After hearing from multiple DVMs about how miserable they are due to huge loans, I have come to the conclusion I don't want a huge loan! (Duh, right?) I was accepted to CSU's DVM program... as an out of state student. I would have to pay $54,000 a year just in tuition. Through lots of hard work (I worked 2 jobs simultaneously all through college so far) I have no debt at the moment. It sickens me to think I could have nearly $250,000 in just 4 years! After doing some research, I applied to, and was accepted to a little veterinary school in the European country of Estonia, which is properly accredited in Europe and is on the list of foreign schools provided by the AVMA where, if I attend, I can practice here in the USA after jumping through those few extra hoops. I have thoroughly researched all aspects of getting licensed here in the USA, I have a source for a loan to go overseas, and I have visited the school and was happy with the town it is in and was happy with the educational institution and the clinic and everything. I do believe I would leave the school a competent DVM. My question is a very narrow one: if I attend this school in a country most Americans haven't even heard of, will I have a hard time finding a job in the US? Assuming I get licensed and am not an awful vet, would the stigma associated with going to a little foreign school like that be a career killer? My orientation at CSU starts in less than a week; the school in Europe starts in 2, so I need to decide pretty much right now. Again, I do understand the foreign vet licensing process, and have spent several months researching all other aspects of the plan I can think of. My only major remaining hangup is my job prospects upon returning home. Any feedback would be massively appreciated. Thank you all so much for reading!!!