Recognized Veterinary Schools
If you are interested in studying veterinary science and working in Hong Kong please be aware that at present not every veterinary school is recognized by the Veterinary Surgeon's Board of Hong Kong https://vsbhk.org.hk
For a list of recognized veterinary schools please go to the VSB's website https://vsbhk.org.hk or the HKVA website http://www.hkva.org/vetschools.asp
Hong Kong Government Scholarships
The Hong Kong Government is offering a scholarship program for high achieving
students who wish to study in top universities around the world, the details
can be found at the Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme webpage
The scholarship program does include students wishing to study veterinary science. Hong Kong students wishing to study veterinary science at top overseas universities are encouraged to apply.
Top Veterinary Schools around the world
The top 10 veterinary schools in the world http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings-articles/university-subject-rankings/new-ranking-worlds-top-veterinary-schools
Ranking of USA veterinary schools http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-health-schools/veterinarian-rankings
QS Top Veterinary Schools http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/university-subject-rankings/2015/veterinary-science#sorting=rank+region=+country=+faculty=+stars=false+search=
(Please note that there are many rankings which can be found on the internet and only three are listed here. You are encouraged to do your own searches and compare the different rankings, this will hopefully enable you to come to your own conclusions)
Veterinary Science is probably not going to make you rich
Veterinary Science can be a very rewarding and enjoyable career but even though is can provide a reasonable income it is most likely not going to make you rich. The earning potential of veterinarians is limited by the hours in the day, their level of expertise and the amount of money the public is willing to spend on their pets.
Veterinary fees are often seen as being expensive but it should be pointed out that providing veterinary services is also expensive and profit margins are often not as high as in other professions or industries.
The number of veterinary schools has dramatically increased in recent years and so has the number of graduates, this has possibly occurred without a corresponding increase in the requirement for veterinary services. For more reading on this topic please go to http://www.hkva.org/pressarticles_intl.asp
You are strongly encouraged to do your own research on this subject. As stated above veterinary science can be a very rewarding and enjoyable career but do not enter it as a sure way of becoming wealthy.