The number of people admitted has never been as high as this year, emphasized Prof. Dr. Péter Sótonyi, rector who opened the 236th academic year of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest on September 9th, 2022. As the third veterinary training institution in the world after Lyon and Vienna, veterinary education started in Pest, highlighted
The CEEPUS Ministerial Award is given annually to the network that demonstrates the highest performance in the program covering the Central and Eastern European region, based on the results of the academic year.
I am pleased to inform you that Dr. Miklós Süth, Chief Advisor to the Rector, has received the Tolnay Sándor Award from Minister István Nagy. The Tolnay Sándor Award can be granted in recognition of outstanding practical, research, and educational activities in the field of veterinary medicine. I sincerely congratulate him on receiving the award and
Communities can be successful even if their representatives don’t always win. He also told us how he had been using every opportunity to improve his language skills while having equine medicine on his mind all the time.
The number of students admitted to the veterinary program has never been this high before. For the Hungarian-language veterinary program, despite a sixfold oversubscription, 160 students were accepted, and 260 newly admitted students will begin their studies in the English and German language programs this autumn.
The multi-day, English-language, interactive event involved seventeen Hungarian university innovation professionals, as well as four Czech and three Slovak participants.
The head of the Equine Medicine Department and Clinic is one of those teachers who are tied to the Alma Mater through their family roots, too.
The need for coordinated action is evident as, since January 1, 2020, 88 cases of animal abuse have been registered in the capital city. During this time, Budapest police officers and their collaborating partners have saved over 200 animals.
The mutual intention of the contracting parties is to strengthen the relationship between higher education and the economy. To achieve this, they will jointly utilize the expertise and experience of the university’s higher education experts and the qualified professionals of the company.
This year the Night of the Museums turns 20! The night when everything comes to life!
The Nagyváthy János Prize is a state-awarded professional recognition given annually by the Ministry of Agriculture to individuals who have been engaged in outstanding teaching activities in higher education for at least 5 years.
Got a good idea? Be creative and make your dreams come true! Techlab Hackathon – great success for Students of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest The Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture’s Techlab Hackathon competition was held recently at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. The programme’s long-term goal is to modernize and digitalize agriculture.