External Practical Training(EPT project)
All veterinary students need to spend some time gaining work
experience in the various fields of the veterinary profession.
Veterinary faculties help in offering suitable places. And generally
areas such as farm animal and companion animal practice are covered
well. Less common areas do not immediately attract young graduates
and are harder to find, while being not less interesting.
EVERI is providing an information hub to facilitate contact between
students, the various colleges of specialization and private enterprises
on a European and international level. EVERI is also aiming to
establish extramural study opportunities, which fulfill certain
conditions demonstrating content, ambition and contribution of
the studies to the curriculum to be eligible for credits.
If you are interested please contact EVERI - email@example.com
- for the more information (places available, training period,
funding,etc) and for the application form.
EPT in Aquatic Animal Health and Aquaculture
In addition to the rolling EPT project in Laboratory Animal Medicine, EVERI has launched a new EPT scheme in Aquatic medicine, that has been running for three years since 2014. This scheme will open for applicants again in 2018.
More information and application routines will be annonced in autumn 2017.
You can download reports from former participants here and here.
EPT in Public Health and Food Safety
In Czech Republic - Brno
In collaboration with The University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno, EVERI has launched a new EMS scheme in Public Health and Food Safety(see presentation and award sceme).
Applications on the enclosed application form must be received no later than May 15th 2017.
All information described in the administration routines must be enclosed with the application form.
EPT Vets and Bees
Health of honey bee colonies is crucial in successful beekeeping and pollination. Veterinarians have a vital role in the health of honey bee colonies. In order to create opportunity for veterinary students in Europe to get insight into this specialized field and get practical skills with clinical examinations of honey bee colonies and other veterinarian tasks at apiaries EVERI has launched a new EPT on honey bee health.
In collaboration with The University of Zagreb, Department for Biology and Pathology of Fish and Bees in Croatia, EVERI is looking into External Practical Training opportunities in beekeeping either in Croatia or other countries. Interested veterinary students should contact EVERI under firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please find below the application form or contact us for more information.
form for EVERI Membership