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Job Fair 2020 Program



Opening 10:00 – 13th February 2020


Medivet Graduate Development Programme

Presenter: Daniel Preter – Head of Vet Development & Future Vet Recruitment, Medivet, UK

Time of the presentation: 12:30 – 12:50 – 13th February 2020

Location: Great Hall of the University

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Presenter: Dr Wolfgang Schafzahl, Tierklinik St. Veit, Austria

Time of the presentation: 13:00 – 13:20 – 13th February 2020

Location: Great Hall of the University

Food Safety

Presenter: Dejan Nikic – Managing director, Biochem Hungaria Animal Health and Nutrition Kft, Hungary

Time of the presentation: 14:40 – 15:00 – 13th February 2020

Location: Great Hall of the University

Veterinary opportunities in the UK & Ireland

Presenter: Ciaran Conroy – Director, Lloyd & Cowan Veterinary Recruitment, UK

Time of the presentation: 15:10 – 15:30 – 13th February 2020

Location: Great Hall of the University

Internship in Equine Clinic of Meslay

Presenter: Dr Gilles Baratoux – Partner & Practice Manager, Clinique Équine de Meslay, France

Time of the presentation: 16:10 – 16:30 – 13th February 2020

Location: Great Hall of the University



Workplace bullying/mobbing how to overcome the challenges 

Moderator: Levente Somogyi 

Time of the workshop11:30 – 12:15 – 13th February 2020

Location: University, Tolnay Sándor Lecture hall

Group limitations: 50 ppl

Short description: Bullying is a very uncomfortable and emotionally taxing phenomenon. It often goes undetected for years leaving behind bitterness, mistrust, disillusionment and long emotional recovery process. The workshop is looking into bullying and mobbing in general and specifically in the medical field; how to spot it, and deal with it swiftly and professionally to minimalize personal scaring if it occurs.         


How to apply for a job successfully 

Moderator: Judit Kriska-Jámbor

Time of the workshop: 13:00-14:30 – 13th February 2020

Location: University, Tolnay Sándor Lecture hall

Group limitations30 ppl

Short description: What are the characteristics of a good CVWhat is the motivation letter good for? Simulation of a personal interview and an online interview. 

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We need your help:

In order to have a great workshop and a real simulation, some CVs are requested to be sent for us. Please find 2 job applications below. Check the job opportunities and send your test CV to [Click to see email] (Choose one of the 2 ads). If you agree to use your CV (after prior consultation) we will have a group discussion during the workshop to find out if the CVs are adequate and corresponding the job advertisement.  

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 The 5+1 Secrets To Nailing Your Elevator Pitch 

Moderator: Linda Hanyecz-Zay

Time of the workshop: 13:10 – 14:40 – 13th February 2020

Location: University, Gallery of the Great Hall

Group limitations: 20 ppl

Short description: “Good enough isn’t good enough. Because good enough will leave you in the middle of the pack. ” ― Peter Coughter, author of The Art of the Pitch. Real pitch presentations can create the perfect balance between clear information and pointed interest. This brief form of public speaking gives a great opportunity to candidates to stand out and demonstrate their professional background, USP and communication skills. Did you know that nowadays the most common job interview task is an Elevator Pitch?
But what actually is an Elevator Pitch? Why is it such a popular tool for Assessment Centers today? How is it sturctured? What are the key components of a killing pitch? The answers for these questions and many other interesting facts and tips will be revealed during the workshop. Participants will also be guided and challenged to put together and deliver their very own Elevator Pitch by the end of the workshop.

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