The Syrinx Veterinary Choir would like to invite you to the annual traditional Christmas Concert
Future veterinary students got an insight into the life of the Budapest and Üllő campuses. Coming from Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Greece, Korea, Australia and Brazil, the guests visited the pet and large animal clinics, the equine clinic and learned about the University’s history and the training programme.
Why was it so important for the University of Veterinary Medicine to regain its independence? What does the rector consider as the key achievements of his first term? What goals did he set for his new term? These are some of the questions we discussed with Professor Péter Sótonyi on the occasion that he got
The University aims to support its students in as many areas as possible. As part of these efforts, the institution hosted Veterinary Ireland’s event to give an insight into their activities to the future Irish vets studying in Budapest.
The students of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest held a talk introducing students to wildlife medicine.
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest held its second Career Day to provide first-hand tips and advice for students on their career opportunities after graduation.
We look forward to having more upper-year students as mentors for the spring semester! A brand new second phase of the peer-mentoring program called SAM-buddy 2.0. begins in March 2020
The colleagues and students of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest moved with candles and wreaths to the plaque of Zoltán Tatay on 21st October, to remember the veterinarian student who died as a hero during the 1956 revolution.
The German-language veterinary training programme was launched here at the University of Veterinary Medicine 30 years ago. As the first event of the series to celebrate this round anniversary, we joined forces with the students to organize the 1st UNIVET Oktoberfest
Honouring Aladar Aujeszky for the 150th anniversary of his birth a commemoration ceremony was held on 9 October in the University Main Hall
We celebrate the 30th anniversary of launching the University’s German-language veterinary training programme this year.