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We know you love animals as much as we do, so the next question is do you want to make working with animals your career? The students and faculty at the Vet Tech Institute at International Business College have all followed their passion for animals. We invite you to see if attending the Vet Tech Institute's veterinary technology program is right for you.
Schedule a visit and tour the school.
Visiting the Vet Tech Institute at International Business College and other schools is an important part of choosing both a career and a school that is right for you. We want you to see for yourself what makes the Vet Tech Institute such a special place.
Individual tours are scheduled year round and we can work with your schedule so that the visit fits into your busy life.
When you visit the Vet Tech Institute and take a tour of our facilities, you will meet with an admissions representative who will want to get to know you and help you understand both our veterinary technology program and whether it sounds like a career for you. If you decide VTI is right for you, your admissions representative will be there to help throughout the admissions and enrollment process.
Submit your application.
We accept applications all year round. You may complete your application in person during your tour or online.
To be considered for admission to International Business College, an applicant must have graduated from or be a potential graduate from a valid high school, private school, or equivalent. When an applicant has not yet graduated, offers of admission are contingent on high school graduation. Applicants are admitted for enrollment on the basis of previous scholastic records as evidenced by a transcript of work completed in high school or in college. Information that may be considered when making admissions decisions includes GED scores, other Indiana testing scores, cumulative GPA, program-related course grades, high school rank, written essays, and standardized test scores.
Veterinary technology program applicants whose transcripts indicate a possible deficiency in reading comprehension may be required to interview with the program director and complete an examination of reading comprehension. Applicants for the veterinary technology program must also complete an essay to demonstrate their aptitude for, and interest in, a career in veterinary technology.
Are you ready to start a career that loves you back?
Take the next step and talk to an admissions representative today. To schedule your visit, call us at 800.589.6363, request information or schedule your tour online! Or, if you are ready, apply online!