Meet Aditya Daniel Jha, our graduate student, former ISC president who started his journey in India, continued in New Zealand and thanks to a coincidence ended up as a vet student in Budapest.
Good news! From now on the magazine consists of 36 pages, with even more English-language content. For the first time, the newspaper announces a portrait interview with an international student. Our first subject was Aditya Daniel Jha from India, a graduate student, former ISC president, who started his long journey in India, continued in New
The past few weeks have brought many changes to the life of our University, which requires an extraordinary attitude from our students, lecturers and every colleague of the University. Please listen to my video message on further provisions concerning our education.
We had a chat with Noémi Madarász about the Animal Health Championship. Noémi is in a special situation because she could gain experience in all the three championships yet organised. In the first two, she was among the contestants as a high-school student while this year she was one of the organisers as a first-year student of the University of Veterinary Medicine.
The University of Veterinary Medicine was home to the finals of the 3rd Animal Health Competition between 6 and 8 March 2020, where the top 10 high school teams tested their knowledge in the fields of animals, nature and environment.
Dr Péter Sótonyi, the rector of the University of Veterinary Medicine, was the guest of the writer, poet and literary historian Mihály Takaró at 9 p.m. 19th March on “The Night” show on Kossuth Radio. During the almost half-an-hour talk, the topics of Professor Sótonyi’s family, life, dedication to the horse, public role as well as the significance of the alma mater for the Hungarian veterinary faculty – and for the increasing international veterinary society – were all discussed.
The final evaluation event of the first Proof of Concept (PoC) Programme of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest took place on 9th March 2020. The programme was organised within the framework of the „University Innovation Ecosystem” call of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office.
Tibor Bartha, the vice-rector for international affairs, the Head of the Department of Physiology and Biochemistry, who is dominant in a group of friends. He has a sparkling personality, and people around him like to be entertained by his stories and the wisdom of his jokes. The following is an extract of our interview with him.
Dear Students! Large amount of often contradictory information appeared about coronavirus in the media. Please listen to my video message.
Dear pet owners, Because of the emergency procedures announced by the Government of Hungary for the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic from 12th March 2020 until withdrawal, the work schedule of the Small Animal Clinic of the University of Veterinary Medicine is subject to change as of 18th March 2020. Between 8 am and 8 pm: Emergency
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.