- Being accredited by the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE) means that the veterinary studies taught at CEU UCH meet the most stringent quality requirements established by the European Union Education Committee.
The School of Veterinary Medicine at University CEU Cardenal Herrera has achieved the “approval and accreditation” of the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE), the international body that officially accredits Veterinary Teaching Centres in Europe. Out of the more than one hundred veterinary schools in Europe, only 17 have this level of quality recognition; in Spain there are only two.
The EAEVE is the entity that brings together the main veterinary schools in Europe. Veterinary degrees are subjected to a demanding process of review and analysis by EAEVE, and if they demonstrate the high standards required, they are granted what is called the level of approval. It is a voluntary process veterinary schools go through if they consider themselves to meet the requirements in order to be classed as excellent by this prestigious entity.
The EAEVE has two standards: the level of approval and the level of accreditation. The latter, which is the highest level that can be achieved, involves evaluating not only the academic level of the degree but also the quality processes which guarantee educational and operational excellence.
With more than 20 years of experience, Veterinary Medicine at University CEU Cardenal Herrera is the leading veterinary school in the Valencian Community; a pioneer in introducing veterinary studies in our Community.
Internationalisation, research and a rigorous theoretical and practical education are the characteristics that define and characterise the Degree in Veterinary Medicine at University CEU Cardenal Herrera, an exemplary centre which offers its students tailor-made learning with professional educators of international prestige and facilities which facilitate hands-on learning from day one of the degree.
Students from 70 countries come together in the classrooms of the School of Veterinary Medicine at CEU UCH. 39% of the students in this veterinary school are international. It is the only veterinary school in Spain with three linguistic pathways (Spanish, French and English).