The Certificate program (CAS) and the Master program (MAS) are the two continuing education options ESAVS provides. The CAS is ideal for candidates who want to enhance their knowledge in a highly specialized field while avoiding the extra time required for the MAS.
Although the MAS does require a greater time commitment, it is perfect for those who desire a more comprehensive scope of knowledge and expertise within their chosen discipline. Before a student enrols in either program, they should consider which option is more suitable to their academic aspirations and time requirements.
To apply for the Certificate of Small Animal Veterinary Practice in the discipline of your choice, please take the following steps:
2) Make payment of the application fee (60 Euros). Click here to make your payment.
3) After receipt of a confirmation of payment for the application fee, please submit the documents in the following list as an e-mail attachment in PDF format only.
Please make sure to send the files attached individually and named accordingly to their content (NOT ALL IN ONE DOCUMENT!).
These documents will be forwarded to the Post Graduate Program Committee. You will be notified in due course whether your application has been accepted and receive an invoice to pay a registration fee.
List of Application Documents:
1) Personal identification
2) Proof of academic background
3) Proof of health insurance coverage
4) A detailed CV in English*
5) Selected course curriculum
6) Proof of participation in ESAVS course(s) in the past – if applicable
For details please see section “Admission and Fees”
Please note: Your application may only be processed if:
a) your application documents are complete (1. – 6.)
b) the application fee of 60 Euros was received
c) the documents and fee were sent within the designated application period for the semester you would like to enroll in, not any time sooner or later (please see Important Dates)
We ask for your understanding that your application may not be processed if all of the above requirements are not met.