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US-China joint veterinary program selects four Chinese students for pre-veterinary studies at Kansas State University

The U.S.-China Center for Animal Health in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University has selected four students to attend the university next year for pre-veterinary studies through the U.S.-China joint Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, or DVM, scholarship program.
As participants in the U.S.-China joint DVM scholarship program, the students must complete one year of pre-veterinary studies at Kansas State University, and then may apply for admittance at Kansas State University or one of three other universities that are partners in the program: Iowa State University, University of California, Davis and University of Minnesota.
Type of Exchange: 
Kansas State University
China Scholarship Council
Zoetis/International Veterinary Collaboration for China
Chinese Veterinary Medical Association
Banfield Pet Hospital
Participants (Types): 
PHD students
Number of Participants: 
Exchange Date: 
Friday, September 30, 2016
Kansas, United States
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