On this 25-day adventure, students will learn the principles of veterinary medicine in a variety of different settings and apply them to their work with rare and exotic species. This program will also provide students with the opportunity to practice critical thinking and problem solving. It teaches students not only how to care for different types of animals, but how to balance preventative healthcare and hands-on intervention as well.
Earn 3 college credits and 20 service hours
In Bali, experience a true journey into veterinary medicine working alongside dedicated professionals to treat and rehabilitate a variety animals and endangered species at wildlife rescue centers. Surrounded by lush rice terraces, pristine beaches and active volcanoes, no day will be ordinary.
For aspiring vets and wildlife conservationists, this program offers a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with exotic tropical species while interacting with Bali’s vivid culture. Gain hands-on veterinary experience conducting physical exams, learning to practice preventive medicine and building knowledge of animal behavior and anatomy with a decidedly unique focus on rescue and rehabilitation of lories, parrots, sea turtles, reptiles, bears and primates. Examine the harsh realities of animal tourism and the illegal animal trade, learn from specialists dedicated to protecting at-risk species and build your understanding of how to make a difference by caring for endangered animals.
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