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What is the best vet school?

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2013-05-26 17:57:49
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While vet schools around the world are ranked annually, the rankings change from year to year and are partially based on non-academic metrics like total grant funding and number of publications by faculty. Any college or university that has an accredited veterinary medicine program will provide a good education, so I would suggest focusing more on which is the best fit for your finances and your career aspirations. For instance, while every vet school will cover the standard domestic animals, only a few vet schools have a strong exotic animal (avian, reptile, amphibian, etc.) program while others have a good marine animal track or excellent opportunities for federal/regulatory medicine. Also, particularly in the United States, the cost of vet school can vary widely depending upon your residency status within the school's state.

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