Course dates for 2010:
Session 1 - May 27 through June 11
Session 2 - June 17 through July 2
Session 3 - July 8 through July 23
Session 4 - July 29 through August 13
July 25 - August 7
2008 Participants interact with cheetahs at the DeWildt Cheetah Lodge
The course on Wildlife Immobilization and Conservation gives veterinary students an opportunity to study a wide range of exotic animals in their natural habitats. They also get the chance to experience the culture of South Africa and get to know some of their classmates a bit better!
For more information on this program or any of the Group or Individual Study Abroad opportunities offered by the College of Veterinary Medicine, contact Katie Davidson at email@example.com or call (515) 294-1501.