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Lativia University of Life Sciences and Technology

In Jelgava besteht die Möglichkeit Tiermedizin auf englisch zu stueiren. Das Studium dauert 6 Jahre und Du studierst dort an der Lativia University of Life Sciences and Technology. Die Stadt Jelgava befindet sich nur ca. 40km von der Hauptsadt Riga entfernt.

Tiermedizin – Lativia University of Life Sciences and Technology

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  • Universität – Lativia University of Life Sciences and Technology

  • Studiengebühren – 3.500 € pro Semester (7.000 € pro Jahr)
  • Studiendauer – 12 Semester (6 Jahre)
  • Aufnahmeprüfung – Aufnahmetest (Biologie und Chemie) + Englischnachweis (Minimum – IELTS score 6.0, TOEFL score 547, TOEFL-iBT score 76)
  • Approbation – Voll anerkannt in der EU

Studienplan/Curriculum

1. Jahr: Botany and Pharmacognosy; Physics; Inorganic Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Valo1036 Professional Foreign Language; Latin Language I, II; Biochemistry; Basics of Biometry; Introduction to Studies. Applied Psychology I, II; Anatomy of Domestic Animals I, II; Genetics; Forage Production and Animal Nutrition I; Cytology, Histology and Embryology I; Animal biology, Ecology, Ethology I, II; Animal biology, Ecology, Ethology I, II; Practical Agriculture Management;

2. Jahr: Theory of Economics; Anatomy of Domestic Animals III; Forage Production and Animal Nutrition II;Cytology, Histology and Embryology II; Physiology I, II; Animal Husbandry I, II; Animal biology, Ecology, Ethology III; Bacteriology, Mycology, Virology I, II; Animal biology, Ecology, Ethology III; Immunology; General Pathology I; Animal and Environmental Hygiene I; Organisation of Veterinary Service I; Physiology, Ethology and Welfare;

3. Jahr: Forage Production and Animal Nutrition III; Bacteriology, Mycology, Virology III; General Pathology II; Animal and Environmental Hygiene II, III; Pharmacology, Pharmacotherapy and Toxicology I; Radiology I; Clinical and Laboratory Diagnostics I, II; Operative Surgery and Topographical anatomy I, II; Anesthesiology and First Aid; Special pathology and Forensic Veterinary Medicine I, II; Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases I;

4. Jahr: Radiology II; Clinical and Laboratory Diagnostics III; Internal Medicine, Herd Health I, II; Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases II; Small Animal Surgery I, II; Small Animal Internal Medicine I, II; Animal Postmortem Necropsies; Epidemiology; Farm Animal Reproduction I; Clinical Practice I; Large Animal Practice I, II;

5. Jahr: Pharmacology, Pharmacotherapy and Toxicology II, III; Organisation of Veterinary Service II, III; Special pathology and Forensic Veterinary Medicine III; Internal Medicine, Herd Health III; Farm Animal Reproduction II; Large Animal Surgery I, II; Infectious Diseases I, II; Food Hygiene and Inspection I; Basics of Food Technology; Diseases of Miscellaneous Animals I; Clinical Practice II; Clinical Rotation I;

6. Jahr: Organisation of Veterinary Service IV; Food Hygiene and Inspection II; Diseases of Miscellaneous Animals II; Foodborne Diseases; Food Marketing; Food Toxicology; Clinical Rotation II, III; Food Hygiene and Inspection; State exames (Infectious diseases, Hygiene; Internal Medicine, Pathology; Surgery, Reproduction)

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Kosten: 3.500 € pro Semester (7.000 € pro Jahr)
Semesteranzahl: 12
Aufnahmeprüfung:
Aufnahmetest (Biologie und Chemie) + Englischnachweis (Minimum – IELTS score 6.0, TOEFL score 547, TOEFL-iBT score 76)
Voll anerkannt in der EU