Third-year biology student Zoltán Kánya has gone a long way from the Nagykunság region to the University of Veterinary Medicine. He was born in Karcag and raised in the village of Tilalmas, 10 kilometres from the town.
Savannah-Rose’s positive attitude and flexibility is remarkable. She is the child of two different cultures, and now she replaced the peaceful country life with the busy city life, at least for a few years until she gets her degree at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.
In the first issue of 2021, you can read about the most important news of the University. We report about the equine CT scanner which was inaugurated in the Üllő campus on 22 February.
The Digital Food Chain Education, Research, Development and Innovation Institute (DEOKFII) began its operation on 1 April 2020 at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, which is the most important institution in terms of professional food chain safety education in Hungary.
241 presentations were held in the Section’s 27 branches. The professional jury granted 80 places and 40 special awards.
As a little boy, he herded animals, learnt folk dancing and playing the trumpet – despite the fact that he grew up in the inner city of Debrecen. Although his genetic inheritance ties him to the Carpathian mountains, it’s the Hortobágy that amazes him the most. He is a fourth-year veterinary student Zoltán Danyi who wants to be involved in food animal healthcare after graduation.
Excellent ideas were presented in the fantastically well-received VETATHON idea contest jointly organized by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest and Óbuda University with the theme “Animals and the pandemic”.
The Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest has gained a CT scanner that is one of only five in the entire world.
In spite of the pandemic situation, it was not subject to question that the IV. Hungarian and International Job Fair would be organized by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.
What is this about? You are invited to an exciting intellectual competition, where we are looking for creative and feasible solutions for real burning problems in the world. The competition will be in the form of a Hackaton. If you are not familiar with the term, this is a marathon (e.g. 24 hours) competition, where teams
Animal welfare research and education has reached another major milestone at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. The newly-established Legal, Analytical and Methodological Center for Animal Welfare at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (in short, UVMB Center for Animal Welfare) aims to provide the scientific background for the theory and practice of animal welfare.