Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences

Internships and Residency Programmes

In 2015, Dr May Tse was selected to join the 3-year Anatomic Pathology Residency Programme. In August 2018, she passed her board examinations to qualify as an anatomic pathologist and has returned to CityU to work at the CityU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory where she will be involved in diagnostic services, teaching undergraduate students, acting as a mentor in other internship and residency programmes, and cooperating in research projects.

The department is planning to conduct training programmes in several specialties, including, cardiology, diagnostic imaging, internal medicine, dentistry, pathology (anatomy and clinical), microbiology and toxicology. It is our objective to offer training opportunities to local veterinarians to enable them to qualify as specialists and then become part of the large group of the department’s specialist veterinarians.