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.
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.
The so-called event Researcher’s Night is one of the most important events to promote science in Hungary, where research institutes, universities and laboratory visits open their doors for a night and welcome everyone interested. Just like last year, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest joined to this program.
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest visited several other educational fairs during September, where the students could meet with our team personally and get answers to all their questions. At every fair, many students were excited and curious, expressing their wish to be a veterinarian student at Hungary.
One just can not say goodbye to September without having an ox-roasting at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. This year we also arranged a surprise concert for our students. Once the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest has regained its independence, to celebrate we launched our own ox-roasting event and picnics. By the afternoon the
SAM-buddy peer-mentoring first fall term team-building event took place on Friday evening, September 20 at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest
This year the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest organized a joint Freshers’ Week for international and Hungarian first-year students for the first time.
Professor Mahfuzur Sarker, teacher of the Oregon State University visited the Department of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest