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Life before and after a clinical practice

He has Hungarian origins, he grew up in Saudi Arabia but a piece of his heart stayed in Budapest forever. He cured a crocodile and put screws in a camel’s mandible before giving up clinical practice. We interviewed Dr Mark Hedberg.

COVID-19 information: about the opening

Based on the decision of the Operational Group, responsible for the control of the coronavirus epidemic in Hungary, the personal mobility restrictions were lifted in Budapest on 18th of May 2020. The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest maintains protection measures in force regardless of the consolidation and urges its students, lecturers and staff to comply with the general epidemiological standards.

Is it the toucan or the tiny titmouse? The winners of our creative art competition

The creative art competition 2020 organized by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest on the occasion of Birds and Trees Day was a great success. The contest – which lasted for almost a month – gave opportunity to Hungarian and international children between the age of 6 and 18 who are keen on nature and animals to show their artistic vein and win some valuable prizes.

“Doc, you’re a woman, you can’t do this!”

In the first part of our interview, we introduced Dr Anna Schwahofer who makes decisions on thousands of animals’ lives day by day. In the second part, she talks about the daily routine of a vet working in livestock care; why she decided to find a job here instead of equine care and if there’s a pay gap between small and large animal practices. She also gives us an insight into some of her memorable cases.

The spring issue of UNIVET magazine has been published

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

COVID-19 Further provisions

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.

Animal Health Championship: from contestant to organizer – interview with Noémi Madarász, a first-year student

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.