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Are there any exceptions?

logoIn exceptional circumstances, individuals who are internationally recognised in the field of veterinary pharmacology and toxicology may be permitted, at the discretion of the Board in consultation with the Credentials Committee, to sit the College examinations without having completed a residency programme.

The individual should be able to demonstrate that he/she is internationally recognised within the field (e.g. curriculum vitae, letters of support). Permission for the individual to sit the certifying examination is at the discretion of the Board in consultation with the Credentials Committee.


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Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 12:08
 
How do I become an ECVPT resident? PDF Print E-mail

logoECVPT has a number of approved sites where there are standard residency programmes. Read more about ECVPT residency programmes.

To become an ECVPT resident you need to have completed an appropriate internship. This is relevant post-graduate training and/or experience in veterinary pharmacology and toxicology for at least 1-year after completion of the basic veterinary training. Read more about ECVPT internship requirements.


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Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 12:43
 
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