Tartu Veterinary Institute
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Tartu Veterinary Institute (about 1900)

Tartu Veterinary Institute (Estonian: Tartu Veterinaariainstituut, German: Kaiserliche Veterinair-Institut zu Dorpat) was an institute which provided a university level education in veterinary medicine. It was located in Tartu, Estonia.[1] The institute was established in 1848 and was, therefore, the oldest veterinary school in Imperial Russia.

The Institute's first director was Hans Peter Boje Jessen [ru].[1]

Studies at the Institute were divided into two levels. The higher level graduated full-fledged veterinarians. The lower level produced veterinary assistants. In 1852, the lower level was discontinued.[1]

In 1918 the Institute became part of Tartu University.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Ajalooarhiivi fondiloend". www.eha.ee (in Estonian). Retrieved 2020.


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