- 18 years of age or above
- Good academic and disciplinary standing at Penn State
- 3.3 cumulative GPA or better at the time of application
- Senior standing or above at the start of the program
- Please note that before applying through Education Abroad you must have already applied with Dr. Bob Mikesell, at the conclusion of your 4th semester at Penn State, as well as interviewed with Joyce Watson at the University of Glasgow during your 5th semester
University of Glasgow, School of Veterinary Medicine FEEPASS Programme (Facilitated Early Entry Programme for Animal Science Students)
The University of Glasgow, School of Veterinary Medicine is offering an innovative programme whereby selected students complete the final year of their animal science degree at the University of Glasgow. During their time at Glasgow, students will study alongside students on the first year of the University of Glasgow's veterinary medicine degree programme (Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, BVMS – which is the equivalent to the DVM). Successful completion of assessments in the Vet FEEPASS year will provide credits, which following transfer to their home institution, will allow completion of the student's animal science degree from their home institution and accelerated entry to year 2 of the University of Glasgow's BVMS programme. This is a reduction of one year from the total duration of study required to become a DVM and has associated cost benefits.
The University of Glasgow, School of Veterinary Medicine, has an internationally renowned reputation in Veterinary Medicine, and is fully accredited by the AVMA. The University of Glasgow is working with selected Universities across North America, to offer a unique opportunity for high quality animal science students who wish to study veterinary medicine, within the global context.
The University is one of six Vet Schools in Europe to have achieved accredited status for its undergraduate programs from the American Veterinary Medical Association. Following satisfactory completion, a guaranteed place in an AVMA accredited veterinary school.
Academic Year: early September-late May
With a wealth of cultural attractions, impressive architecture, fantastic shopping and a year-round programme of world-class events, it is easy to understand why Glasgow is firmly established as one of Europe’s most exciting destinations. As the UK’s fourth-largest city and one of the world’s top student destinations, Glasgow has loads to offer you. For culture vultures, the city is home to more than 20 world-class museums and art galleries; and is proud to have Europe’s largest civic arts collection with works by Dali, Van Gogh, Degas and Monet all available to view free-of-charge in venues around the city.
Education Abroad in Countries with a Penn State Restricted Travel Designation
In order to comply with Penn State’s International Travel Policy, students interested in studying abroad in countries that Penn State has designated as “restricted” for travel, a petition for a waiver must be submitted. Once a petition is complete, and if the student is approved for study on the program in question, the student may be asked to meet with the Director of Education Abroad and the petition will be reviewed by the Penn State International Restricted Travel Committee (IRTC). The necessary petition will be included in the online application process for this program. To see if your program is taking place in a restricted travel country, please visit the Global Programs website.