The EVDC is a non-profit educational organization whose objectives are the advancement of veterinary dentistry, odonto-stomatology and oral surgery. Fees are charged to help cover the costs of performing the College’s activities and duties.

Types of fees

Training programme fees

Applicants for membership of the EVDC are required to have completed an approved training programme. Proposed training programmes and the facilities that will be used during training must be pre-approved by the EVDC and programmes are reviewed at regular intervals throughout their duration. Fees are charged to cover a proportion of the College’s costs relating to assessment of training programmes and facilities.

Application for approval of a training programme € 120
Training programme review € 60
Handling fee for documents resubmitted after
being found to be incomplete before assessment
(The full fee is due on resubmission of items that were previously assessed)
€ 50

College membership Application fees

Fees are charged to cover the College’s costs relating to reviewing an applicant’s credentials.

Application for EVDC membership € 400
Handling fee for documents resubmitted after
being found to be incomplete before assessment
(The full fee is due on resubmission of items that were previously assessed)
€ 50

College entry examination fees

The College entry examination is divided into three sections, all of which must be completed successfully. Fees are charged to contribute to the costs of each section of the examination with a discounted fee when all three sections are taken at the same time.

Full examination (all 3 sections) € 1200
Theory section of examination € 300
Image oriented section of examination € 300
Practical section of examination € 600
Theory plus Image oriented section € 600
Practical plus either theory or image oriented section € 900

College membership fees

Members are either Diplomates or Honorary Members. Honorary members are not required to pay membership fees. Diplomates are required to pay membership fees unless they have been granted Retired or Life Diplomate status. Those examined candidates who successfully complete the College entry examination are deemed to have paid the membership fee for the remainder of the year in which the examination was taken.

Membership fees are due annually in advance, i.e., they must be paid by 1st January. Since 2017, the annual membership fee is 300 EUR.

Appeals fees

Fees are levied to cover the costs of handling appeals against adverse decisions made by the College.

Initial assessment of an appeal * € 100
Cost of a meeting with College representatives # € ?
Cost of a meeting with an EBVS representative # € ?

* In the event that an appeal is successful, the initial assessment fee will be refunded.
Meeting costs vary and will be calculated at the time a meeting is requested.

Other fees

Fees may be charged for other services provided by the College, such as providing mock examinations and training sessions. The fees for these services will be published at the appropriate time and will reflect the cost of providing the service/s.

Payment of fees

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Fees must be paid in a manner which does not incur additional expense for the College. Any bank charges or currency conversion fees relating to payment of College fees must be met by those making the payments.

Payment details will be supplied to third parties who are invoiced by the College. College members, trainees, applicants and exam candidates have the option of ether paying by bank transfer or using the College’s on-line payment system. Details are provided in the EVDC DMS and TMS. Prospective trainees will be given access to the TMS when they notify the Secretary of their intention to apply for approval of a training programme. Payment details may also be obtained from the Secretary or Treasurer using the contact details available on the EVDC web site (www.evdc.info).

All automated payments must have an easily recognised payment reference so that they can be recognised and accounted for. The on-line payment system does this automatically for those paying for their own fees. Payments on behalf of others must be suitably annotated. Please ensure that payments in relation to invoices issued by the Treasurer quote the payment reference or invoice number indicated in the invoice. Payment references for other payments should be  in the form of a prefix indicating the category of payment (see below) followed by the surname and initials of the person or the company name that the payment relates to, e.g. O/Surname_I.

Recognised payment prefixes:
T = Training programme payment
A = Membership application payment
E = Examination fee payment
M = Membership fee payment
O = Other payment category

Contacting EVDC

Correspondence relating purely to payment of fees may be addressed to the EVDC Treasurer. All other correspondence must be addressed to the EVDC Secretary using one of the official correspondence addresses available on the College web site.

Informal contact regarding fees may be made by email to either:
treasurer @ evdc.org   or   secretary @ evdc.org