Residency and Internship Programs

The internship programs at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine are one year programs that provide an intensive experience in managing cases under direct faculty supervision. Most programs offer opportunities to rotate through a variety of specialties within the Cummings School hospitals and can be tailored to the specific interests of individual interns. Only individuals eligible to work in the US or who qualify for TN visas will be considered for internship programs.

The residency programs are typically three years in length and offer opportunities to obtain specialty training under the supervision of experienced, board certified faculty members. All programs conform to the guidelines established by the relevant specialty college and are designed to prepare residents for specialty board certification and a career in private or academic specialty practice. Opportunities to teach fourth year DVM candidates and interns, and to conduct clinical or basic research, are features of all TCSVM residency programs.

Candidates must possess a DVM or VMD degree or their equivalent. Applications must be submitted through the AAVC's Veterinary Internship and Residency Matching Program. Beginning in 2012, TCSVM will include a non-compete statement in resident appointment contracts.

Please contact the individual named in the VIRMP program description with questions regarding programs or the application process.