Concerning the epidemic situation of the Coronavirus, prevention is extremely important. Therefore, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest puts emphasise on information giving and introducing adequate measures. Our institution regularly communicates with infectious diseases experts, continuously keeps posted about the recent epidemic situation, and holds meetings regarding the issue so that we can make
The spring semester has just started on the 3rd of February and will end on 15th May, while examinations begin on the 18th of May till 26th June. Please find below a list of special occasions and bank holidays during the spring semester
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest attended the 20th jubilee of Educatio International Educational Exhibition between 9-11 January at HUNGEXPO Budapest Fair Center.
In the fall of 2017, common thinking began on the need for trained, open-minded swine health and breeding professionals whose knowledge can meet today’s expectations. As a result, a three-semester long special college started at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest in March 2018 with 16 students. In each semester the participants covered 2-2 individual
Happy Holidays and all the best to you in the year to come!
Dedicated to the memory of the outstanding lecturer and practitioner of veterinary internal medicine Dr. László Papp, we held a memorial meeting in the Department of Internal Medicine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest
One of the largest events for the Hungarian veterinary community was hosted by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest this year
As part of the latest Alumni Reunion, the Alumni Office of the University of Veterinary Medicine hosted the graduates of the 1994 academic year in the newly-renovated Student Centre, where the participants could relive their old university memories and discuss the progress of their professional and personal careers over the past 25 years. The Alumni
Future veterinary students got an insight into the life of the Budapest and Üllő campuses. Coming from Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Greece, Korea, Australia and Brazil, the guests visited the pet and large animal clinics, the equine clinic and learned about the University’s history and the training programme.
Why was it so important for the University of Veterinary Medicine to regain its independence? What does the rector consider as the key achievements of his first term? What goals did he set for his new term? These are some of the questions we discussed with Professor Péter Sótonyi on the occasion that he got
The University aims to support its students in as many areas as possible. As part of these efforts, the institution hosted Veterinary Ireland’s event to give an insight into their activities to the future Irish vets studying in Budapest.
The students of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest held a talk introducing students to wildlife medicine.