Orientation is an important and exciting time in your university life, marking your transition into both the university and the faculty. If you have accepted an offer to study with us in 2018, find information here on enrolment, student cards, orientation sessions, student clubs and more.
Intensives at Dookie
Studying or doing fieldwork at Dookie campus is an exciting experience. Dookie Farm enterprises (dairy, broadacre cropping, sheep, piggery and orchard) are managed as commercial ventures, incorporating research and educational programs.
Internships can help you decide on a career path you would like to follow. They provide hands on experience and can lead to other opportunities for work or study.
Masters by Coursework Research Projects
A research project subject is an opportunity to undertake detailed independent inquiry on an issue. When undertaking a research project, you will be guided by an academic supervisor.
Exchange and Study Abroad
Add an international perspective to your studies. Taking part in an exchange or study abroad program you can immerse yourself in a different social, cultural and intellectual environment.
Student Clubs and Societies
Joining a club is a great way to connect with other students and learn new skills
Scholarships and Prizes
The Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences has a range of scholarships to support current and commencing students. Prizes are awarded each year according to academic merit.
- Assessment Information and Policies
- Enrolment Changes
- Course Progression
- FVAS Writing Style Guide
- Student Code of Conduct
- Social Media and Photography Policy
- Q Fever screening and vaccination
- Large Animal Livestock Skills Training
- NAVLE Guide
- Cross-Institutional Studies
- DVM Student Replacement Name Badges
- Quota Subjects
- Bachelor of Agriculture Course Structure