Vets Go Wild – African Wildlife Vet Practical Experience
Participate in a Wildlife Training Course Endorsed by International Universities at the Addo National Park in South Africa
- Learn about animal care alongside our experienced vet team, led by world-renowned wildlife vet Dr William Fowlds
- Fulfil a portion of your Extra Mural Study (EMS) requirements for your vet qualification
- Learn and apply wildlife conservation principles in the field
- Expand your knowledge for a potential career in wildlife veterinary medicine
- Improve your employability after graduation so you can start your dream career
- Learn about marine animal care, unique to Vets Go Wild!
- Take charge of yourself and your future. Diversify your vet experience portfolio
- Learn not just theoretical but practical elements of veterinary medicine with exotic animals
- Harness the potential within you. Gain confidence as a vet and enhance your personal growth
- Meet like-minded individuals, form lasting relationships and expand your network.
- Learn game capture and relocation techniques, including darting from a helicopter
- Visit the world-renowned Addo Elephant National Park and other reserves
- Join in community upliftment day, contributing directly to the lives of those in need
- Enjoy the experience of a lifetime, make memories that will last forever!
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