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.
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.
o replace the postponed university programs, the idea of a creative game, the UNIVET Quarantine Diary Challenge was born, which was intended to entertain, activate and strengthen our community with the help of online platforms.
Our Summer School is often considered a lifechanging experience – that’s why we worked so hard to adapt it to the pandemic situation. Fantastic news: we are pleased to invite you to the Online Summer School!
On Heroes’ Day, we commemorate the Hungarian soldiers and civilians who, defended Hungary and died a heroic death in the battles of the last 1000 years.
He has Hungarian origins, he grew up in Saudi Arabia but a piece of his heart stayed in Budapest forever. He cured a crocodile and put screws in a camel’s mandible before giving up clinical practice. We interviewed Dr Mark Hedberg.
Based on the decision of the Operational Group, responsible for the control of the coronavirus epidemic in Hungary, the personal mobility restrictions were lifted in Budapest on 18th of May 2020. The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest maintains protection measures in force regardless of the consolidation and urges its students, lecturers and staff to comply with the general epidemiological standards.
The creative art competition 2020 organized by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest on the occasion of Birds and Trees Day was a great success. The contest – which lasted for almost a month – gave opportunity to Hungarian and international children between the age of 6 and 18 who are keen on nature and animals to show their artistic vein and win some valuable prizes.
In the first part of our interview, we introduced Dr Anna Schwahofer who makes decisions on thousands of animals’ lives day by day. In the second part, she talks about the daily routine of a vet working in livestock care; why she decided to find a job here instead of equine care and if there’s a pay gap between small and large animal practices. She also gives us an insight into some of her memorable cases.
Dr Anna Schwahofer, a Univet graduate of the year 2004 talked about how she could stand her ground in the formerly male-dominated livestock care. She takes care of nearly two thousand cattle and seven thousand pigs but she also visits farms, she’s called to attend to horses and she even works as a substitute in a small animal clinic.
Born in Szekszárd in 1986, dr. Gábor Mátis’ teaching career has been as straight as an arrow. He is an associate professor of the Division of Biochemistry at the Department of Physiology and Biochemistry, and he has been working as the University’s Director for Education for a few months.