Suture practice course was held for 20 Norwegian students on the 29th of February at the university. The goal of the course was to teach students how to do different suture techniques for skin closure.
Concerning the epidemic situation of the Coronavirus, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest has introduced stricter measures.
This year 84 Hungarian and 106 international students received their diploma.
This one-week programme will help you to have a better understanding of what vets do. You will have the chance to try yourself in several vet-related activities.
Postponed – The Graz Conference is a traditional European conference on medical and veterinary education which will be held in Budapest this year.
On behalf of the Senate of the University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest we cordially invite you to the Conferral of the Doctoral Degrees.
The III. International Job Fair of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest was held on 13th February 2020. The success of the event is shown by the growing number of interested students and participating companies, organizations: 20 Hungarian and 8 international exhibitors visited our university this year.
The Blue Vesper edited by Péter Palatitz, Szabolcs Solt, Péter Fehérvári was ranked first among 54 other books and won the award of the BTO (British Trust for Ornithology) and the British Birds Magazine ’Best Bird Book of the Year’ in 2019.
To honour the memory of Dr. Adorján Bartha and Dr. Tamás Szent-Iványi, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest will erect statues to commemorate their invaluable work.
10th grade students majoring in biology at Fazekas Mihály High School, Debrecen and 11th grade students attending biology faculty at Lónyai Street Calvinist High School, Budapest visited our university to gain insight into the world of bacteriology.
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest is hosting an international job fair for veterinarian students, fresh graduates and possible employers where they can meet and discuss the possibility of future cooperation.
Concerning the epidemic situation of the Coronavirus, prevention is extremely important. Therefore, the University of Veterinary Medicine puts emphasise on information giving and introducing adequate measures. Our institution regularly communicates with infectious diseases experts, continuously keeps posted about the recent epidemic situation, and holds meetings regarding the issue so that we can make the