Graduate Student Mandy Murray, DVM, MPVM, PhD., examines radiographs of horse legs in the J.D. Wheat Veterinary Orthopedic Research Laboratory.
The Graduate Education Program affiliated with the School of Veterinary Medicine makes use of the graduate group concept. Self-governing organizations of faculty members formed for the purpose of a graduate group may transcend school, college, and departmental boundaries; the group is sponsored by the departments of the participating faculty members. The value to graduate students is that they may interact with faculty campus-wide.
International students must complete a preliminary application for review of minimum entrance requirements and are not eligible for financial aid during the first year. Please visit the School of Veterinary Medicine International Programs website for more information specific to international students.
Deadline for applications is April 1 for domestic students, March 1 for international students. Some programs have earlier deadlines; check with your program.
For further information, contact:
250 Mrak Hall
University of California
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
Graduate Studies contact numbers
Fellowships, Student Support: 530-752-7481
Recruitment and Retention: 530-752-0650
School of Veterinary Medicine Program: 530-752-1383