A horse, dogs, and even cattle are involved in the Dance Challenge of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest
The Jerusalema Dance Challenge began its journey from Angola last February and it shortly became a worldwide sensation. Now the University of Veterinary Medicine also joined the Dance Challenge. The choreography for the song symbolizes the joy of life, hope, and has become an anthem in the past difficult times to celebrate healthcare workers.
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest has held education every academic year since 1787 – it did not happen any differently during the War of Independence, the World Wars, the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, and the coronavirus epidemic. Through their volunteer work during the pandemic, our university students set an example of courage, discipline, and teamwork. As a thanking and encouraging act, our staff and students came together to make our own Dance Challenge video.
The video provides an insight into several locations on the greenest campus, the Museum of Anatomy, the Ferenc Hutÿra Library, Museum and Archives, the sculpture park, and the Experimental Farm in Üllő. In the dance challenge, the rector of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, Dr. Péter Sótonyi is joined by the vice-rectors, university lecturers and staff, veterinarians working in our clinics, students, and of course, animals.
Watch our Jerusalema dance here: