Graduate Studies at AVC
Welcome to the Graduate Studies and Research at AVC. It is the mission of the Office of Graduate Studies and Research to support excellence in the graduate education and scholarly activities of the Atlantic Veterinary College.
Since its establishment in 1986, AVC has earned an international reputation for excellence in research and graduate education. Our on-campus and satellite research facilities are modern and well-equipped.
As a graduate student at AVC, you will work with dedicated professors who are among the top researchers in their field. AVC prides itself on its highly collaborative environment and ability to offer graduate students direct access to world-class researchers within the College's globally recognized research centres.
For complete lists of AVC faculty by department, please visit the Academic Departments section of the AVC website.
The Office of Graduate Studies and Research supports excellence in the graduate education and scholarly activities of the Atlantic Veterinary College. At AVC, graduate students have direct access to global research leaders. Research chairs, highly active research centres and modern, well-equipped facilities ensure that research training at AVC engenders the lifelong curiosity and excitement that are the foundation of a successful and fulfilling research career.
Please visit our program pages for complete details, including links to admission and application:
- Master of Science - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
- Master of Veterinary Science
- PhD in Veterinary Medicine
Current graduate students can find resources, forms, and other information on the UPEI Faculty of Graduate Studies website.
Graduate Student Resources
If you're a current veterinary science graduate student, please visit the Current Students page of the UPEI Faculty of Graduate Studies website for student handbooks, forms, and other resources.
- AVC Draft (v3) 2022 Graduate Student handbook (revisions and comments welcome)
Graduate students often present their thesis research and participate in other academic and social activities at the Atlantic Veterinary College.
2022 R. G. Thomson Lecture
Dr. Marina (Nina) von Keyserlingk, Professor, University of British Columbia
"Working in Animal Welfare: A journey from farm girl to scientist" (video)
Graduate Studies and Research
Atlantic Veterinary College
University of Prince Edward Island
550 University Avenue
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Canada C1A 4P3
Phone: (902) 566-0542
Fax: (902) 566-0846