The entrance examination tests competency in the English language in general and also in relation to the academic subjects, which are Biology and Chemistry.
Entrance exam structure
- Written exam – simple and multiple choice questions (50%):
- General English and academic terminology
- Oral interview (50%)
- Motivation of the applicant
- Discussion about the student’s academic background
- All other topics that are relevant to form an informed decision
Examinations are arranged worldwide and online between March and July. The place and exact dates of the examinations are available on our website. Further rounds of entrance examinations will be organized in August depending on the number of vacancies.
Exam registrations are only considered to be official if the EUR 250 exam fee is paid either to the applicant’s local representative or directly through apply.univet.hu.
The applicants must reach at least 50% of the written exam in order to take part in the oral exam (at least 30% Biology, 30% Chemistry, 50% English and the average of the Biology and Chemistry exams should not be more less than 50%). The evaluation of the Entrance Examinations – both written and oral – will be made by the Admission Board on the spot of the competitive entrance exam or within 10 days. Decision about transfer applications are made at the beginning of each month. Applicants will be notified within two weeks about the decision of the Board. Once admitted, the Students’ Secretariat will provide you all necessary documents for the student visa and loan application in your home country. The admission is valid only to begin studies in the academic year you applied for.
Exemptions from the entrance examination
In addition to transfers from other universities exemption from the entrance examination can be obtained if an equivalent of the British A-level certificate can be provided with high scores in Biology and Chemistry. If only one of these subjects has been completed satisfactorily, an entrance examination from the other subject only, is possible. Moreover, the basic study section of French veterinary schools (“Classe Preparatoire BCPST”) also entitles the applicant to be accepted without an entrance examination.