Piazza Umberto I 1
70121 Bari Italy
Università degli Studi di Bari, Facoltà di Medicina Veterinaria
Recognition status :
EAEVE European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education
RCVS Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
The University of Bari, provided by RD 30/9/1923 No 2102, was established by Decree of 9 October 1924 on the foundations of the old University School of Pharmacy and Notaries, which are activated immediately after the Unification of Italy to replace the Royal High School in Puglia. To be admitted to the Bachelor's Degree in Medicine Veterinary must be in possession of a high school diploma upper secondary or other securities that are obtained abroad. Access to the course is regulated by Article. 1 Law No. 2/8/1999 264, which, in implementing Directive 78/1027/EEC provides admission to many programs. Admission to the course of study requires (Article 4 of Law 2/8/1999 No 264) passing the appropriate tests of general knowledge. Test is prepared by MIUR and takes place at national level and on manner prescribed by the Ministry. The University shall by 1 July to indicate the method and schedule of admission tests along with the requirements for participation. The tests are carried out under the responsibility of special committees, as required by the Rules of Faculty, in accordance with existing national legislation and provisions of the Academic Senate. The entire course of study corresponds to 300 university credits (CFU). Each credit corresponds to 25 hours total commitment the student, including participation in educational activities and study staff. To attain a degree in veterinary medicine students must have acquired the 300 CFU of the plan of study. The Bachelor master degree in veterinary medicine is allowing, Having passed the qualifying examination, the exercise of veterinary profession. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bari won in 2004 for the educational level of the organization and training requirements theoretical and practical approval to be included in the "system European accreditation, established by the EEC Directives 78/1026 and 78/1027, issued by the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE) (www.eaeve.org / Evaluation -- Establishments status) which periodically checks for compliance with those standards and submit each Faculty at the "accreditation process dell'EAEVE" educational standards.