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The Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Hassan II (AVI)

Track Training Veterinary Medicine
Veterinary medicine in Morocco: a growing industry
Veterinary medicine combines the sciences related to prevention, control and treatment of animal diseases, and hygiene education and the production of livestock products and animal origin. It is exercised by the veterinary surgeons
The rapid scientific progress, particularly in the areas of biotechnology and information technology, requires the use of new tools to practice veterinary medicine.
The liberalization of the national economy, the future development of trade including animals and their products, the duty of conserving and protecting the environment and finally the new requirements on hygiene and public health many new challenges for the veterinary students.
In this scientific environment and new economic objective of the training is to prepare the veterinary doctor at its future position characterized by a variety of career opportunities, whether in animal health and production in health, environment and public health .
Training in veterinary medicine lasts six years and begins with one year common to all branches of science of agriculture, called Preparatory Year Graduate Studies in Agriculture (APESA).
Veterinary medicine in Morocco is a profession regulated by law (see regulations below).
Until 1969, the training of veterinary surgeons was Moroccan Embassy / Consulate. From September 1970, the veterinary training takes place in Morocco, at the Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hasan (IAV Hassan 11, Rabat campus). This is a public institution with legal personality and financial within the autonomy of Ministry of Agriculture and the Development of Agriculture. Its missions include training of senior management, research, development and continuing education in the sciences of Agriculture.
Information about admission to veterinary studies
1. Admission to the APESA
To be eligible for APESA (Preparatory Year to Graduate Studies in Agriculture), must:
- Be aged 23 up to October 1st of the year of admission.
- Hold a Bachelor of Science Moroccan or equivalent.
Seating is limited, a selection is made on the basis of marks baccalaureate following subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Natural Science, French and Geography. A quota is respected academy.
2. Conduct of APESA
The subjects taught in APESA aim to consolidate and complete the training of students in basic sciences (mathematics, physics, chemistry, geology, cell biologists, plant and animal). To improve language skills in French, an intensive course (3-4 weeks) is held in early academic year. The number of hours of basic science material is attached to this document.
3. Selecting students for the veterinary industry
At the end of the APESA, students are ranked in order of merit in conjunction with the notes of the overall review, the review part of the continued testing, students admitted in 2nd year are oriented in different channels training, particularly in veterinary medicine, taking into account:
the order of merit in the classification
the student's choice
places available in the chosen branch
Between 40 and 50 students are selected each year to monitor veterinary studies in second year.
Environment Studies
The course lasts 6 years. Only one repetition is allowed in any school. Repetition is not allowed in first year (APESA).
Students generally receive a scholarship and room and board at the boarding of the IAV Hassan II in the limited places available.
Agricultural Documentation Centre (ADC) provides students 30,000 books, 330 magazines, 3,500 theses and computerized reference service. To assist students, a watchman is 23 hours until the evening.
To combine study, work, research and recreation, the LAV Hassan II has several sports fields and a sports equestrian
Royal Decree No: 513-67 of 9 Muharram 1388 (April 8, 1968) establishing the Institute Agronomique Hassan II.
The Dahir No.: 1-73-568 of 8 Hijjah 1393 (January 2, 1974) amending and supplementing the Royal Decree No. 513-67 of 9 Moharam 1388 (April 8, 1968) establishing the Hassan II Institute of Agronomy.
Decree No: 2-73-554 1393 10 Hijja (January 4, 1974) concerning the conditions of admission to the Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Hassan 11, and the duration of studies and conditions for obtaining diplomas awarded by the Institute.
The Dahir nO: 1-80-340 17 Safar 1401 (25 December 1980) relating to the pursuit of private medicine, surgery and veterinary pharmacy.
The Dahir No.: 1-93-230 of 19 Rebia 1414 (October 6, 1993) on the National Order of Veterinarians.
Dahir n ° ': 1-94-115 7 Ramadan 1414 (February 18, 1994) amending and supplementing Act No.: 21-80 on the year as private medicine, surgery and pharmaceuticals veterinarian.
Services and laboratories
Veterinary Hospital
Laboratory of Genetic Markers
Laboratory of Doping Control
Equestrian Club El Harka
Departments providing training veterinary
1. Veterinary Departments
Four veterinary departments provide the majority of teaching during the six years of study:
Department of Biological Sciences and Veterinary Pharmaceuticals
Unit of Comparative Anatomy
Unit of Animal Physiology and Therapeutics
Unit of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Biochemistry Medical
Department of Pathology and Public Health Veterinarians
Unit of Pathological Anatomy and Histology
Unit of Microbiology, Immunology and Contagious Diseases
Unit of Hygiene and Industries Foodstuffs of Animal Origin (HIDAOA)
Unit of Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases
Avian Pathology Unit
Department of Medicine, Surgery and Reproduction
Unit of Pathology of Medical and Surgical Monogastrics
Unit of Medical and Surgical Pathology of Ruminants
Unit of Animal Reproduction, Obstetrics and Artificial Insemination
Department University Hospital Veterinarian
Clinical Medicine and Surgery Monogastrics
Clinical Medicine and Surgery in Ruminants
Avian Pathology Clinic
Contagious Diseases Clinic
Clinical Parasitology
Reproduction Clinic
Pathology Clinic
2. Other departments
Several other units of departments, together with other training courses, participate in veterinary education:
Unity Productions Animales
Unit of Economic and Social Sciences
Unit Training
Applied Statistics UnitMissions
Founded in 1966, the Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Hassan II (AVI) is an institution of higher education and research.
Regarded as an institution "leader" in the life sciences and earth, it performs three basic tasks included: training, research and development in the areas of agriculture, rural development, development of space and management of natural resources. Since its inception, it has evolved from an institutional and has managed to broaden its national, regional and international levels. Joined polytechnic multidisciplinary expertise, it provides initial training and continuing education of scientists and technologies and earth (Engineers, Doctors and Doctors of Veterinary Sciences Agricultural) to meet the needs of senior executives sectors of the development of rural areas, agriculture, livestock, agro-industry, fisheries and the environment. It contributes actively to the effort to modernize agriculture through conducting innovative research programs that meet the expectations and needs of a constantly changing world of agriculture, upgrading of enterprises and technology transfer.

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