To help you complete the application form:
- The form includes a statutory declaration which you must print, complete, and sign in front of person officially authorised to witness documents in your country. In Australia, persons authorised to witness documents include pharmacists, veterinary practitioners, police officers, lawyers and justices of the peace. The person cannot be a relative, housemate, or someone you are in a relationship with.
For the payment section, the fee for new graduate registration is $330. This consists of a $150 application fee and $180 in registration fees which will give you registration until 30 June 2018. If you want to fast track your application, you must also authorise payment of a $250 fast track fee.
Privacy of your information: The Board will only use and disclose personal information collected in the registration form for the purposes of registration, unless the Board has obtained your consent to use the information for additional purposes. More information: Privacy and data protection policy
Cost of new graduate registration
In the 2017-2018 financial year, new graduate registration is AUD$330. This fee includes a $150 application fee and $180 in discounted registration fees. If you ask to fast track your registration, you would also pay a $250 fast track fee. More information on fees: Fees
Can I work in Victoria if I have provisional registration in another State or Territory?
No. The Board only recognises full registration from other States and Territories as giving a person the right to practise under national recognition of veterinary registration. The Board does not recognise provisional registration as giving a person the right to practise in Victoria.