AVMA renews accreditation for Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

In late May, the AVMA accreditation panel visited the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) represents nearly 100,000 Veterinarians America. In addition to many services, it provides veterinary schools in and outside the United States with highly regarded accreditation.

Today it was announced that the faculty has been re-accredited: for the next seven years, our programs once again have this seal of approval. This makes it easier for students to work in the US and Canada after their studies, for example. In addition, this gives us a valuable network of high quality programs of which the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is a part.

Over the next year, we will work on the areas for improvement and will report the results back to the AVMA and include them in preparations for the next visitation.

More about the AVMA

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), founded in 1863, is a non-profit association representing more than 99,500 veterinarians in the US. The U.S. Department of Education has designated the AVMA Council on Education as the accrediting body for schools of veterinary medicine in the United States. In this capacity, the AVMA develops and maintains educational standards for these institutions to ensure the qualifications and competency of graduates of veterinary schools. Learn more at the AVMA website here.