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).
Encouraging the growth of professional communities with ALUMNI Reunions
With the support of the UNIVET Alumni Office, we are organizing UNIVET ALUMNI Reunions for students who graduated 10 and 25 years ago.
If you want more information about our Alumni Reunions and you will celebrate your 10th or 25th anniversary of your graduation in 2020, 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
We opened the gates to the world 30 years ago
The German-language veterinary training program was launched here at the University of Veterinary Medicine 30 years ago. As the first event of the series to celebrate this round anniversary, we joined forces with the students to organize the 1st UNIVET Oktoberfest on 10th October and helped our German students to promote and present their culture as well as to celebrate the jubilee together with all the other veterinary students.
On the occasion of this round anniversary, we interviewed Dr. Tibor Bartha, the University’s vice-rector for international affairs to discuss the memories of the past 30 years.
You can read the interview here.
2nd edition of the UNIVET Budapest Career Day
At the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, we held our second Career Day to provide first-hand tips and advice for students on their career opportunities after graduation. What a good workplace is like, where we should look for jobs and why it’s (also) worth working abroad – the participants got the answers for these questions and learned a lot of other interesting information, too.
Candlelight memorial for the Hungarian Revolution of 1956
The university staff and students of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest marched with candles and wreaths to the plaque of Zoltán Tatay on 21st October, to remember the veterinary student who died as a hero during the 1956 revolution.
Zoltán Tatay gave his life to save a seriously injured compatriot on 24th October 1956. The participants of the memorial not only prised the hero student but all the victims and persecuted ones of the retaliations.
For the gallery, please click here.
Praising Aladar Aujeszky born 150 years ago
Honouring Aladar Aujeszky on the 150th anniversary of his birth a commemoration ceremony was held at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. Aladar Aujeszky is a world-renowned professor of UNIVET, Hungarian science, universal veterinary medicine and cultural history who worked along with the greatest minds between these walls at the beginning of the last century.
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Kind regards from Budapest,
University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest