Higher medical-veterinary education in the Republic of Moldova began in 1974, together with the foundation of the veterinary medicine section within the faculty of Animal Husbandry, and it was reorganized in April 1976 in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.
Faculty’s basic task is to prepare specialists in the domain of animals’ health care, quality insurance animal origin products, obedience of law and deontology the veterinary sanitary service etc.
At present, the faculty has 6 departments and 26 laboratories, where 37 teachers are employed, including a correspondent member of the ASM, 5 professors, 23 associate professors and 8 senior lecturers and lecturer assistants.
In 35 years of its activity, the faculty trained and released about 250 veterinary doctors, among them 340 for the countries from Asia, Africa and Latin America. Today, the faculty’s graduates activate practically in each village or town of our country.
The faculty has issued 8 doctors habilitatus and 31 doctors in veterinary medicine and biology.
The main fields of scientific investigations within the faculty are: perfection of prophylaxis and treatment methods in nutritional traumatism in cattle; elaboration of eco-physiological methods of sterility control and normalization of the reproduction function in animals; elaboration and improvement of adaptation, prophylaxis and treatment methods of animals and birds; elaboration and improvement of new veterinary products for the diagnosis, prophylaxis and treatment of nutritional and metabolic gastrointestinal diseases; epizootic, clinical, diagnostic, treatment, prophylaxis and control aspects of diseases and others.
At present, more than 300 students study according to an integral educational plan for a period of 6 years.
Higher integrated studies: bachelor and master degrees
The term of studies is 6 years
Qualification: Veterinary doctor of general profile
The graduates obtain the degree: Master in veterinary medicine
Doctor’s degree studies
The graduates obtain the degree: Doctor in veterinary medicine