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On 29th of May 2020, a new Chromatography Laboratory was launched at the University of Veterinary Medicine, which is the first facility of the soon to be established Central Laboratory. The development was carried out within the framework of the Thematic Excellence Program granted by NKFI. In addition to the formation of a new laboratory, a UHPLC-MS/MS mass spectrometer has been obtained.
We are pleased to announce that, based on the decision of the Hungarian National Assembly, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest is included in the 6 universities in Hungary that are going to change their operating model in 2020.
Literally overnight, the Internet became the carrier of educational materials for vets and biologists this March. There has been a logistic change which, despite all its road bumps, has achieved the ultimate goal: a continuous training. On the other hand, Director of IT and Security Dezső Bella explains to us that just because you uploaded a slide show or a Word document to a website, it doesn’t mean you have a real distance learning project yet.
Photo album about the daily life of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, through the eyes of our graduate student, Flóra Jakab.
Did you miss the deadline for application? No worries, join our Instagram Live Q&A Session this Thursday at 2 pm (CEST) and we will tell you what you can do.
This week our Admission Officer, Kata is waiting for you with a guest, Levente Somogyi, live from campus!
Dániel Pleva graduated in 2016 from the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, he is currently a PhD student here. Veterinary education, including the PhD degree, was a compromise for him, between his parents’ wishes and his attraction to a teaching career.
On 24th June 2020, a statue unveiling ceremony was held in the park of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, where the statues of Dr Adorján Bartha and Dr Tamás Szent-Iványi made by András Kontur sculptor, were placed in honour of the memory of their outstanding work in the field of veterinary medicine.
Photos by Gusztáv Balázs
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The recently published second issue of Univet, the magazine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, concludes the decisions, measures and provisions on the cause of the coronavirus epidemic which defined the spring semester. Read our interviews with Dezső Bella – Director of Information Technology and Security, Árisz Ziszisz and Victoria Van Eijk vet students.