It is important for every pre-vet student to gain sufficient practical exposure to veterinary medicine before applying to vet school. Understanding the basics at an early stage not only helps them get into vet school, but also makes them more confident vet students and highly competent veterinarians.

We have programs all across the globe designed to teach the basics of veterinary medicine and more depending on individual skill and experience level. Some of the basic things students may learn include vaccinations, prophylactic treatments, sterilizations, and effective animal management.

Some of our programs have advanced diagnostic facilities where students can observe a variety of techniques, including radiography and ultrasound. Early exposure to these techniques will help them feel more confident in vet school and boost their resume putting them ahead of the competition when applying to vet school!