Hands-On Experience. In-Depth Knowledge.
The college offers a wide variety of internship and residency programs for specialized clinical training. Some of the clinical training programs can be combined with Masters of Specialized Veterinary Medicine or Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Internship programs are one-year programs that provide an intensive experience in managing cases under direct faculty supervision.
Our rotating internship provides advanced clinical training for graduate veterinarians wishing to perform an advanced level of private small animal practice, enter a small animal residency program, or to develop greater clinical knowledge and skills prior to entering a research career in either industry, government, or graduate work.
Summer Research Internship
American Association of Veterinary Clinicians VIRMP (Match) Program
Apply for Internships Using VIRMP
For most of the programs, candidates will be selected through the American Association of Veterinary Clinicians (AAVC) VIRMP (MATCH) Program. They must be graduates of a college of veterinary medicine and have a previous history of documented academic excellence. Committee decisions will be based on academic performance while enrolled in a college of veterinary medicine, letters of recommendation, professional experience, and the perceived ability of the individual to complement the needs of our training program. The following residencies do not participate in VIRMP and have separate application procedures: Anatomic Pathology, Clinical Pathology, Clinical Pharmacology, Clinical Veterinary Pharmacy, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Poultry Health. Visit the VIRMP site