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Selfies and stories on Cultural Heritage Day

On the occasion of Cultural Heritage Day, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest regularly organizes walks in the campus area, built during the decades of the Monarchy, in the neo-Renaissance style, which is considered the masterpiece of its time.

The 236th academic year of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest has opened

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

Dr. Miklós Süth, Chief Advisor to the Rector, received the Tolnay Sándor Award

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

Records were broken at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest

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.

Another step towards animal protection

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.