In 1787, shortly after the foundation of the world's first veterinary school (1762, Lyons) a "Chair for Animal Healing" was established at the Faculty of Medicine in the town of Pest (now an area of the city of Budapest) to provide students of medicine and surgery with basic knowledge of animal diseases and their management, an integral part of a general practitioner's activity at that time.
Veterinaty Medicine Programme (One-Tier Master)
Scientific research and teaching are equally decisive and important areas of activity at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. Our top priorities include ensuring open access to scientific publications and supporting open access publications financially. We wish to maintain our marketability by continuing our productive and internationally recognized research activity, and by increasing the number and international recognition of research areas, especially through encouraging our lecturers and professors to regularly attend conferences and continuing professional training courses and through promoting the publication of research findings in scientific journals with impact factors.
Fields of Career Opportunities
The Veterinary Science Library is the only veterinary library open to the public in Hungary. The library is as old as the training of veterinarians itself. Our honored professors have gathered and organized Hungarian and foreign publications in the field of veterinary science from the beginnings. Among those who contributed to the developing of the collection.
On-campus Student Support & Counseling ServicesAs an independent student service provider Human-Service is committed to offer on-campus student support for all students. In addition to providing confidential individual (1:1) and group counseling, students can access useful resources in many areas of life, as we know how difficult life could become at times living in a foreign country.
Centrally located campus, green park, calm and safe environment in the heart of Budapest.
EQUUS club for students
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.