The School of Veterinary Medicine aims to inspire and educate veterinary professionals who will advance veterinary medicine to meet the needs of a changing world.
Tuesday 27 Jun. 2017
Thursday 29 Jun. 2017
As the UK's newest School of Veterinary Medicine, we are creating a vet school that is different.
Professor Chris Proudman, Head of School of Veterinary Medicine
Take a look inside the pioneering new School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Surrey and see pictures of our first-year student vets in practice.
View our infographic to discover unusual and interesting facts about our School of Veterinary Medicine.
The University of Surrey has officially launched an £11m Veterinary Pathology Centre which will provide a focus for pathology research, education and commercial activity.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) inhibits the effective prevention and treatment of an ever-increasing range of infections and it is now being widely debated and recognised as a growing threat to global public health.
Third year School of Veterinary Medicine students Chloe Cross and Zoe Nalborczyk present their research at BSAVA Congress.
Research published today in Research in Veterinary Science reveals that vitamin D supplementation reduces the incidence and severity of tuberculosis (TB) in wild boar and red deer. The pilot study of 40 animals was conducted by a multidisciplinary team of scientists from the University of Surrey (UK), Universidad de Extremadura (Spain), and SME Ingulados (Spain).
Researchers from the University of Surrey and the University of Nottingham set out to determine which types of nutritional supplements were used in dressage and eventing horses, and the reasons behind owners using them.
Partnerships underpin the University of Surrey School of Veterinary Medicine. The initial concept for a new vet school that capitalised on pre-existing community and professional links among academics and clinicians was the idea of key individuals in our foundation partner group.
The early development of the School has been supported by the passion, knowledge and dedication of our founding partners. As the School has evolved, additional strategic partnerships have been developed to increase opportunities for teaching and research ensuring our students obtain the widest range of experiences in their studies.
Reflecting the variety of roles that vets play in society, we are proud to work in close cooperation with a range of other key supporting partners in veterinary clinical education. Through joint appointments, ongoing research links and provision of student placements, this diverse group helps us to prepare our graduates for successful and challenging careers: