All creatures great and small – Veterinary program ‘best’ in Vietnam

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Nong Lam University (NLU) in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam is now home to a world-class veterinary education program thanks to its’ partnership with The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia.

The program takes in 40 students each year and is taught in English, allowing students to improve both their language skills and veterinary knowledge.

Project Manager and UQ senior lecturer Dr Philip Chamberlain is leading the way in Vietnamese veterinary education at NLU and says he is proud of how far his students have come.

The  program aims to produce veterinary and science graduates that are of a high standard with knowledge, expertise, and skills that are valued by the ever developing veterinary industry in Vietnam.

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