Teaching activities

Teaching Activities

The Centre for Veterinary Wildlife Studies does not have academic status.The various degrees offered in wildlife are the responsibility of the Departments in the Faculty housing the disciplines. For specific details about the fields of study and opportunities for postgraduate students, please contact the Head of the relevant Department in which the discipline is dealt with; relevant details can also be found if you click on Research.Further queries can be forwarded to the Director of the Centre for Veterinary Wildlife Studies, Prof Leith Meyer,at [email protected]

Staff members of the Centre nevertheless participate in teaching activities of undergraduate and postgraduate modules. They coordinate the undergraduate elective in Wildlife, Ostrich and Crocodile Health (WOC610). They also participate in postgraduate modules in the BVSc (Honours) and course work MSc (Tropical Animal Health) programmes, as well as the MSc (Veterinary Science) and PhD programmes of the academic departments.

The Masters programme for veterinarians (MMedVet)(Fer) which is recognised by the South Arfrican Veterinary Council (SAVC) for registration as a specialist veterinary wildlife practitioner, is coordinated by members of the Centre on behalf of the Department of Production Animal Studies.

Continuing education

CEatUP presents the Wildlife Chemical Immobilisation Course. For more information, see the course brochure. For the enrolment form, please click here or contact Prof Leith Meyer at [email protected]

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