Pursuant to the Veterinary Care Act, a graduate of the Veterinary Care course is prepared for the profession of specialist veterinary technician. Our students will be taught also under the guidance of experienced and qualified veterinary physicians with long-term experience in veterinary medicine. The training of veterinary physicians and veterinary technicians, assistants and nurses is closely linked. Our primary goal is to prepare our graduates to independently provide animal care and fully-fledged assistance to veterinary physicians in all types of veterinary facilities, whether at veterinary clinics, veterinary offices or other facilities designed for breeding and care of animals (e.g. in rescue stations, animal shelters, farms, ranches and therapeutic facilities). Additionally, our goal is to prepare our graduates for the work in state veterinary supervision or veterinary medicine research. The graduates receive the DiS degree (associate degree).
A list of subjects can be found here.