Application period: 1 October 2022 to 1 May 2023
Master of Companion Animal Clinical Science (Dermatology)
The Master of Companion Animal Clinical Science is a 60 ECTS postgraduate education targeted small animal veterinarians seeking continuing professional development.
The master's programme consists of 4 basic courses, 3 advanced specialisation courses, and a master's project.
The courses are designed with a minimum of physical attendance. Each course requires 5 or 6 consecutive days at the University Hospital for Companion Animals at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Call opens: 1 October 2022
Application deadline: 1 May 2023
Specialisation in Companion Animal Dermatology
Modern small animal veterinary practitioners are continuously met with higher demands and expectances to level of expertise, advanced diagnostic work-up and various treatment modalities.
The Companion Animal Dermatology programme is a 2-year specialisation track consisting of 3 course modules and a Master's thesis.
The programme has a strong emphasis on practical sessions and case-based approaches applicable for implementation at specialised companion animal clinics.
Practical sessions (wet labs) included in the Dermatology master’s programme are;
- Endoscopy workshops (video otoscopic examinations)
- Interpretation sessions of advanced CT data of the ears (external canals and middle ear) of the dermatological patient
- Practical and diagnostic cytological exams including accurate sampling and advanced interpretation with regards to dermatological diseases
The responsible course leaders of the specialisation track in Companion Animal Dermatology are:
- Professor Annemarie Thuri Kristensen, University of Copenhagen
- Associate Professor Mette Schjærf, University of Copenhagen
NB: If you hold a Nordic certificate in Companion Animal Diseases, you may be admitted directly to the advanced courses. For more details, please consult the admission criteria.