Education is not received. It is achieved. (Anonymous)
Below you find the core subjects listed along with their contact-hours. Do allow lot of time for autonomous student learning, e.g. some 3h reading around each lecture material, 4h self-study for each practical and a lot of time for revision for the exam.
Great emphasis is placed on your own reflective learning. For his reason, several hours each week are not timetabled as classes or specified teaching and learning activity. Nevertheless, we encourage you to use the time productively in preparing on a regular basis for classes, reading and other activities that contribute to your learning.
Information on Elective (optional) courses
Medical check prior to farm-visit and/or mobile clinic (semester 8th, 9th and 10th)
Information about the student-status
List of recommended textbooks Recommended book list for the first and second year subjects (12/08/2019)
Guide for the exam-registration in the NEPTUN-System
(When it is about a re-take exam from an earlier semester you have to get registered first for the subject it self – like for electives.)
Exam regulations for the Academic Year 2017/18
Please note: a registration for each exam (also postponed ones and re-takes) is required via Neptun, if not indicated otherwise by the department.
11/03/2020: Study and exam regulations UNIVET_TVSZ_ENG
Teaching staff for international students
Info about library-services
Information on State exams and a to-do list after graduation
How to write a thesis? – http://konyvtar.univet.hu/?page_id=83&lang=en
Dear Graduting Students,
congratulation, you’ve done it – you became a veterinarian!
Great, but there are some administrative steps you MIGHT have to take while you are still in Budapest after graduation … (And here is the official info on legislation.)
Should you require a „Letter of Compliance” (indicating that the Budapest-curriculum is accredited by the EU and meets the set requirements) …, application form.