Dr. Tibor Bartha, the vice rector of international affairs, visited St. Petersburg, Russia and contributed in the signing ceremony of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) between UNIVET Budapest and Saint-Petersburg State Academy of Veterinary Medicine. The MoU signed by Dr. Péter Sótonyi, the rector of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest and Anatoly Stekolnikov, rector
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (UNIVET Budapest) signed a bilateral memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Seoul National University College of Veterinary Medicine (SNU).
Twice as many students expressed their interests toward the programs of UNIVET Budapest, which shows that veterinary medicine is still among the most attractive study programmes between the foreign students
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest with 13 other Hungarian higher education institutions participated at the FACON Education Fair in December. This expo is one of the most significant education fairs in Southeast Asia. This year FACON hosted the Study in Europe Fair as well. Among the European exhibitors, Hungary had the largest number of universities in the international fair.
As a vet and biology student, it is important to present and discuss research problems and results within the research society. The instructors’ aim is not only the immediate transfer of the core material, but they always draw attention to the department’s scientific work as well. Departments provide interested students with the opportunity to learn
The “Figyelő Higher Education Ranking” is an annual ranking of higher education institutions in Hungary. Every year, this list shows which universities reached the higher scores in the Hungarian university rankings. This ranking judge universities across all their main assignment: teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international relations. They used 17 carefully calibrated performance indicators to
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest’s rector, Dr Péter Sótonyi demonstrates the structure and the palpable objects of the horse’s forelimb and carpus during a topographical anatomy lesion for the first-year veterinary class.
The CALF DISEASES English Postgraduate Course of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (UVMB) in cooperation with CEVA was successfully held in November 2018 with more than 100 participants.
The Director General of SOREC has visited the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest Experimental farm and the Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine at Üllő.
“Equus Days” is the biggest event of the University Veterinary Medicine Budapest, the only genuine event organised by the students, when youngsters take over the campus and fill it with colourful programmes.
The deadline for abstracts for the UFAW International Animal Welfare Symposium 2019 has been extended to 7th December.
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