Candidates must hold a recognized veterinary degree from a University or equivalent institution of higher learning. Institutions that are listed in the "anabin" data base and received an H+ mark are accepted.
Candidates holding a veterinary degree of an EAEVE/AVMA/AVBC accredited veterinary schools may enter the program immediately after graduation. Other candidates are required to have at least one year of professional experience in small animal veterinary medicine prior to entering the program.
For the whole duration of the Master program, candidates must be employed full-time or part-time in a veterinary practice or clinic with a caseload of at least 1000 diseased small animals (500 per clinician) per year and adequate facilities for examination, surgery, diagnostic imaging and hospitalization: Clinic Requirements Part-time employment with a minimum of 20h / week is possible as long as the caseload and equipment requirements are fully met.
What does the Program cost?
The fees consist of a registration fee, tuition fees (regular ESAVS course fees) and examination/evaluation fees.
Annual registration fee: 500 (covers the administrative costs and semester fees)
Tuition fees: fees for the courses in the chosen discipline - please refer to the individual course page via ESAVS courses