The Bila Tserkva Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is the Veterinary Education Esteblashment (VEE)

of  Bila Tserkva National Agrarian University 

now Faculty  Accreditated by ESEVT/EAEVE and is a full member of EAEVE

European Committee of Veterinary Education (ECOVE), who met on 14 December 2021, established the Evaluation result based on the ESEVT full Visitation to Bila Tserkva Faculty of Veterinary Medicine on 04 - 08 October 2021 (described in the Visitation Report)

The Committee concluded that no Major Deficiencies had been found.

In accordance with the European System of Evaluation of Veterinary Training (ESEVT)

and based on the educational requirements of the Directive 2005/36/EC as amended by Directive 2013/55/EU,
the status of the VEE of the Bila Tserkva National Agrarian University is


In line with the ESEVT SOP, the status will be valid for 7 years from the date of the Visitation, i.e. until the end of October 2028

On the national level the Faculty:

has a License from the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine to teach veterinarians (DVM) on Master Degree

 has Accreditation from The National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance (Ukraine)

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Vyshyvanka Day!

The staff of the Department of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the BNAU sincerely congratulates everyone on Vyshyvanka Day! 

Vyshyvanka is a symbol of our culture, history and unity. It unites us as a nation and as people who value freedom.

In this difficult time, when trials become part of our lives, it is important to remember what unites us. We are proud of our country and believe in the Victory. 💙💛

Happy Vyshyvanka Day! 

Taras Tsarenko

Community Engagement: BNAU Veterinary Students Lead Rabies Awareness Survey in Bila Tserkva

📢 Students of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bila Tserkva NAU, according to the practice programme on the subject "Zoonoses and the concept of One Health", are conducting a survey of residents of Bila Tserkva on rabies awareness. This is also part of a scientific and educational project of the Department of Epizootology and Infectious Diseases.

🔍 Students interview city residents to find out their knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding rabies vaccination and protection of people from this deadly disease. They are also conducting explanatory work. 

Integrating Theory and Practice: BNAU Veterinary Students Excel in Clinical Research and Software Training

One of the components of the successful training of a veterinarian is an educational practice, where students consolidate theoretical knowledge in practice. So, under the guidance of teachers of the Department of Propedeutics and Medicine of Internal Diseases of Animals and Poultry: Associate Professor Piddubniak O., assistants Vashchenko O.

Hands-On Learning: 2nd Year Students Enhance Dog Training Skills at Last Hathy with Expert Guidance

The Animal Physiology internship has been completed, and our 2nd year students continue to improve their knowledge of dog training under the supervision of a professional, Alexander Valerievich Koshelev. 
At the same time, the connection with animals continues to teach them important skills of communication and mutual understanding. 
At the Last Hathy dog training centre, students are charged with energy and a positive attitude for the upcoming classes ✨ - with Vitalii Harkavenko at Last Hathy: kennel of German Shepherds

Practical Training for Students at Bila Tserkva NAU: Bridging Theory and Practice in Animal Husbandry and Parasitological Research

In order to consolidate their theoretical knowledge, students underwent clinical practice at the training and production centre of the Bila Tserkva NAU and other animal husbandry facilities, including a poultry farm and the Oleksandria Museum of Wildlife Flora and Fauna LLC in Bila Tserkva. Bila Tserkva.

Hands-On Learning: Mastering Obstetric and Gynecological Diagnoses in Herd Health Management

As part of the programme of educational practice in the discipline "Obstetrics, Gynaecology with the basics of andrology", a medical examination of the herd of repair heifers of the Bila Tserkva NAU was carried out.

The 3rd year students (Master of FVM), together with the Head of the Department of Obstetrics, Associate Professor Borys Ivasenko and Assistant Professor A. Lasiychuk, mastered the methods of making obstetric and gynaecological diagnoses. 

Boris Ivasenko

Exploring Frontiers in Dairy Reproduction: Insights from the International Summit in Turkey

During the period from 25 to 27 April, the assistant of the Department of Obstetrics and Animal Reproduction Biotechnology, Andrii Lasiiichuk, took part in the International Dairy Summit held in Turkey.
The following topics were discussed during the event:
1) Why is reproduction important? Economic impact.
2) New approaches in cow and heifer synchronisation protocols
3) The latest technologies in reproduction 
4) Modern protocols of work in the transit period
5) Methods to improve reproduction performance under heat stress.

Spring Rabies Vaccination Campaign: BNAU Veterinary Medicine Students Join Forces with District Hospitals

Specialists of district state hospitals in the Kyiv region continue the spring rabies vaccination campaign 🐈 🐕 against rabies 💉. 

Traditionally, students of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bila Tserkva National Agrarian University are involved in carrying out protopizootic activities in the districts.

Under the guidance of teachers of the Department of Epizootology and Infectious Diseases, future veterinarians gain practical skills in organising and implementing anti-epizootic measures.
And, of course, a good mood 🙃

Exploring Food Safety: BNAU Students Tour Bila Tserkva City State Laboratory of Veterinary Medicine

🔻 Today, on the occasion of the clinical practice in the discipline "Food Safety and Quality", students of the 4th (M) year of the 3rd group visited the Bila Tserkva City State Laboratory of Veterinary Medicine, where raw materials, food products are examined, as well as a separate pathomorphology department, where blood, urine, other natural fluids, bedding, feed, corpses (for postmortem diagnosis) are examined.

The students learnt about the rules of conduct in the laboratory, safety, biosafety, and work organisation.