residency for internationals is usually positive.

Why wait to immigrate? Check out the Top 10 Universities in Australia and work while you study.

United States of America (USA)

According to the 2016 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics, the United States admitted 1.18 million legal immigrants in 2016

The green card is a notable one of the strongest citizenships in the world with visa-free travel to approximately 174 countries. Becoming a US citizen allows the common man to live the American Dream and attain several benefits. Some of the benefits include ease of travel, in-state tuition, medical benefits and much more.

Canada

Under its Multi-Year Levels Immigration Plan, Canada is expecting to welcome nearly one million new immigrants between 2018 and 2020.

The Canadian passport is one of the most secure and respected travel documents in the world. Becoming a citizen of Canada allows you to visit up to 172 countries visa-free. As a country that is recognised as a friendly and tolerant country, lifestyle and culture allow anyone to live by their by own means. Some of the common benefits include voting rights, running for political positions and being able to work government jobs. In Canada, students can actually avail their permanent residence in approximately 5 years time, including the years on a student permit.

United Kingdom (UK)

In the year ending June 2018, there were 224,097 Tier 4 (sponsored study) visas granted, a 5% increase on the previous year.

The United Kingdom, once part of the European Union, is one of the world’s most famous and popular nations to reside in. Due to its strategic location amidst the various countries in Europe, it is a great destination for travelling. Becoming a citizen of UK, allows you to visit up to 175 countries visa-free which includes most of Europe. Some of the other benefits include the best medical care for free, no work restrictions, stable society and economy and the right to vote. Many students who wish to study in the UK, prefer to go to more cost-efficient countries such as Malaysia and then enrol into an exchange program which allows them to complete their final year in the UK. This allows them to pay less throughout their course but ultimately graduate and settle in the UK.

Fast track to the UK? Check out the Top 10 UK Universities for 2019.

Malaysia (Permanent Residency only)

In 2015, the net migration rate for Malaysia was 5.31 migrants per thousand population. A total of 136,293 international students from over 150 nations are currently enrolled at the higher learning institutions in Malaysia.

Malaysia is one of the cheapest countries to live in Asia. It is safe and culturally diverse with various ethnicities peacefully coexisting. The benefits of residency in Malaysia include the ease of visa processing, cheap costs for quality standard of life and various travelling opportunities within South-east Asia. Many students consider coming to Malaysia for their higher education as it is an easy way of gaining degrees recognised by many partner universities abroad whilst living the cost-friendly life.

Why wait to live in Malaysia? Check out Top Private Universities in Malaysia to live and study in Malaysia


Looking for an easy route to citizenship or residency?

The various options to secure residency or citizenship to one these countries is often an expensive and lengthy procedure. In Australia, average annual university fees cost USD 25,000 whereas the annual investment cost for citizenship would cost USD 100,000. Therefore, through the route of international higher education, you could actually get to your dream destination by investing a relatively less amount and gaining not only your permanent residency or citizenship but also a highly accredited degree. Alternatively, you may even apply for an inexpensive Diploma program and pursue a degree later on whilst completing your residency procedure.

Many international students enjoy their time in Australia so much that they apply for permanent residency so they can continue to live and work in Australia.

According to a report from May 2017, it reveals that Australia is host to 502,544 international students which was 14% higher than the international student enrolled in May 2016.

To find out more information on different academic routes into these destinations, scholarship opportunities and program details, simply connect with Excel Education

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Top Veterinary Science Universities in 2018 | Recognised by Vet Council of Malaysia

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Discover all you need to know of the top 10 Recognised Veterinary Universities by Vet Council of Malaysia, including what it is and why you should study this course.

Why Should You Study For a Veterinary Science Degree?

Veterinary Science can be extremely rewarding for those who have a passion for animals. Here are some of the top reasons why you should study a Veterinary Science degree.

(1) You have a strong desire to help sick animals

The core of veterinary solution involves caring for and treating sick creatures. As an animal specialist, it will be your duty to take care of the welfare of creatures. On the off chance that you are energetic about having any kind of effect on the lives of creatures, a Veterinary Science degree may very well be the profession for you!

(2) You have a keen interest in science and animals

A Veterinary Science degree will prepare you for the scientific learning of the care and prosperity of an extensive variety of creatures, from family pets to domesticated animals and natural life. You will take in the complexities of how creatures work and their conditions, and it can be entrancing in the event that you are somebody who is energetic about creatures.

(3) You want to save lives

Veterinary Science doesn’t simply deal with animals. It also manages the discovery, counteractive action and control of infectious animal diseases, for example, bird flu, can spread from creatures to people. As a vet, you can be on the front line of battling creature ailments through discovery and research, sparing the lives of not simply creatures but rather people as well!

What is Veterinary Science (VET)?

The Basics of Veterinary Science

Veterinary medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disorder and injury in non-human animals. People who study Veterinary Science often go on to be veterinarians, who are essentially animal doctors. When an animal is sick or unwell, a veterinarian (or commonly known as a vet) performs an examination to find out the cause of the illness (also known as “diagnosis”). The vet then gives suitable treatments in order for the animal to recover.

What are the Various Fields of Veterinary Science?

