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Establishments' Status

Table of VEEs' ESEVT and EAEVE Membership status
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Announcements

Veterinary Educational Researcher's Handbook 
The handbook was created in a wide international collaboration, with the aim to support research on teaching, learning and education in the veterinary field.
Available at https://edarxiv.org/dn6e2/

COST action BETTER 
(Biosecurity Enhanced Through Training Evaluation and Raising Awareness)
Call for colleagues involved in biosecurity on livestock farms
Please visit the BETTER site and the CA20103 site

Master’s Programme in “Precision Animal Health” in the academic year 2022/2023 (Austria)
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ECCVT DT&AI WG Final Report 
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ECCVT press-release about Digital Technologies and the use of Artificial Intelligence (DT&AI)
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Projects

Erasmus+ VetRepos project

A shared item repository for progress testing in European veterinary schools

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Call for applications

ESEVT Expert applications welcome
Application Form and Acceptance Procedure

Student Expert on an ESEVT Visitation
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Upcoming Meetings

CIQA meeting
9 December

Coordinators' meeting
9 December

ECOVE meeting
13 December

ExCom meeting
13 December

General Assembly & Educational Day
8-9 June 2023, Leipzig
30-31 May 2024, Alfort (Paris)

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The Association: Foundation, Mission and Objectives:

The European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE) was founded in 1988 and initially based in Maisons-Alfort, France. Later, the administrative office was based in Brussels, Belgium and since 2007, the seat of EAEVE and its offices have been in Vienna, Austria.
 

Mission Statement:

The EAEVE vision is that veterinary education, based on high quality standards, research and innovation, is the key component of the veterinary profession in the service of One Health and its recognition by society.

The EAEVE mission is to represent and support its member establishments within Europe and globally, to drive the harmonization of a research-based veterinary education and its constant evolution in the context of societal challenges. 

The EAEVE/FVE evaluation system gives assurance to
•    the public – to know they can trust the quality of graduating veterinary surgeons and the service they deliver
•    veterinary students – to know their education reaches agreed and acceptable standards
•    veterinary establishments – to know that their curricula and School reaches agreed benchmarked levels

Objectives:

The primary objective is to monitor the harmonization of the minimum standards set down in the study programme for veterinary surgeons in European Union Directive 2005/36.  download  
This is enacted through the European System of Evaluation of Veterinary Training, which is managed by the EAEVE but with joint responsibility together with the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE). A list of Evaluated and Approved Institutions is maintained.

Other objectives are to reinforce cooperation between member establishments and to act as a forum for discussion in order to improve and harmonize veterinary education. Additional tasks are the facilitation of information exchange, staff exchange, student exchange and teaching materials exchange between members.

Members are the faculties, schools and universities involved in teaching and research in veterinary medicine and science. In 2021, out of the 110 Veterinary Educational Establishments existing in Europe, 101 are members of the EAEVE.
 

Strategic Plan 2020-2025:

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Strategic Plan 2015-2020:

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Mid-term Analysis of the Strategic Plan 2015-2020 and EAEVE SWOT Analysis Update (February 2017):

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Code of Conduct of EAEVE:

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Presidents of the EAEVE up to date:

  • 1988 - 1992   Bernard Toma (Maisons Alfort, France)
  • 1992 - 1994   Simon Van den Bergh (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
  • 1994 - 1998   Richard Halliwell (Royal College London, Great Britain)
  • 1998 - 2004   Tito Fernandes (Lisbon, Portugal)
  • 2004 - 2010   Marcel Wanner (Zurich, Switzerland)
  • 2010 - 2014   László Fodor (Budapest, Hungary)
  • 2014 - 2018   Ana Bravo (Lugo, Spain)
  • 2018 -           Stéphane Martinot (Lyon, France)