Vet X Student Ambassador

VetX wants to give the opportunity to ten members of IVSA who are 4th or 5th year students to become members of the VetX Community. As a student ambassador you will receive a fully funded place on the course for 12 months, plus a hard copy of Dr. Dave’s book ‘So You Think You’re A Vet’, one of our awesome beanies (vegan friendly!) and a VetX laptop sticker. (click the tittle above for more information)

VetPD Programs

VetPD’s speakers and instructors are hand-picked world-renowned experts in their fields, openly addressing the lecture topics with a high level of practical clinical relevance and by encouraging interactive discussions. They are happy to share their experiences, successes as well as failures, address ‘grey zone topics’ and share invaluable practical tips and tricks during the small-group sessions. (click the tittle above for more information)​

BSAVA 2020 International Scholarship

Each year BSAVA runs its International Scholarship which offers four places to its annual congress. Registration, accommodation, access to the evening events are included and some travel costs will be reimbursed. (click the tittle above for more information)​

Fear Free

Brief overview of the certification course: It is worth 9 hours of CE and takes around that time to complete.  It is 8 modules long with a 20 question quiz at the end of each module that you must receive 80% or better in order to move forward.  The course covers concepts and techniques that would be implemented in practice to help alleviate fear and anxiety in pets and many more! (click the tittle above for more information)​​

OIE Internship Program

World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) offers an internship in the Communication Unit. The intern will support the work of the OIE Communication unit, and will be responsible for implementing the OIE Communication strategy towards veterinary students, notably by working in partnership with the International Veterinary Students' Association (IVSA), and increasing the visibility of the OIE as well as of its communicstion campaigns among veterinary students