Wildlife Education Supporting Conservation 

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Apply today & help wildlife in Belize

The Belize Wildlife & Referral Clinic (BWRC) was founded in 2011 and provides veterinary  and wildlife courses and internships. Your participation in courses and internships contributes directly to sustainable funding for BWRC, its partners and conservation in Belize and the region. From the Directors of BWRC, thank you for your application to our programs and we hope to see you soon in Belize

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  • $950 per week (first 2 weeks); $850 per week Additional Weeks.
  • $3,300 per month
  • Professional Internships (for veterinarians) Contact us
  • $2,100 for 8-day courses
  • $3,000 for 12 day courses
  • $990 for 12 Modules
  • Deposits are non-refundable.
  • Program payments (apart from deposits) are refundable until 90 days prior to course commencement.
  • After 90 days prior to program commencement, only 50% of the program fee (apart from registration fees) may be refunded.
  • After 60 days prior to program commencement, no refund is available on any part of the payment.
  • Refunds will be processed within 30 days of cancellation.
  • Refunds will be returned minus processing and transfer fees

Payment Information

Please click the button below to make a payment then enter the amount due. If you wish to make a payment using your credit card, but without having or creating a PayPal Account, use the bottom right option once you reach the PayPal window. Note for credit card payments, you must add 2.5% to your total.

Check or Money Order

Send Mail To: Belize Wildlife and Referral Clinic
C/O Isabelle Paquet-Durand
P.O. Box 226
San Ignacio, Cayo
Belize, Central America

For security reasons, please email us for wire-transfer instructions.

Financial Information

  •  To submit your application, fill this form, email us your resume, and your $50 application.
  • Upon acceptance, a $400 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your enrollment in the program.
  • Wildife Institute students and interns may be filmed or photgraphed during the course of their program. If you do not wish to be filmed or photographed, please let us know at that time.

Application fee and non-refundable deposit payable via our secure online payment gateway HERE.

Refer a friend and get $100 off your balance when they register!

Financial Planning

Study abroad has become a requisite part of University student life. Vet schools and residency programs seek applicants with clinical experience and students seek international experience to help them gain a competitive edge. Veterinary scholarships are scarce. At Belize Wildlife & Referral Clinic (BWRC), our study abroad programs are life-changing opportunities for students to cultivate their global perspective while participating in world-class veterinary study abroad programs. We at the BWRC do our best to design cost-competitive, one-fee programs that cover your tuition and most of your expenses during your trip. We encourage our students to be proactive in raising the necessary funds for their trip; seeking scholarships & grants, actively fund-raising and even taking out more student loans if necessary. We encourage students to plan 6-12 months ahead allowing ample time to secure funding and plan personal schedules around their study abroad trip.

Financial Planning Tips
  • Ask yourself if you can afford this at this time. Give yourself plenty of time to financially prepare.
  • Decide how much you and your family can contribute to your study abroad experience. Be sure to include a budget for your program tuition, flight, additional meals, supplemental insurance and some spending money.
  • Ask yourself if you work more or save more, how much could you contribute to your study abroad trip.
  • Set a personal fund raising goal and research methods that others have used to raise money for their study abroad. Ideas include work-sponsored events, an event you organize such as a yard sale, dinner or silent auction and judicious use of crowd-funding.
  • Ask your University Financial Aid adviser for tips on securing scholarships, grants and whether loans may be applied to your study abroad and related expenses.
  • Start 6-12 months ahead researching study abroad scholarships.
  • Apply for financial aid. You may use the FAFSA to apply for student financial aid to fund your study abroad.
  • Ask BWRC for a payment plan you can afford.
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