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Instructors responsible for advanced courses evaluate students. The course instructors submit the valuation sheets of students to the host university.The host university evaluates students completing the courses of study by the prescribed way and then issues the certification of enrollment in the course under the AIMS program.


This program is designed to give advanced veterinary medical education to the undergraduate 5th or 6th year students who have already taken the core veterinary education. The veterinary core curriculum consists of basic, pathology, applied and basic clinical veterinary medical courses. The advanced veterinary courses are required and/or elective courses which students are able to learn in a small group with high qualities. The advanced veterinary courses are professional veterinary medical courses consisting of clinical rotations in the animal hospital, field practice for veterinary science and research practices for the veterinary science, which are able to learn techniques and competencies of biomedical sciences as a researcher.