International evaluation of veterinary training is crucial event for the development of veterinary education for European veterinary faculties. It is organized by the The European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE) for all veterinary faculties in Europe. It currently contains two stages: evaluation (Stage I) and accreditation (Stage II). While the evaluation is more or less compulsory for all veterinary faculties, wishing to participate in international cooperation in veterinary training , accreditation is voluntary extension for which currently apply only the best veterinary colleges in Europe.
In 2004 Veterinary and Pharmaceutical University in Brno undergone evaluation organized by EAEVE. This evaluation was based on European directives and No. 78/1027/EEC 78/1026/EEC and Standard operating procedures EAEVE. After this international evaluation was Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology placed on the List of Evaluated and Approved Institutions by EAEVE.
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
Both veterinary faculties underwent international evaluation in 2013 again to defend the place at List of Evaluated and Approved Institutions by EAEVE.
In this year university underwent the assessment at two levels (Stage I, Stage II) for first time. The first level assessed whether faculty fulfils the requirements of the European legislation for veterinary training and veterinary education requirements of EAEVE and FVE in accordance with Directive 2005/36/EC as regards the training of veterinary surgeons. The second level assessed process, assessment and feedback in the veterinary training.
Self-evaluation Reports and Final Reports - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology