Every year, students travel across the world to complete IVM projects. Explore the map below to discover the wide range of projects completed by students across our DVM and Master’s degree programs.
The IVM core course, which all veterinary students take in their first year, introduces global issues in the veterinary profession.
With support from faculty mentors, students develop their own international research projects and either apply for competitive grant funding, or self-fund.
At the end of the third year and during the fourth year, advanced and clinically-oriented electives are available both on and off campus for students with an interest in IVM.
Selective courses are designed to allow students to personalize their education and focus on their areas of interest.
This bi-monthly speaker series features IVM professionals including visitors, alumni, and faculty members who introduce students to a world of opportunities in IVM.
This structured program is available to veterinary students who are interested in a career in IVM.
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