Monday, January 9, 2017
The All New 2017 VMCAS Webinar Series has finally been scheduled!!
http://aavmc.org/webinars.aspx . The series includes:
· The Road to Veterinary School:
o Audience: Undergraduate Freshmen / Sophomore / Pre-Veterinary Students (open to all)
o Summary: Learn how to prepare for the VMCAS application and find out what you should be doing during your early undergraduate career leading up to graduate school
· Advising the Veterinary Student:
o Audience: Pre-Veterinary / Pre-Health / Career Advisors
o Summary: Advising the veterinary student will help you better understand the application process and shows you the tools to help your students.
This year, we have created an “Upcoming Webinars and Special Events” mailing list. You can receive notifications of all of AAVMC & VMCAS special events by joining the list! You may do so by clicking here:
Director of Admissions & Recruitment Affairs
Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges
The Veterinary Medical College Application Service
655 K Street NW, Suite 725
Washington, DC 20001
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The University of Queensland School of Medicine Ochsner Clinical School is now accepting applications for the 2018 entering class.
To learn more about the program, the application requirements and process, please join the upcoming live UQ Ochsner webinar:
2018 Application & Program Overview
Live with the MedEdPath Enrollment Team:
Tuesday, January 10
The 2018 application form is available to download at http://www.mededpath.org/admisions.html
For complete information about the UQ Ochsner program, upcoming events and admissions requirements, please visit www.mededpath.org or contact The UQ School of Medicine’s US representatives at MedEdPath:
Whitney Bennett, MA
Director, Enrollment Management
Thea Volpe, Ph.D.
Vice President, Enrollment Management