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International Veterinary Schools

Jumanne speaks Kiswahili, Lana Croatian, and Mei Chinese. They live in far apart countries with different cultures and customs. But they share the same goal: to become veterinarians and protect the health and safety of animals, the food supply, and the planet.

Since the founding of the first veterinary school in Lyon, France, in 1761, formal veterinary education has spread to all corners of the globe. To celebrate this international diversity, FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine is showcasing some of the world’s veterinary schools.
 

 Glasgow, ScotlandUniversity of Glasgow, School of Veterinary Medicine
Glasgow, Scotland
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Zagreb, Croatia

 Main Building of the University of Zagreb, Croatia

Photo Courtesy of Dr. Sanja Modric

 Tree in KenyaUniversity of Nairobi, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Kabete, Kenya
Huazhong Agricultural University
Wuhan, People's Republic of China

 Huazhong Agricultural University, China

Photo Courtesy of Dr. Sanja Modric

 city in AustraliaUniversity of Melbourne, Faculty of Veterinary Science
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
 
University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Johnston Hall entrance 
 Lyon, FranceVetAgro Sup
Lyon, France

Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Veterinary Academy
Kaunas, Lithuania

 Kaunas, Lithuania
BangladeshBangladesh Agricultural University, Faculty of Veterinary Science
Mymensingh, People’s Republic of Bangladesh
 

National Autonomous University of Mexico,
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry

Mexico City, Mexico

 Mexico
 Building in ArgentinaUniversity of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Veterinary Science
Buenos Aires, Argentina
National Veterinary School of Alfort
Maisons-Alfort, France
Eiffel Tower