European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE)
Association européenne des établissements d'enseignement vétérinaire (AEEEV)
The European System of Evaluation of Veterinary Training was conceived as a peer assessment programme and was started and financed (1985-1993) by the European Commission (EC) on the recommendation of the Advisory Committee on Veterinary Training (ACVT), which later recommended a permanent system be set up. EAEVE was requested by the EC to set up and run the system on a self-financing basis in 1994.
Evaluate, promote and further develop the quality and standard of veterinary medical establishments and their teaching within, but not limited to, the member states of the European Union; act as final arbiter in the European System of Evaluation of Veterinary Training (ESEVT).
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General Assembly (GA); Executive Committee (ExCom); Parent organization of European Committee on Veterinary Education (ECOVE); Committee of Internal Quality Assurance (CIQA) directs development, implementation, revision and improvement of quality in the ESEVT; Office in Vienna (Austria).
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