To ensure the formation of an internalised quality assurance system for qualified programmes that adopt lifelong learning as a principle by evaluating the education-training, research activities, community service and administrative services of veterinary medicine educational institutions (associate, undergraduate and graduate).

VEDEK's vision is to be an internationally recognised accreditation body that contributes to the improvement of the quality of Veterinary Medicine education by conducting accreditation, evaluation and informative sessions.

The Association for Evaluation and Accreditation of Veterinary Medicine Educational Institutions and Programmes (VEDEK) has adopted the basic principle of conducting its activities in line with continuous improvement. In order to keep the quality of the services provided at the highest level, VEDEK will adhere to the following core values.
Service Orientation: Employees and evaluators establish a respectful and caring relationship with all institutions and transfer quality service towards the goals and objectives in the best way.
Continuous Learning and Development: It continuously improves its internal processes and the services it provides by continuously learning from its own work and the experiences of other organisations.
Value Creation and Feedback: Veterinary Medicine offers activities that will create added value for education and training institutions, internal and external stakeholders. These are monitored through direct feedback.
Participation and Co-operation: Maximising the value offered and increasing success depends on the development of participation and cooperation. For a sustainable co-operation, VEDEK is attentive to have common goals among its stakeholders and to share resources and information.
Impartiality and Ethical Behaviour: It adopts the highest level of ethical approach within the framework of impartiality by avoiding conflicts of interest within the framework of the Code of Ethics.
Transparency and Accountability: It bears the responsibility of continuously informing and holding the society accountable, especially in programme evaluation and accreditation activities.
National and International Standardisation: For this purpose, it contributes to the national and international standardisation of veterinary medicine education programmes.