PVM International Programs
The Purdue Veterinary Medicine International Programs office is responsible for implementing the mission of the College of Veterinary Medicine in regard to international affairs. Activities in the International programs office include hosting visiting international students and faculty, advising students regarding international experiences, coordinating courses focused on international veterinary medicine, coordinating study abroad initiatives for the PVM, managing the John Van Vleet International House, organizing official visits from international partners, and managing international partnerships. The IP office also administers student scholarships for international travel, as well as PRF faculty travel grants. For questions regarding our mission, the web site or IP office activities please contact our office.
Study Abroad Opportunities for Veterinary Students
Faculty Led trips:
UK trip July 19-August 9, 2014 - Dr. Michael Hill - Food Animal Production Medicine
Switzerland August 8-30, 2014 - Dr. Larry Adams International Clinical Rotation in Veterinary Internal Medicine (Seniors only)
Conservation Medicine and Exotic Pet Medicine and Surgery - Czech Republic - May 2015 more info to come
- 2014 Wildlife Immobilisation and Conservation Course for Veterinary Students - June & July 2014, South Africa.
- Cheetah Conservation Fund - Dr. Laurie Marker
- International Service Learning - Nicaragua Spring/Summer 2014
- Other programs to check out - www.wildlifevets.com www.worldvets.org vetsgowild.com
- No idea where you want to go? Check out this pre-planning sheet
Funding information can be found at Purdue Study Abroad Scholarship.
School Policy on Biosecurity Precautions to be followed by PVM students, faculty, staff and visitors returning from international travel.
Explore PVM's Global Reach:
Every year, our PVM family makes worldwide impact. Click on the map to explore our impact on the global community. Take a look at PVM's global reach map.