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Veterinary Medicine - Research

Graduate Research Programmes
At the heart of UCD’s research strategy is the ambition to address the challenges that will shape Ireland’s future and its role in the wider world. The UCD School of Veterinary Medicine’s research programmes address key national issues include environment, energy, agri-food, health, and the development of evidence based policy. These align with many of the current global challenges in areas such as energy, food shortage and environment.

Students undertaking graduate research degrees within the School have an opportunity to contribute to these nationally and internationally important areas of research while developing their knowledge of their area of research and research skills. As a school we harness the complementary energies of research and teaching to drive graduate education. Our goal is to produce confident, highly-skilled graduates with the potential to make major contributions to the knowledge economy in Ireland and abroad.

Graduate research degrees are available at Masters and PhD level.

Duration

MSc
D019/D020: 2 years full-time/4 years part-time

MVM
D025/D026: 2 years full-time/4 years part-time

MAnSc
D011: 2 years full-time

PhD
D003/D004: 3 years full-time/6 years part-time

Further enquiries

For General queries please contact the School office on
Tel.: + 353 1 716 6100
Fax: + 353 1 716 6104
Email: vetprogrammes@ucd.ie

Comment

PhD: Students undertaking a PhD within the School have an opportunity to contribute to nationally and internationally important areas of research while developing their knowledge of their area of research and research skills.

MAnSc/MSc: Students undertaking a PhD within the School have an opportunity to contribute to nationally and internationally important areas of research while developing their knowledge of their area of research and research skills.

MVM: Students undertaking an MVM within the School have an opportunity to contribute to these nationally and internationally important areas of research while developing their knowledge of their area of research and research skills.

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