Agricultural University of Tirana
The Agricultural University of Tirana is a public university which was established in 1951. It is located in Tirana and offers education in agronomy, veterinary, forestry, ecology, and agribusiness.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
University of Sarajevo (Veterinary Faculty)
The University of Sarajevo is a public university which was established in 1949. It traces its origin as an Islamic polytechnic since 1537. This is the oldest and largest university in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it’s located in the capital city.
The Trakia University or Thrace University was established in 1995 and it’s located in Stara Zagora. It has about 9000 students. There are several faculties part of this university, including the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine with clinics.
University of Forestry, Sofia
The University of Forestry was established in 1953 and it’s located in the capital city. This state university had 6 faculties with a total of 30 departments. The university expanded its fields in the 1990s. It was then that veterinary medicine, as well as ecology and business management, were included.
University of Zagreb
The University of Zagreb was founded in 1669 and it’s one of the oldest and largest Croatian university. The School of Veterinary Medicine was founded in 1919, which transformed into a university faculty in 1925.
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki was established in 1925 and it’s the highest ranked institutions in the country. It is the sixth oldest university in Greece and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine was founded in 1950. It remained to be the only faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Greece for many years.
University of Thessaly
The University of Thessaly was founded in 1984. It has more than 14000 students and the Department of Veterinary Medicine is part of the School of Health Sciences which is located in Larissa.
University of Prishtina (Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary)
The University of Pristina is a public higher education institution founded in 1969. It consists of 17 faculties, 3 of which are faculties of applied sciences while the other 14 are academic faculties.
Saints Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje
The Saints Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje is the largest university in the country which was founded in 1991. It has over 50,000 students and about 700 foreign students. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is part of the university and offers 1 undergraduate study program and 5 postgraduate study programs.
University St. Kliment Ohridski Bitola
Established in 2009, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is located in Bitola. The university consists of 10 faculties, 1 scientific institute, and 1 higher school. This university offers a number of study fields, among which are agricultural and veterinary science.
University of Belgrade
The University of Belgrade is a public university which is the oldest and largest university in Serbia. It was established in 1808 but merged into a single university in 1838. The University of Belgrade had 31 faculties, including the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, and more than 75,000 students. It is considered to be one of the most important educational and research centres in Southeast Europe.
University of Ljubljana
The University of Ljubljana, the largest and oldest university in the country, was established in 1919. It has over 63,000 undergraduate and graduate students and consists of 23 faculties and three academies.
University of Kırıkkale (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)
The only veterinary faculty in the East Thrace of Turkey is part of the University of Kırıkkale. The University of Kırıkkale was established in 1990 and it is a public university which features the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.
This public university was founded in 1972 and it’s one of the most prominent Turkish universities. It has about 88,500 students and its main campus is located in Beyazıt Square, on the European side of the city.