The Animal Nutrition and Nutritional Diseases programme at Near East University will give you an introduction of the feed additives (performance promoters, preservatives etc.) that used in ration formulation, their usage doses and importance in diets.
Students are given every opportunity to learn all aspects of the Veterinary occupation at the educational complex, which consists of the main education building, Animal Hospital, Havva Hanım Education and Learning, Application and Research Farm and the Arapköy Horse Farm.
The Near East University Veterinary Faculty, which remains the only one of its kind, has the mission of producing Veterinary doctors who are competent, effective, inquisitive, researchers who are environmentally friendly, self-confident when making and applying decisions in light of the principles of Veterinary education, who overcome the problems that animal husbandry brings, produce scientific information regarding animal and public health, spreading this information and can provide all services that are related to this topic.
The fundamental vision of the faculty is to become respected on an international level in terms of education-teaching and service, to be regarded as a leader in the field in national platforms and to be a leading preferred educational institution.
The education building, which also includes the fully equipped Near East University Animal Hospital, consists of lecture halls, dissection and necropsy halls, and a fully equipped multidisciplinary and microscopy laboratory. Students are given practical and theoretical lessons related to the departments of Basic Veterinary Medicine Sciences, Pre-Clinical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Animal Nutrition and Zootechnics Food Hygiene and Technology.
Students are given the opportunity to apply clinical applications on all animals including cats and dogs at the Animal Hospital located within the building. The Animal Hospital, which provides polyclinics and inpatient wards, has four general and one specific (eye, tooth, ear diseases etc.) examination room, a central diagnosis laboratory, an imaging centre, two operating theatres (one used for soft tissue and the other used for orthopaedic surgery), a post-operative intensive care unit and hospitalisation units in which students have the opportunity to practice medical and surgical techniques. Additionally, it provides services to the community regarding pet health.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
International Students pay € 800/course + 5% VAT
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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