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BeijingCollege of Veterinary Medicine, China Agricultural University (formerly Beijing Agricultural University)

College of Veterinary Medicine
The mission of Veterinary International Programs (VIP) is to foster international understanding through the development, conduct and support of educational, community service, and collaborative research opportunities for veterinary students and veterinarians. 
VIP addresses the vision of the College of Veterinary Medicine by supporting the world class accomplishments of our students, graduates, and faculty. VIP provides opportunities to learn, teach and solve problems on an international scale. It also furthers the mission of the CVM by enhancing animal and human health and well being in the countries around the world through teaching in student and faculty exchange efforts, and through direct international clinical and research efforts. For more information, please visit the VIP website, or the College of Veterinary Medicine at http://www.cvm.ncsu.edu/. VIP Director: Dr. Michael Stoskopf

Contact:
Dr. Bailian Li
Vice Provost for International Affairs
Office of International Affairs
329 Daniels Hall, Box 7112
Raleigh, NC 27695
919.515.3201 (tel)
919.515.6835 (fax)
bailian_li@ncsu.edu (Email)http://www.ncsu.edu/china/

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