The College of Bristol performed host to 12 veterinary college students from the College of Warsaw in Poland, who travelled over as a part of a pupil trade.
The occasion was sponsored by Vets4Pets and supported by the Worldwide Veterinary Scholar Affiliation (IVSA).
‘Learnt an ideal deal’
College students attended lectures and practicals on the College of Bristol, earlier than a tour of the Vets4Pets Bristol Imperial apply and sightseeing tour of town.
“It was a incredible occasion the scholars totally loved and learnt an ideal deal from,” stated College of Warsaw pupil Marta Dadun.
‘Fascinating’ go to
Ms Dadun added: “The practicals, together with one on pathology, caught the eye of our college students, and we will solely thank the College of Bristol and Vets4Pets for serving to make this journey attainable.
“It was additionally fascinating to go to at a contemporary UK veterinary apply and meet the Vets4Pets crew to see first-hand the care it gives to pets.”
The trade is a part of a wider IVSA programme, which gives alternatives for college kids from outdoors the UK to expertise the veterinary occupation and training institutes in several international locations worldwide.
Evie Hodgson, a fourth-year veterinary pupil on the College of Bristol and IVSA senior consultant, stated: “It’s vital college students from totally different international locations get to expertise all kinds of veterinary apply.
“We’re delighted to have the ability to assist veterinary college students from throughout the globe be taught concerning the UK veterinary business.”
Extra journeys deliberate
Comparable exchanges are deliberate sooner or later and Vets4Pets will accomplice with IVSA on related initiatives.
Cat Curtis, Vets4Pets veterinary expertise supervisor, stated: “We’re actually happy to play a small half in serving to veterinary college students additional their experiences – notably on instructional visits like this trade.”