International Exchange Opportunities for Veterinary Students
SAVMA Chapter of the International Veterinary Student Association
Asia | Africa | Australia | Europe | Central/South America | North America | Worldwide
The following worldwide veterinary student exchange opportunities are currently available:
If you know of additional exchange opportunities, please contact us to let us know the details.
World Vets is a non-government organization (NGO) providing veterinary aid around the globe in collaboration with animal advocacy groups, foreign governments, US and foreign military groups and veterinary professionals abroad. Our work spans 12 countries and 5 continents and addresses not only veterinary issues, but also human health issues impacted by zoonotic diseases in developing countries. World Vets is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Volunteer positions are available for veterinarians, technicians, students and assistants with no prior veterinary experience. For more information, please visit the website.
Veterinarians Without Borders
Based in the United States:
VWB imagines… A bountiful ecosystem of healthy animals and humans.
VWB's mission is ... Dedicated to restoring the healthy natural balance between animals, people and the earth.
VWB aspires to... Educate and train developing communities about the connection between responsible animal production and sustainable human health.
Break and prevent the devastating cycles of animal diseases that impact the lives of millions.
Address issues that affect wildlife health and conservation.
Students can join Veterinarians Without Borders for $25 per year. Membership allows access to receive bulletins and VWB updates, and be contacted and eligible for volunteer opportunities, both in the U.S. and internationally.
Worldwide Veterinary Service
WVS is a registered UK charity (no. 1100485) that supplies veterinary resources, in the form of volunteer teams, drugs, equipment and advice to help animal charities and non-profit organisations around the world.
Our teams comprise both veterinary and non veterinary personnel and travel all over the world, often to remote places with limited resources, where we try to help as many animals as possible as well as the people that often depend on them.
Our work has a strong educational core and we strive to ensure our projects are sustainable and work proactively to help to the communities we visit on a long term basis.
Worldwide Veterinary Service now has over 300 associated charities based all over the world requesting assistance!
As well as providing drugs, equipment and advice, WVS also co-ordinates volunteer veterinary teams to assist these charities. WVS volunteers are involved with projects ranging from neutering expeditions and mobile health clinics to welfare education programmes and conservation projects all over the world!
We send teams of varying sizes consisting of vets, veterinary nurses, veterinary students and non-veterinary volunteers with a range of experience.
To find out more, and to become a member of WVS, visit the website!