October 4, 2018
U.S.-China Center for Animal Health posts video for its homecoming event
A new video has been produced by the U.S.-China Center for Animal Health featuring highlights from this year's Chinese veterinary student homecoming event. The video is posted on the YouTube channel for the College of Veterinary Medicine.
The U.S.-China Joint Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program provides for the selection of four Chinese students each year to study for a veterinary degree in the United States. Students must complete one year in the pre-veterinary program at K-State, after which they can enroll in the four-year veterinary programs at K-State or one of its partnering schools in the U.S.
The homecoming event included reports from 21 of the students who just finished their pre-veterinary year at K-State and/or are currently working on their Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at K-State, the University of Minnesota, Iowa State University or the University of California, Davis. Other guests included deans and/or representatives from each of the partnering colleges and one of the program sponsors, Banfield Pet Hospital.