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Interview: Research and education go hand in hand

We interviewed Prof. Péter Nagy, scientific director of the National Institute of Oncology, newly-appointed professor of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest and head of its redox biology research team. We asked him about the new cooperation as well as the hardships and beauty of being a researcher.

Complete the AI challenge!

THE AI CHALLENGE IS OUR CHALLENGE Our purpose with the AI Challenge is to get at least of 1% of society, that is 100,000 Hungarian citizens to learn the basics about Artificial Intelligence by completing an online course, whereas 1 million of them should be introduced to the technology via exhibits, events, brochures, contests and

University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest signs letter of intent for five-year cooperation with two Chinese universities

Signed in October 2021, the purpose of the letters of intent is to develop the Chinese clinical veterinarian training programme by relying on the experience of the 235-year-old Hungarian veterinary education, with special regard to the medical treatment of pets, horses and farm animals as well as to launch joint scientific research projects and to help the exchange of scientific information between the institutions.

“We marvel at the things we work with” – Conversation with associate professor Dr. Bence Rácz

While many other scientific areas are studied through formulas, graphs and schematically described processes, histology opens up a magnificent world for you. “We can physically see and marvel at the things we work with,” says associate professor Dr. Bence Rácz of the Anatomy and Histology Department. Here’s an extract of our interview with him. I

Donations to support the implementation of a statue to commemorate Dr. Márton Galambos

As the only domestic institution of the internationally renowned Hungarian veterinary education, we have always devoted special attention to commemorating the great personalities of veterinary education. Throughout its 230 plus years, our university has given a great number of acclaimed professors and researchers to the veterinary science of Hungary and the world. Dr. Márton Galambos

Interview: Keep your eyes on the prize

Scholarships can be the perfect solution for students who are not afraid to work hard and make sacrifices to fulfil their dream of studying abroad. Read the story of Joseph Oscar Ullomi who was awarded the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship and is on his way to becoming a veterinarian.

Read the summer issue of Univet magazine

The recently published summer issue of Univet, the magazine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, reports on the 35th National Scientific Student Conference and its results, where the Agricultural Science section was hosted by the university for the third time. We also report on recent conferences which were held on the István street campus,

Nearly a thousand visitors came to the University on Night of Museums

The 19th Night of Museums featured some highly popular issues presented by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. Of course, the key roles were played by vets and animals. According to the official statistics, 529 adults and 317 children entered the University’s gate with their wristbands, while the total number of all participants was 973.

Open-access Digital Agricultural Academy launches new free educational materials at the end of the summer

The Digital Success Programme (DJP), the Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences (MATE), Széchenyi István University (SZE) and the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (UVMB) signed an agreement on the consortium management of Digital Agricultural Academy’s strategic development in Gödöllő on Wednesday. Launched by Government Directive No. 1470/2019 (1st July) in the DJP framework,

The 3rd UVMB Carriage Driving and Cooking Competition was a smashing success

The 3rd UVMB Carriage Driving and Cooking Competition was held in the Üllő Campus on 8th June. The event was opened by Rector Dr. Péter Sótonyi and blessed by Prior Kelemen Sárai Szabó, the director of Győr’s St. Ignatius Benedictine Church. If we were to describe the event’s atmosphere in one word, “relieved” would be