Established in 1992, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has grown from a small department with 30 students to a thriving institution with over 400 students and 5 departments.

The faculty was founded by Law No. 3837 on July 11, 1992, and began its first academic year in 1993-1994. The faculty moved to a new building in 2001 and has continued to grow and develop ever since.

The faculty has graduated a total of 644 students since its inception. Currently, there are 417 students enrolled in the faculty, studying in 23 different major fields of study. The faculty is divided into 5 departments:

  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Microbiology and Immunology
  • Pathology and Parasitology
  • Clinical Sciences

The faculty is committed to providing its students with a high-quality education that prepares them for careers in veterinary medicine. The faculty's graduates are highly sought-after by employers in the veterinary field, and many go on to successful careers in research, clinical practice, and public health.