MSD Animal Health & FVE Veterinary Students Scholarship Program 2019

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Application Deadline: 30 October 2019

The 2019 scholarship grants aim to enhance the academic experience of 36 veterinary students (2nd and 3rd year from EU Veterinary Faculties across Europe) taking into account their diversity and financial needs.

The Federation of Veterinarians of Europe
The Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE), founded in 1975, is an umbrella organisation
of veterinary organisations in Europe. The FVE represents 47 veterinary organisations from 40
European countries and includes four sections, each representing a key group in the
veterinary profession
The European veterinary profession, embodied by FVE, strives to enhance animal health,
animal welfare, public health and the protection of the environment by promoting the
veterinary profession. Together with its members, FVE aims to support veterinarians in
delivering their professional responsibilities to the best possible standard, and that this
expertise is recognized and valued by society.
Veterinarians play a vital part in society. And FVE plays a vital part in making sure
veterinarians can do their jobs well – for everyone’s benefit.
MSD Animal Health/FVE – 2019 Veterinary Student Scholarship
MSD Animal Health1 and FVE2 are proud to demonstrate their dedication to veterinary
students by providing $5,000 scholarships for a total of USD$ 180,000.00 to be awarded to
thirty-six (36) European veterinary students from the 2
nd or 3rd year (studying veterinary
medicine in a Veterinary Establishment member of the European Association of
Establishments for Veterinary Education – EAEVE3
). The aim is that this grant will enhance
their academic experience taking into account merit with some consideration to financial
needs and diversity.
Eligibility Requirements
• Not been recipients of any previous MSD Animal Health/FVE scholarship;
• Second- and Third-year veterinary students;

• Currently enrolled at a recognized veterinary establishment in their country (a
veterinary establishment accredited or approved by the European Association of
Establishments for Veterinary Education – EAEVE4
• Citizen of a European country.

For more information:

Visit the official webpage of FVE

Abiola is one of the team members at

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