In September, a new Standing Equine MRI device that is able to examine in a standing position was handed over at the Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.
It is a tradition for the professor to use the help of well-trained horses from the Standby Police for this presentation. This is what happened now.
On the 7th of September Dr Péter Sótonyi rector of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest opened the 234th academic year. The audience was greeted in the park of the university by Dr László Kövér, Speaker of Hungary’s National Assembly and Dr József Bódis, State Secretary responsible for knowledge and innovation management, Ministry for Innovation
Rules for entry into Hungary during the current Covid-19 situation (as of 15 July).
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The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest changed its bank account number on 1st August which affects certain type of payments. Individuals who are involved in the change will be noticed via email separately. The new bank account number will be published after the 10th of August 2020, please check your email regularly.
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest will change its bank account number on 1st August which will affect certain type of payments. The new bank account number will be published after 3rd August 2020.
Árisz Ziszisz talked about the university community, how its strength was manifested in organizing the online student concert and how it motivated him, a former biology student, to keep trying to get into the veterinary training programme until he succeeded. Here’s an excerpt from our interview with him.
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On 29th of May 2020, a new Chromatography Laboratory was launched at the University of Veterinary Medicine, which is the first facility of the soon to be established Central Laboratory. The development was carried out within the framework of the Thematic Excellence Program granted by NKFI. In addition to the formation of a new laboratory, a UHPLC-MS/MS mass spectrometer has been obtained.
We are pleased to announce that, based on the decision of the Hungarian National Assembly, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest is included in the 6 universities in Hungary that are going to change their operating model in 2020.
Literally overnight, the Internet became the carrier of educational materials for vets and biologists this March. There has been a logistic change which, despite all its road bumps, has achieved the ultimate goal: a continuous training. On the other hand, Director of IT and Security Dezső Bella explains to us that just because you uploaded a slide show or a Word document to a website, it doesn’t mean you have a real distance learning project yet.