VetCEE accreditation – University of Copenhagen

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Accredited by VetCEE

In March 2014 the Master of Companion Animal Clinical Science programme was given the new VetCEE accreditation from the European Coordinating Committee on Veterinary Training (ECCVT). The accreditation is for the basic species-specific part of the programme, corresponding to the Danish Veterinary Association's two-year certification programme in Companion Animal Diseases/Small Animal Diseases.

The Veterinary Continuous Education in Europe (VetCEE) is an independent organisation. VetCEE was set up by the European Coordination Committee for Veterinary Training in conjunction with the Union of European Veterinary Practitioners (UEVP) and with the help of the Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA) in establishing the companion animal standards. The aim is to create comparable international standards for middle-tier level continuing professional education of veterinarians in Europe.

VetCEE accreditation ensures the quality of continuing education programmes in Europe. That way it promotes the harmonization of European standards for post-graduate professional development programmes and therefore the mutual recognition of such programmes throughout Europe.