The registration for the 8th FGSVS will be opened soon. Please use the registration form, which will be available within the next days.
Thank you for your patience.
die „French-German-Summer-School for the Promotion of Veterinary Sciences” wird in englischer Sprache abgehalten.
Bitte entnehmen Sie daher nähere Informationen der englischsprachigen Internetseite.
Vielen Dank und bis bald!
Dear interested parties,
the "French-German-Summer-School for the Promotion of Veterinary Sciences" will be held in English.
Please refer to the english website for detailed information.
Thank you very much and see you soon!
Chers étudiants, chères étudiantes,
Chères personnes intéressées !
La "French-German Summer School for the Promotion of Veterinary Sciences" se déroulera en anglais.
Veuillez donc consulter le site Internet en anglais pour plus d'informations.
Merci beaucoup et à bientôt!
Welcome to the French-German Summer School for the Promotion of Veterinary Science 2022
It is our great pleasure to announce the 8th French-German Summer School for the Promotion of Veterinary Science (FGSVS), which will take place from 20.06. - 01.07.2022 at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Leipzig University.
The aim of the French-German Summer School is to promote the scientific development of highly qualified trainees in order to encourage and promote research as well as cooperation between the German and French-speaking institutions for veterinary education.
This year the FGSVS will focus on the topic "One Health in Infection and Immunity".
Here you can find all necessary information about the FGSVS 2022:
8th French-German-Summer School (preliminary!) Program
Leipzig, June 20nd - July 01st 2022
The following figure shows the preliminary schedule. Changes may occur until June.
"One Health in Infection and Immunity"
|Days´ Topic||Official welcome & visit of the faculty||Immunity and Infection in the focus of nutrition||DokFo||clinic day||Laboratory training||Guided City Tour||Zoo visit||Paraclinic diagnostics||Paraclinic diagnostics/ visit „Core units” rotation||Paraclinic diagnostics/ visit „Core units” rotation||Zoonosis and Animal diseases in Europe||Debate day|
|09:00||Registration||Lecture (animal nutrition)||Leipzig Doctoral Forum||clinic day||Laboratory diagnostics – hands on training (laboratory Köller) - analysation of samples||Bus Tour City of Leipzig||Zoo Leipzig||Theoretical training||Laboratory diagnostics – hands on training (4 groups of 6) (bacteriology, virology, parasitology, immunology)||Laboratory diagnostics – hands on training (4 groups of 6) (bacteriology, virology, parasitology, immunology)||lecture: African Swine fever, Blue Tongue Virus, West Nil Virus, Covid-19 oa.||Debate: prevention of animal diseases in an European context|
|10:00||Official welcome||Lecture/course (food hygiene – nutrition associated infections)|
|12:00||lunch||lunch||lunch||lunch||lunch||Lunch at Auerbachs Keller||Lunch at the Zoo||lunch||lunch||lunch||lunch||lunch|
|13:00||Campus tour||Presentation of participants PhD projects / doctorates (max. 16)||Leipzig Doctoral Forum||clinic day||Vet Day||Free time||Zoo Leipzig||Theoretical training||Laboratory diagnostics – hands on training (4 groups of 6) (bacteriology, virology, parasitology, immunology)||Presentation of cases and discussion||departure|
|14:00||Presentation of participants PhD projects / doctorates (8x)|
|evening||Free time||Free time||Trip to lake Cospuden||Facultie´s summer BBQ||Free time||Free time||Free time||Free time||Visit of the Völkerschlachtdenkmal|
The Venue: our Faculty
The French-German-Summer School takes place at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Leipzig. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is one of five veterinary educational institutions in Germany and one of 14 faculties of the University of Leipzig. Our campus is located in the southeast of the city of 600,000 inhabitants, only a few kilometers from the city center.
How to get there:
By plane Leipzig-Halle Airport is about 30 minutes by car from the city centre. Every half hour a shuttle bus commutes between the airport and Leipzig Central Station or the S-Bahn (suburban railway). If there is no direct flight from your city to Leipzig, we recommend you fly to Berlin (approx. 2 hours by train to Leipzig), Frankfurt am Main or Hannover (each approx. 3.5 hours by train to Leipzig). There are regular trains from all three cities to Leipzig.
Interregio and Intercity trains connect Leipzig with almost all European cities.
By car you can reach Leipzig via the motorways A9 (Berlin - Nürnberg), A 14 (Halle - Dresden) or A 38 (Göttingen - Leipzig).
The S-Bahn (suburban railway) connects the faculty with all lines - stop MDR.
S1 - direction Wurzen
S2 - direction Markkleeberg
S3 - direction Stötteritz
S4 - direction Geithain
S5 - direction Zwickau
If you arrive in Leipzig by tram, you can either take tram line '16' in the direction of Lößnig - stop 'An den Tierkliniken' or line '2' in the direction of Meusdorf - stop 'Deutsche Nationalbibliothek'.
The current Coronavirus-related restrictions do not allow us to make hotel or accommodation reservations at this time. As soon as we have more information, we will provide it here.