Suez Canal University

College of Veterinary Medicine

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Suez Canal University was established by Presidential Decree No. 239 of 1983 and published in the Official Gazette on 24/7/1983. Prof. Dr. Abdel Hamid Shafeeq Shalaby, the first founding dean of the college, was appointed on May 13, 1985, to prepare for the start of the study with its first class in October 1986. From the beginning, the administration of the college was keen to distinguish the college and its uniqueness by adding competitive departments such as the Department of Wildlife and Zoos, which is the unique department in Egyptian universities for the care and treatment of wild animals in the Suez Canal and Sinai region in particular and throughout the Arab Republic of Egypt in general. The College of Veterinary Medicine occupies a unique location in the Suez Canal and Sinai, where it is located in the city of Ismailia in the middle of the Canal governorates. poultry and fish, in addition to the health and safety of food products of animal origin.
The college includes 21 scientific departments with a total of 28 scientific subjects that provide students with curricula and modern sciences in the field of veterinary medicine, as well as units of a special nature such as (college educational farm – veterinary clinics – community service center) in addition to a wildlife museum and another for anatomy and embryos, and it also includes a unit Ensuring and assuring the quality of education. The college also includes a central laboratory that contains the latest scientific equipment in all fields of scientific research. It also contains a house for experimental animals and an outlet for selling college products. The college awards the following degrees 1. Bachelor’s degree in veterinary medical sciences 2. Postgraduate stage 3. Master’s degree in veterinary medical sciences 4. Doctorate degree in veterinary medical sciences 5. Specialized diplomas 6. Featured Programs The college celebrated the graduation of the first class in January 1992, and the number of its graduates was 39. In 2012/2013, the number of students enrolled in the first university level was 646, and in the postgraduate stage, the number of students reached 144, including 77 students enrolled in the specialized diploma, and 49 A student enrolled for a master’s degree and 18 students enrolled for a doctoral degree.

vision and mission


The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Suez Canal University aspires to occupy a prominent position in the field of veterinary medical sciences based on its educational programs, research activities and community services


the message 

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Suez Canal University seeks to prepare qualified veterinarians with knowledge and skills to make them able to compete locally and regionally and keep pace with the needs of the labor market and scientific and technological developments, which allows them to work opportunities in addition to directing scientific research to serve the community and its requirements in various fields of the veterinary field and public health, while being careful on developing values