Much like in the human world, there are various specialties within Veterinary Science. Here are some major areas within Veterinary Science:

  • Vet Vocabulary / Explanation
  • Anaesthesiology: Pain relief for animals
  • Dentistry: Dental care for animals
  • Dermatology: Diseases and conditions of the skin
  • Internal Medicine: Diagnosis and treatment of illnesses, such as cardiology (heart), neurology (brain) and oncology (cancer and tumours)
  • Nutrition: Ensures animals’ diets meet their body’s requirement for nutrients
  • Pathology: Deals with causes & nature of diseases through lab examinations (e.g. autopsies)
  • Surgery: Deals with injuries and disorders that require surgical intervention
  • Zoological Medicine: Care of zoo animals, wildlife and aquatic animals

What are the entry requirements to study for Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

In order to pursue a degree in Veterinary Science, the academic are generally looking at

(1)  SPM / O-Level / IGCSE / Year 10 or equivalent qualification

  • Minimum of 5 credits, including Chemistry, English, Mathematics and Additional Mathematics

                                                                                                                    AND/OR

(2) Entry from STPM / GCE A-level / Foundation of Science / Matriculation (Australia, Canadian, American) / Diploma or equivalent qualification

  • STPM or Matriculation: At least CGPA 3.6, with minimum B in Biology AND one advanced science subject (eg. Chemistry or Additional Mathematics)

Entry requirements may vary depending on the university, so make sure you check with us (click here) before submitting your application!

How long is the study duration of Veterinary Science degree?

A Veterinary Science degree usually takes about 5 – 7 years depending on the curriculum and syllabus of the university.

Take University of Melbourne as an example, upon completion of pre-university equivalent qualification (eg. STPM, GCE A-level, Foundation in Science (from the G8 Universities), SAM and IB), student can enrol into either Bachelor of BioMedicine, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Agriculture. Following satisfactory completion of all subjects in the Veterinary Bioscience specialisation, student can progress into the Doctor Veterinary Medicine (DVM) with one year of credit exemption (first year units). Otherwise, Students not selected into the Veterinary Bioscience specialisation may apply for graduate entry into the DVM following completion of their Bachelor of Science.

Duration: Bachelor of Science (three years) plus the DVM with one year of credit (three years) = six years. 

What Would You Study in a Veterinary Science Degree?

A Veterinary Science degree will give you the knowledge and skills required to diagnose and treat animals. Some of the subjects that you may learn include:

  • Animal Anatomy
  • Animal Biochemistry
  • Animal Diseases
  • Animal Genetics
  • Animal Nutrition
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Bacteriology and Microbiology
  • Epidemiology
  • General Surgery
  • Pathology

Throughout your degree, you will be required to carry out practical training. This could involve stints at various places, such as livestock farms, places with non-livestock animals such as zoos, SPCA and wildlife sanctuaries, as well as vet clinics. Remember that studying for a Veterinary Science degree is not easy as it involves a lot of analytical skills.

Career Options with a Veterinary Science Degree

A degree in Veterinary Science will allow you to pursue the following career options:

  • Veterinary Surgeon
  • Veterinary Scientist
  • Veterinary Pathologist
  • Livestock Inspector
  • Livestock Veterinarian
  • Laboratory Animal Veterinarian
  • Marine Biologist
  • Pharmaceutical Researcher
  • Zoological / Wildlife Veterinarian

Where Can You Study Doctor Veterinary Medicine other then Malaysia?

Once you have completed your degree in Veterinary Science, you can apply to be a registered veterinary surgeon with the Malaysian Veterinary Council. You will also need to apply for an Annual Practicing Certificate which cost about RM20. This is required in order for you to practice veterinary medicine in Malaysia.

Below here are the lists of Veterinary Universities in overseas that are recognised by the Veterinary Council of Malaysia

Australia Enquire

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition
Fee Per Year
2018/2019
University of MelbourneBachelor of Veterinary Bioscience (Honours) +
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)(6 years)
AUD 41,232 (Bachelor)
AUD 68,736 (Doctor)
University of QueenslandBachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) (5 years)AUD 60,112
University of SydneyBachelor of Veterinary Biology + Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
(5 years)
AUD 47,000 (Bachelor)
AUD 60,000 (Doctor)
Murdoch UniversityBachelor of Science (BSc) in Veterinary Biology + Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) (5 years)AUD 58,698

Canada Enquire

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition
Fee Per Year
2018/2019
University of SaskatchewanBachelor of Science in (Animal Bioscience) (2 years)
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) (4 years)
USD 18,249 (Bachelor)
USD 16,512 (Doctor)
University of GuelphBachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) (5 years)USD 20,840

New Zealand Enquire

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition
Fee Per Year
2018/2019
Massey UniversityBachelor of Veterinary Science (5 years)AUD 60,160

United States of America (USA) Enquire

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition
Fee Per Year
2018/2019
Colorado State UniversityUndergraduate in Biomedical Science (4 years) +
Professional Veterinary Medicine (PVM) (4 years)
USD 20,000

United Kingdom Enquire

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition
Fee Per Year
2018/2019
University of BristolBVSc Veterinary Science (D100) (5 years)£ 28,300
University of Cambridge  Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVM&S) (5 years)£ 52,638
University of EdinburghBachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVM&S) (5 years)£ 30,200
University of GlasgowBachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery  (BVMS) (5 years)£ 29,250
University of LiverpoolBVSc Veterinary Science (5 years)£ 33,600
University of London: Royal Veterinary CollegeBachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVetMed) (5 years)£ 33,990

Malaysia Enquire

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition
Fee Per Year
2018/2019
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)Doctor of Veterinary MedicineRM 4,780
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK)Doctor of Veterinary MedicineRM 25,745

CAUTION: The program fee listed above are provided as a general guide only, the fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet.

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