Below we would like to share with you our latest and most important news and moments from the vibrant life of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (UNIVET Budapest).
ALUMNI Reunions at UNIVET Budapest
With the support of the UNIVET Alumni Office, from this September UNIVET ALUMNI Reunions will be organized for students graduated 10 and 25 years ago. By organizing the reunions, we would like to bring together our graduated students at their alma mater. The venue, the catering, and some entertainment will be provided by the University itself.
If you want more information about our Alumni Reunions and you graduated 10 or 25 years ago, please write to Ms Nóra Kerekes at our Alumni Office to the following e-mail address: [Click to see email].
LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS FROM UNIVET BUDAPEST
30 years in German at UNIVET Budapest
The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest started the German veterinary education 30 years ago. On this very special occasion, the Hungarian-German-Austrian Veterinarian Alumni Association has visited our campus.
This fall we would like to celebrate this jubilee with an event also and invite the first German year’s students, protocol guests, university leaders and ambassadors from Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.
In the frame of this jubilee, we are organising an exhibition where we will present our past 30 years in teaching veterinary. We would be happy to exhibit your old photos, documents, memories, career stories, your awards, anything that you are proud of and happy to share with UNIVET community.
If you feel to be part of it, you are more than welcome and please write to [Click to see email]
One day for remember – Heroes’ Day 2019
The memories and traditions always played a decisive role in the history of the Hungarian veterinary community and in the life of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. On Heroes’ Day, our celebration is devoted by the Hungarian nation to the memory of our heroes who have passed away during the II. World War and the 1956 Revolution.
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Let’s talk about the effectiveness of clinical teaching
Dr Sarah Baillie, Professor Emeritus of the University of Bristol gave an interactive presentation on modern options for teaching clinical principles in May 2019. Sarah is renowned for her contagious enthusiasm and passion for veterinary education as well as an evident affection for animals, students and her profession. She was one of the first people in the world who started adapting clinical practical training (i.e. skills lab) tools to veterinary medicine. The presentation, held at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest’s Department of Internal Medicine, was attended by multiple clinical educators.
Night of Museums at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest
Each year we participate in the „Night of Museums” event where the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest opens its door to everyone who is interested in our collection of the history of veterinary education, animal-related activities and lectures. This year more than 800 visitors participated in our programs: historical exhibition, photo contest, pony riding, lectures and even treasure hunt that consisted of mostly animal related puzzles and riddles, letting the visitors get to know more about animals.
For more information and photos, please click here.
Conferral of the Doctoral Degrees Ceremony of the University of Veterinary Medicine
On behalf of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, we invite you to the Conferral of Doctoral Degrees. After the Fall Semester where more 74 Hungarian and 118 international veterinary students got their degrees, in this semester 15 international students will get their doctoral degrees.
Time and place of the ceremony:
Assembly Hall, Budapest, 7th district, Bethlen Gábor str. 20-24.
Friday, 28th June 2019 1 am
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King regards from Budapest,
University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest