European Vascular Course


EVC 2017 Ipad winner

The difficult EVC quiz was correctly completed by 258 delegates and the winner is Maday Cabrero from Spain and she wins the Ipad.


EVC 2017


EVC 2017 Final Program EVC 2017 Final Program (5 Mb) EVC 2016 Statistics EVC 2016 Statistics (126 kb) Symposium Vaattoegang Symposium Vaattoegang (803 kb) Lesdag Vaatlaboranten Lesdag Vaatlaboranten (420 kb)

General Information


MECC Maastricht
Forum 100 - 6229 GV Maastricht-NL
T: +31-43-383 83 83

EVC 2017 Registration Fee

Until January 1, 2017
Physician  € 650,-
Fellow* € 325,-
Allied Health Professional** € 325,-
Industry Professional € 650,-
After January 1, 2017
Physician € 795,-
Fellow* € 450,-
Allied Health Professional**  € 450,-
Industry Professional € 795,-

* Documentation from program director required
** Physician assistants, nurses, technologists, research specialist and hospital administrators only

The EVC 2017 Registration Fee includes

  • Access to all EVC sessions;
  • Access to the exhibition area;
  • All coffee-breaks and lunches on Sunday March 5, Monday March 6 and Tuesday March 7;
  • Welcome cocktail on Sunday March 5;
  • One textbook.

EVC 2017 Symposium vaattoegang
Registration Fee €100,-

EVC 2017 Lesdag vaatlaboranten
Registration Fee €100,-

How to get there?

We have identified Schiphol airport in Amsterdam (the Netherlands), Zaventem airport in Brussels (Belgium) and Düsseldorf airport (Germany) as our main hubs. On Saturday March 4 and Tuesday March 7 we have FREE SHUTTLE TRANSPORT to and from the airports to Maastricht.

For more information on

Schiphol Airport please visit:
Zaventem Airport please visit:
Düsseldorf Airport please visit:

Shuttle Schedule 

Saturday 4 March

Tuesday 7 March

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport -


Maastricht -
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport


Düsseldorf Airport -


Maastricht -
Düsseldorf Airport


Brussels Zaventem Airport-


Maastricht -
Brussels Zaventem Airport


About Maastricht

Maastricht is the capital of the province of Limburg. Home to just under 120,000 inhabitants, the city is situated on both sides of the river Maas in the south-eastern corner of the Netherlands, practically bordering Belgium and Germany. It was the first Dutch city with medieval city rights, making it the oldest city in the Netherlands. Maastricht has a rich history which is reflected in the old city center with its many Roman-style buildings and squares, giving the city a sense of charm and tradition. Situated in the center of Western Europe, Maastricht has a special character of its own, reminiscent of the exuberant South; the quality of life is important to its inhabitants and visitors alike.

The good life

Maastricht is well known for its rich gastronomy.  The greater Maastricht area features many restaurants, of which several carry Michelin stars.  Maastricht has a compact city center; almost all the major attractions are within walking distance. Experience the good life in Maastricht, strolling the streets for a day of shopping in the city’s many boutiques or relaxing on one of the local terraces or cafés with a cup of coffee or a locally brewed beer. Maastricht has the highest density of cafés in the Netherlands, so you are sure to find something to your liking.With its great facilities, its compact city center with many restaurants and cafés and its green surroundings, Maastricht radiates an exuberant vibe that will surely make each business trip a success.