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 2019-2020 financial year, new graduate registration is AUD$340. This fee includes a $150 application fee and $190 in discounted registration fees. If you ask to fast track your registration, you would also pay a $150 fast track fee. These fees will only give you registration until 30 June 2020, after which you will pay non-discounted standard registration fees to renew your registration. More information on fees: Fees
Provisional registration from other States or Territories not recognised in Victoria
Vetboard Victoria only recognises full/primary 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.
About certifying documents
- Find out which types of people can authenticate documents in the country or State where you are located.
- In Victoria, people authorised to witness documents include pharmacists, police officers, justices of the peace, and registered veterinary practitioners.
- International applicants: for Canada, see Authentication of documents; for Ireland, see Authenticating documents; for New Zealand, see Get a document witnessed or authenticated; for the United Kingdom, see Certifying a document; for the US, see Office of Authentications; for other countries, search online using the terms 'authenticate documents' and the name of your country. Note: email us first if it is expensive to get your documents authenticated in your country.
- Do not have your documents certified by a relative, housemate, or someone you are in a relationship with.
- The authorised person must write or stamp on the copy of the document: ‘I have sighted the document and certify this to be a true copy of the original.’ They must write this on the front of the copy (not a blank back page), and they must write this on each page if there is more than one page.