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CVMBS student wins MSD Animal Health/WVA Veterinary Student Scholarship Program for the year 2018

Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine Student Eliya Peter Sangoma, from Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) has won the MSD Animal Health/WVA Veterinary Student Scholarship Program for the year 2018.

Eliya Songoma Award intro

Eliya who is the Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine, third year student from the    College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Sokoine University of Agriculture  was one of the 41 veterinary students out of 240 from 30 countries who won a scholarship of 5,000 US Dollar from MSD Animal Health and World Veterinary Association.

Speaking with excitement after receiving the award, Eliya said the scholarship will assist him during his studies at SUA especially during his research work.

“I’m so excited, it was a competitive scholarship but am glad I made it,  I was able to get 5,000 USD and certificate, this is honour to me, my teachers, College  and my University SUA” said Eliya.

He added that the aim of the scholarship is to recognize the efforts of veterinary students and their academic achievements and also to help them progress even further in their Veterinary careers.

Speaking during the 35th world veterinary Congress in San Jose Costa Rica, President of World Veterinary Association Dr. Johnson Chiang said Veterinary students are the future of veterinary profession.

“By investing and promoting excellent students, the WVA and MSD animal health, are promoting and developing farther the veterinary profession to ensure that human, animals and environment  prosper together”  Said WVA President  Dr. Chiang.

The MSD Animal Health and WVA Veterinary Student Scholarship Program is designed to help students to continue their studies by offering direct financial support aiding the selected students with their scholastic development. 
The review of applications considered financial need, academic achievement, engagement of the students with their future career path, leadership potential, and letters of support from their professors and deans.

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Press Release - Veterinary Student Scholarship Program 2018 - And the selected students

 

 

Ongoing: University Examinations for CVMBS Diploma Candidates

Candidates for Diploma in Tropical Animal Health and Production as well as Diploma in Laboratory Technology have started their University Examinations on 24th of June, 2019. The Examination will last for two weeks. You can view the Examination schedule online or download paper format hereBVM and BLS students will start their examination on the first of July (01.07.2019) and continue for three weeks. Examination schedule will be available online and for download soon. Follow us on social medial and this page for update

The Principal of CVMBS wishes all students all the best in their examinations.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Course for Private and State Veterinarians

College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences of SUA in collaboration with public and private stake holders is planning to conduct a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) short course to Field Veterinarians (public and Private). The course duration is five days and the course focus is on Reproduction issues in Cattle and Diseases of Poultry.

Watch this space for future announcements. You can also follow us in Facebook, twitter and Instagram to get course updates. 

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