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Happy faces and a celebratory atmosphere: 31 doctoral candidates participating in the English-language program, 10 Bachelor of Science (BSc) biologists, 4 Master of Science (MSc) biologists, as well as students graduating in swine health, small animal veterinary medicine, and experimental toxicology received their diplomas.
There was tremendous interest with nearly 1800 visitors at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest during the Night of Museums.
To honor Marci’s memory and the indelible mark he left on our hearts, we have decided to erect a statue in his likeness at a central location on campus where he always sat. We kindly ask for your support in making this project a reality.
More than twice as many educational and child protection institutions applied to obtain the titles of “Animal-Friendly” and “Animal Advocate”.
At the ceremony held in Vajdahunyad Castle on the occasion of Teachers’ Day, our fourth-year veterinary student, Fanni Sára Huber, received her award from dr. István Nagy, the Minister of Agriculture of Hungary.
On May 26th, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest held its Heroes’ Day commemoration, where Dr. Judit Hammerstein, Deputy Director of the Hungarian National Museum, delivered a ceremonial speech.
Kata Baranyi is developing a mobile application for dog and cat owners, Elias Schwab would bring a uniquely formulated product to the market that improves dental hygiene for dogs, while the idea of Jad Zouein, Lara Yaghi and Yara Sfeir is aimed at using microalgae as a feed additive. They won 1-1 million HUF to move forward with their idea.
The Waste Warriors team finished in second place with a solution designed to combat food waste, primarily for businesses and the third was the Foo Foo team, which offers an online information solution aimed at young pet owners.
The Kaposvár Campus of MATE hosted the 36th Hungarian Scientific Student Conference (OTDK) in the Agricultural Science Section, which took place from April 4-6. 20 students from the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest competed at the event with outstanding results.
The establishment of the EQUUS Club of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest was significantly influenced by László Bucsy and György Hamar, university students in 1967 and 1968.
Together with her family, she crosses the ridge of the Buda Mountains every day, she calls the István Street Campus her home until late afternoon, and she spends the rest of the time in the Zsámbék Basin.