The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest in the heart of Europe provides rich traditions and high quality education. The degree students obtain here automatically qualifies them to practice anywhere in the European Union and in many other countries as well. After a thorough theoretical foundation of studies, students receive their practical training on how to treat and cure animals.

Top 3 reasons to study here

  • One of the oldest veterinary universities in the world (founded in 1787).
  • After 5.5 years of studies, students receive the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine diploma.
  • English language speaking environment: the most international veterinary campus in Europe - 65% of students come from foreign countries.

About

History

The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (UVMB) is one of the oldest veterinary universities in the world (founded in 1787). The only veterinary school in Hungary.

As an independent institution the school earned an international reputation in the first half of the 20th century.

UVMB has almost 30 years of experience with teaching international students.

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Education

English language speaking environment: the most international veterinary campus in Europe 65% of students come from foreign countries.

European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (E.A.E.V.E.) accreditation since 1995. This means that the degree received at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest is accepted automatically by the member countries of the European Union and in several other countries of the world. Out of the 97 veterinary universities in Europe, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest was the 7th that received the European accreditation.

Research

In 2013 UVMB received the Research Faculty title for its outstanding scientific achievements.

The international connections of the university are shown by bilateral agreements with other veterinary schools, membership in international veterinary organisations, activity in international projects but there are several other indicators of international cooperations such as student and staff mobility, joint PhD training, involvement in international research projects, common research applications, joint publications etc. Internationalisation of the school is promoted by our university by providing framework to international activities.

Career

FIELDS OF CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Small and Large Animal Clinics
  • State Office of Veterinary Hygiene
  • Public Health
  • Farms
  • Zoo
  • Exotic animals

Bachelor's programmes

Medicine & Health (1)

Services

Student services

University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, Secretariat of International Study Programs

Library services

The Hutyra Ferenc Library is open to the public and provides the following services for everybody free of charge:

  • local use of the librarys collection
  • local use of catalogues and other databases
  • information on the library system and services provided in it.

Medical services

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Student Life

Campus life

The campus is centrally located, easily accessible by public transport. In 2006 a new up-to-date Small Animal Clinic was opened inside the campus to provide students, staff and clients with 21st-century facilities for diagnostics and treatment. The Large Animal Clinic opened in summer 2001, it is 40 km from the campus, with free shuttle bus service for the students.

Sports facilities

Facilities of the Physical Education (P.E.) department

  • Gymnasium
  • Fitness room
  • Weight-training room

Activities in the GYM outside of P.E. classes:

  • mixed (ladies and men) volleyball practices, university basketball team women/men, badminton, soccer, floorball.
Fitness room: table tennis, aerobics, cardio equipment (treadmill, indoor bicycle, etc.), zumba fitness.

Accreditation

- European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (E.A.E.V.E.) accreditation since 1995. This means that the degree received at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest is accepted automatically by the member countries of the European Union and in several other countries of the world. Out of the 97 veterinary universities in Europe, the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest was the 7th that received the European accreditation.

- The preparation for the American Veterinary Medical Association (A.V.M.A.) accreditation is in progress.

Budapest VII. kerlet, Hungary

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