The Global Engagement Office and PVM faculty have created several faculty-led programs for Veterinary Nursing and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) students. Check out our great programs!
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ARCAS: Wildlife Medicine and Rehabilitation - This summer program offers veterinary nursing students the opportunity to gain experience in wildlife rescue and rehabilitation at one of the largest and most complex rescue centers in the world.
Rakuno Gakuen University - This 2-week program takes place in June and offers the opportunity for students to participate in clinical rotations as well as lectures and be exposed to different approaches of veterinary medicine in Japan.
Pathobiology of Native Brazilian Wildlife: A One Health Approach - Located at the beautiful Iguazu Falls, this exchange program is designed to provide veterinary students hands-on experience in wildlife medicine, using the socially and environmentally comprehensive One Health approach.
Sichuan Agricultural University Veterinary Hospital - This two-week faculty-led program is focused on the different aspects of Chinese Veterinary Medicine (veterinary acupuncture and herbal medicine) and provides an opportunity to participate in a short-term internship in Panda medicine.
Conservation and Exotic Pet Medicine and Surgery - This 3-week program occurs on site at the Veterinary and Pharmaceutical University (VFU) Brno with an off-site opportunity nearby at the Brno Zoo. Students will be exposed to primary and referral exotic pet care daily as well as conservation and clinical medicine in rotations through a large metropolitan zoo.
ARCAS: Wildlife Medicine and Rehabilitation - This summer program offers DVM students the opportunity to gain experience in wildlife rescue and rehabilitation at one of the largest and most complex rescue centers in the world.
VetX Wildlife Capture and Care - This 2 or 3 week program is partnered with the Umkhondo Big5 Wildlife Project. Students will have the opportunity to learn and gain hands on experience in wildlife capture and veterinary procedures in South Africa. The program allows up-close experiences with lions, elephants, buffalo, rhinos, and many other species.
4th Year Clinical Rotation in Small Animal Medicine in Switzerland - This 3-week study abroad program is designed for 6 veterinary students in the fourth year of their program. This is a clinical rotation for the senior veterinary students in internal medicine involving 2 veterinary teaching hospitals at the University of Bern and the University of Zurich and 3 private veterinary clinics in the region.