What is Veterinary Education Worldwide?

ViEW is a not-for-profit organisation which brings together veterinary professionals, educators and academics involved in veterinary education from around the world. We aim to promote and support excellence in veterinary education across the globe. More information.

Who do we represent?

ViEW members come from all over the world, and have very diverse backgrounds. Our members work in clinical practice, universities and colleges, government, research institutions and charities to name just a few.  We all have one thing in common: a passion for veterinary education. Become a member.

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Latest News

New ViEW Board Members

Following our AGM in Basel, we are excited to announce that we have two new board members. Harold has stepped down as secretary, being replaced by Christin Kleinsorgen from Hannover, Germany; and Sheena has stepped down as Treasurer being replaced by Chris Trace from Surrey, UK. We wish them both […]

The ViEW guide to AMEE 2018

As AMEE 2018 fast approaches, we have put together a handy summary of events and talks that might be of particular interest to our members.   ViEW pre-conference workshop: ‘The three C’s of technology-enhanced learning: Current trends, Collaboration and the Cutting edge.’ Sun 26th – all day Book in advance […]

ViEW workshop @ VetEd 2018 – Speed Networking!

ViEW are hosting a Speed Networking event at the Vet Ed conference in July at Utrecht University. What is Speed Networking? It’s a light-hearted way to meet new people at the conference, by spending roughly 5 minutes chatting to each person as you rotate around the group. Remember to bring […]

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