Student veterinary programs
Volunteer at a cheetah breeding facility and go on safari at Kruger National Park in the African savannah. For college students.
Volunteer at a conservation and wildlife sanctuary outside of Sydney with koalas, kangaroos, echidnas, wallabies, and other Australian wildlife. High school and college programs available.
Designed for pre-veterinary students, this 14-week semester focuses on small, hands-on classes taught by US veterinarians (DVM) integrated in shelter, sanctuary, and clinic settings.
From vibrant city culture to misty forests and white beaches, Thailand has it all. Our courses let you soak up all of Thailand’s beauty while gaining valuable, hands-on veterinary experience with both exotic and companion animals — from dogs and cats to elephants and tropical wildlife.
The semester includes 300 veterinary hours and 35 research hours that can be recorded on your VMCAS application.
"All of the staff were great! They really focused on making our experience safe, meaningful, and fun! The vets were very knowledgeable and did a great job teaching us and helping us practice the skills we learned."
Brittany Diaz, College Veterinary Service
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