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Degree Program: Veterinary
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Admission process: Admission exam
Studies recognition : In the USA, the EU and some other countries
In 1787, a “Chair for Animal Healing” was established at the Faculty of Medicine in Pest (Budapest) to provide students of medicine and surgery with basic knowledge of animal diseases and how to treat them.
In 1851, due to the rapid expansion of the traditional horse and cattle breeding, the Chair for Animal Healing became independent from the Medical Faculty under the name of “Royal Institute of Veterinary Medicine”. In 1899, it was allowed to issue the D.V.M. diploma (Doctor Veterinariae Medicinae). As an independent institution, it gained international reputation at the beginning of the 20th century. Finally, in 1960, it gained the status of an independent University.
In 2000, due to the reorganization of higher education in Hungary, the University integrated into the Szent István University and became a Faculty of Veterinary Science.
Veterinary: The University of Szent István offers the degree of Veterinary comprising a total of 11 semesters. All subjects are taught in English.
If you are interested in studyingVeterinary at University of Szent István, please ask us for more information here:
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In order to be admitted into the Veterinary program you will have to sit an entrance exam of biology, chemistry and English.
All the programs at the University of Szent István are adapted to the Bologna Process. Therefore, all studies are recognized in the whole European Union as well as countries of the EEU.