Veterinary Science graduates who have obtained their degree from a university in Australia or New Zealand who reside in Queensland are eligible to apply for registration by completing the Application form and Payment form and providing the following documentation:
- Two (2) certificates of good fame and character and suitability for registration as a veterinary surgeon. The certificates should be given by university course lecturers or either responsible members of the veterinary profession who have known you in a supervisory capacity for not less than twelve months..
- Certified copy of photo identification (eg driver's licence, passport, student ID) endorsed ‘This is a true photo of (FULL NAME)’ by either:
Certified copy of veterinary degree
Your signature to the application should also be witnessed either by a Commissioner of Declarations, Justice of the Peace, or Public Notary, or by an Australian registered veterinary surgeon.
FEE:$257.30 (AUD) in total (representing application fee of $80.35 and annual registration fee of $176.95). GST not applicable. Payment form should be utilised for credit card payments or a cheque/money order forwarded with the application.
- a Commissioner of Declarations, Justice of Peace, Public Notary; or
- an Australian registered veterinary surgeon* (require the veterinary surgeon’s signature, place of registration, registration number).
For December graduates, registration fees include the initial application fee and the fee for registration up to 31 December of the year following graduation year.
Provisional registration can be granted after graduation from time of submission of the application if documentation is in order and the applicant is commencing practice in Queensland before the Board can officially consider the application. Applications should be lodged with the Board by:
Post: GPO Box 46, Brisbane, 4001
Facsimile: (07) 3087 8144
Urgent applications can be lodged at the Board office by appointment only (Ph: (07) 3087 8777)
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