International Veterinary Focal Problems, College of Veterinary Medicine-MSU

Description

Study Abroad Experience to 4 European Veterinary Colleges: Students from 5 Big Ten Veterinary Colleges will travel to Utrecht, Netherlands; Hannover, Germany; Dublin, Ireland and RVC, London, England to learn about regional veterinary issues, compare veterinary education between the 9 institutions and establish contacts between US and European colleagues.

Details

Associate Veterinarians and special expertise available

The program will be led by Dr. Tom Mullaney, professor of Pathobiology and Diagnostic Investigation, College of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University and Dr. Chris Olsen, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin.

Educational Resources

Facilities at all 4 of the vet schools in Europe.

Responsibilities

Participate in all seminars, tours, interactions with fellow students and faculty and cultural events specific to each country. Students will not be interacting directly with clients, therefore, no liability insurance will be needed. Some clinical observation will take place.

Student Supervision

ion: 8-12 hours a day for 3.5 weeks

Housing

Yes

Practice Information

c/o Dr. Jill McCutcheon, Director
International Programs and Resources
College of Veterinary Medicine
F130G Vet Med Center
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824

Ph: 517-353-3142
Fx: 517-432-2391

Email: byerrumc [at] cvm [dot] msu [dot] edu
Web: http://studyabroad.msu.edu/programs/eurovetmed.html

Updated: 6/4/09
Signature On File: Dr. Jill McCutcheon