A warm welcome to all visitors to Seoul National University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
Recently, we are surrounded by the news on humanity poverty as the adverse side effects due to the exponential development of human civilization and technological advancements. In order to prevent the situation from deteriorating, our fundamental solution must be grounded upon environmental friendly concepts.
In this college, we emphasize not only on animal treatment and preventive medicine but also on the value of companion animals which has become an important modern family component bringing emotional stability to us.
In keeping up with the expanding society, we at the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), a member of Seoul National University, places the assurance of livestock and food safety as well as hygiene issues at the top of our priorities. Our researchers are currently striving to find a way to combat global public health threats such as Avian Influenza, Super Bacteria, and we are also looking into the fields with high potential in future medicine such as the development of animal cloning, animal disease models and stem cell therapy as new generation medicine to treat incurable diseases.
The CVM in Seoul National University, which has been placed 41th place in the England’s QS University Rankings 2015, shall move forward to improve our education system for boosting the capability of graduate students, followed by the assurance for international veterinary medicine education course by the year of 2017. Ultimately, we will become the best veterinarian training school through the advancing the graduate student education course and getting the assurance of American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), as the world’s best veterinary education assurance institute. For the sake of the nation and the society, we shall strive for our best to reduce animal disease, improve public health status and enhance livestock industry in order to bring wealth and harmony to the world.
We thank you so much for your interest and support in our program or College.
Prof., Hee Jong Woo, DVM, Ph.D
Dean of College of Veterinary Medicine