ReVET

A PSU Erasmus+ Project

Project Overview

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Acronym
ReVET
Specific Activity
Curriculum development
Contact (Project Coordinator)

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
+34 928 454 333
web_fv@ulpgc.es

Contact (PSU Partner)
International Affairs Office
Prince of Songkla University
66 74 446824
psu-international@psu.ac.th
List of Partners (Project Coordinator italicized)
Partner Institution Country City
UNIVERSIDAD DE LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA Spain Las Palmas De Gran Canaria
CHEA SIM UNIVERSITY OF KAMCHAYMEAR Cambodia Phnom Penh
ECOLE NATIONALE VETERINAIRE DE TOULOUSE France Toulouse
GADJAH MADA UNIVERSITY Indonesia Yogyakarta
HOC VIEN NONG NGHIEP VIET NAM Vietnam Hanoi
INSTITUT PERTANIAN BOGOR Indonesia Bogor
JILIN AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY China (People'S Republic Of) Changchun
KASETSART UNIVERSITY Thailand Bangkok
NINGBO UNIVERSITY China (People'S Republic Of) China
PRINCE OF SONGKLA UNIVERSITY Thailand Hat Yai
ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE Cambodia Phnom Penh
TRUONG DAI HOC NONG LAM - THANH PHO HO CHI MINH Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City
UNIVERSIDADE DO PORTO Portugal Porto
UNIVERSITEIT GENT Belgium Gent
Project Number
561668-EPP-1-2015-1-ES-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP
Grant Awarded (Euros)
998,430.00
Year
2015

Project Summary

ReVET is a Project involving 14 HEIs (4 European and 10 Asian) with the main aim to contribute to the promotion, strengthening and capacity building of veterinary studies in Asian partners Universities using the European “know-how”. The main basis of the present proposal is transferring and sharing the experience in the veterinary field from Europe to Asia and from Asia to Europe.

 The entire partnership will work together building and reinforcing curriculum and all the teaching material needed for a high quality standard veterinary college to be implemented in Asian partner countries. The proposal strategy is as follows; firstly, an infield study of the situation will give to the project a faithful idea of the state of the art. Secondly, this information will be up-loaded and shared on the ReVET platform. 

New curriculums will be designed by EU and Asian academic staff; Asian teachers will receive a training of trainers in Europe (at the same time they will share their experience throughout open-day talks and lectures in the European HEIs). Third, all teaching materials needed, will be generated by European and Asian teachers. Last, but not least, the new curriculum will be implemented in the third year of the project.

The impact of the project will be as a cascade: the instruction of the veterinary student is reinforced, thus skills will be improved, as the results of the improvement, the livestock production and welfare will be most favourable alleviating hunger and a better control of food safety. Finally zoonotic outbreaks will be reduced contributing to an overall impact for the world.  

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