A DVM with a Different Perspective
Providing determined and passionate students with the opportunity to become veterinarians
AVMA-Accredited* & Accelerated
With our AVMA-accredited DVM degree program, be practice-ready and eligible for licensure in Canada, the US and abroad in as few as 3.25 years with our AVMA-accredited DVM degree program.
Canadian Clinical Training
Have the option to complete your clinicals close to home or explore global learning opportunities at AVMA-accredited universities in Canada or sites in the US, UK, New Zealand, and Ireland.
Canada-specific Financial Assistance
From key partnerships with CIBC to Canadian scholarship opportunities and a dedicated student finance team there to assist with funding options and more, our goal is to help you with your financial needs.
Canadian Events & Locations
Canadian Campus Presentations
Join Ross Vet at a campus near you!
Have questions about what it’s like to attend Ross Vet? Get them answered in person at an upcoming campus presentation near you!
University of Lethbridge: September 18, 2018 4:30 PM
Memorial University: September 26, 2018, 5:30 PM
University of New Brunswick Fredericton: September 27, 2018 at 3:00 PM
University of Victoria: October 4, 2018 at 11:00 AM
Trent University: October 9, 2018 at 5:00 PM
University of Saskatchewan: October 17, 2018 at 5:00 PM
Western University: October 18, 2018 at 5:30 PM
University of Guelph: October 23, 2018 at 6:00 PM
McGill Macdonald: October 23, 2018 at 5:00 PM
University of Calgary: October 25, 2018 at 12:00 PM
University of Alberta: November 20, 2018 at 5:00 PM
Whether you’re wondering about the admissions process or looking for an in-depth look into life in St. Kitts, a Ross Vet representative will be on hand to give you insights and helpful information.
Learn more about:
- Financial resources available to Canadian students
- What it’s like to be a Ross Vet DVM student
- Being a part of the Ross Vet family
- Admissions requirements and process
- Life on St. Kitts
- Much more
FORMAT: This is a semi-formal presentation where our representative will discuss Ross Vet, application requirements and more. You’ll be able to ask questions during and after the presentation, which makes this the best opportunity to get all the information you need to help with your decision for pursuing a degree and career in veterinary medicine.
Fall 2018 Canadian Locations
Schedule a one-on-one meeting in a city near you
Click on the city below to schedule a one-on-one meeting with Ross Vet Associate Director of Admissions for Canada, Rubina Gilani, to discuss the Ross Vet Admissions process and learn more about pursuing your dream of becoming a veterinarian. Don't see your city listed? Email Rubina directly at RGilani@rossu.edu.
Lethbridge, Alberta: September 19, 2018
Kingston, Ontario September 25, 2018
St. John, New Foundland: September 26, 2018
Ottawa, Ontario: September 27, 2018
Fredericton and Saint John, New Brunswick September 27, 2018
Calgary, Alberta: October 1, 2018
Calgary, Alberta: October 2, 2018
Victoria, British Columbia: October 3, 2018
Toronto, Ontario: October 4, 2018
Peterborough, Ontario: October 8, 2018
Ottawa, Ontario: October 10, 2018
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: October 17, 2018
Hamilton, Ontario: October 17, 2018
London, Ontario: October 18, 2018
Waterloo, Ontario: October 22, 2018
Guelph, Ontario: October 23, 2018
Sherbrooke, Quebec: November 5, 2018
Montreal, Quebec: November 6, 2018
North Bay, Ontario: November 14, 2018
Edmonton, Alberta: November 20, 2018
Scholarships and Financing
Award amount: $2,000 with a lifetime cap of $16,000
Did you know that Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine has a Canadian Opportunity Scholarship? It is designed to help students that are Canadian and have been accepted to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in the January and May classes. There are 40 scholarships available for fiscal year 2018. $2,000 per semester (1-8) with a lifetime cap per student of $16,000
Award Amount: $8,000, renewable for a total of $24,000
A merit-based scholarship providing tuition assistance to International students who have shown solid academic achievement. $8,000 towards tuition costs for your first semester and is renewable for 2 additional semesters, for a total of $24,000.
Canadian citizens may be eligible for loans up to the full cost of tuition through the Canadian government and/or private loan programs. Please refer to the Financial Planning Guide for Canadian Students (PDF) for more information.
Life on Campus
Knowing that Ross Vet is located in the Caribbean was a huge positive for me. I could not wait to get out of the cold and have summer all year round. My favorite thing about the island is being able to experience a different culture. My friend and I participated in Carnival this past December and January. We bought costumes and marched in the parade. It’s something you don’t get to do anywhere else. I love St. Kitts!
The 28 months you spend here will likely be one of the most intense but unforgettable experiences of your life, made even more so by the extraordinary and exotic environment of St. Kitts. You'll have the chance to face the day-to-day challenges that are culturally unique to the area while improving your hands-on skills with a cariety of animals and wildlife—allowing you to become an adaptable and compassionate veterinarian who will be ready to face the professional world. Here, you can discover your sense of adventure. It's time to explore.
Explore the island and campus without leaving the comfort of your home. Learn about on-campus dining, student life, on-campus housing, high-tech classrooms, and research labs.
I made the choice to leave the comfort of my home (for the first time) to have memorable experiences at a school (Ross Vet) that offers a wide range of clubs and even classes that I would not have been able to experience at any school in my area.– -Meghan Gagnon, Quebec, Current Ross Vet Student