A delegation from the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) has visited UNIVET Budapest in May.
After the success of the first Presentation Day last year, the University of Veterinary Medicine organised the event for the second time on the 7th of May. 37 students gave their short, 5-7 minutes-long presentations.
Professor Sarah Baillie the most recognised senior lecturer in veterinary education has visited the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. Sarah is renowned for her contagious enthusiasm and passion for veterinary education as well as an evident affection for animals, students and her profession. She has a rather unusual background as she spent many years as
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest visited several counties’ educational fair during April, where the students could meet with our team personally and get answers to all their questions.
Equus Days is the greatest event of UNIVET Budapest in the spring semester, the first major event organized by the students when youngsters take over the campus and fill it with colorful programs.
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest visited several counties’ educational fair during April, where the students could meet with our team personally and get answers to all their questions
The best way to satisfy the curiosity of our partners about the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest and deepen the relations is to organize an exclusive event
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest is organizing a workshop for the introduction of presentation skills. The best students will receive a prize in the frame of the competition, which will be held on 7 May 2019.
Recognizing the challenges of living abroad, we designed a unique peer-mentoring system for first-year students (freshers) titled SAM-buddy peer-mentoring. It aims to assist new students on the 1:1 basis for the period of 8 weeks in the fall semester. The SAM-buddy peer-mentoring program’s closing team building event was held in late March for mentors and mentees.
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (UNIVET Budapest) hosted the first international job fair for veterinarian students, fresh graduates and possible employers
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest visited several other counties educational fair during February and March
Last week students of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest visited the Hungarian National Circus exceptional animal welfare course. In the frame of animal welfare practical training, the students could get really close to the elephants, camels, and zebras. We would like to contribute to the education and practical training of the University of Veterinary