Skills to Carry You Through Life
SUMMER 2021 PROGRAM DATES
August 9-13, 2021
Royal Veterinary College, University of London
University of Oxford, England, United Kingdom, University of Cambridge Vet School, England, United Kingdom, University of Cambridge Vet School, England, United Kingdom
August 16-20, 2021
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, Stanford University, UC Berkeley.
August 23-27, 2021
Columbia University, Cornell University.
MAY 1 for APPLICANTS
MAY 15 ADMISSIONS DECISIONS RELEASED ONLINE
MAY 20 RESPONS
Tuition (includes lodging and dining)
Global Veterinary Academy offers students an extensive look into veterinary medicine. From lecture courses and enterprise classes to hands-on workshops out in the field, students participating in the program have the opportunity for a comprehensive education in the area of equine sciences, livestock as well as small and exotic animals. The curriculum is tailored to specific equine-related careers such as studying nutrition or assisted reproductive therapies. Whether students have a minimal background with animals or have grown up on a ranch, the Global Veterinary Academy gives exposure to a variety of different facets in the veterinary industry.
Global Veterinary Academy provides students the opportunity to study individual subjects, which follow our “learn by doing” philosophy. Equine nutrition, management, reproduction, human and equine biomechanics, advanced equine evaluation, and equine exercise physiology are some of the highly sought after courses offered. Global Veterinary Academy provides an education program across the seven continents for high school students who aspire to be veterinarians.
Global Veterinary Academy incorporates educational tours which enable students to explore the world of veterinary medicine. Global Veterinary Academy students study animals in their natural habits and form authentic connections with expert mentors in the veterinary field. International tours enable students the opportunity of having a sense of what it would be like to be a veterinarian across the seven continents including North America, South America, Africa, Antarctica, Australia, Asia, and Europe.