Foreign Student'S Association - FSA
At the Faculty of Veterinary Science there is one class studying in German (restricted to the preclinical part - the first two years of the curriculum), another studying in English and of course the Hungarian class. In the German class we have (almost exclusively) German citizens, but in the English language groups one can find students from several parts of the world, with the greatest concentration coming from Europe. The nationalities include Norway, Israel, Greece, Cyprus, USA, Sweden, Canada, Finland, UK, Irland etc. These students have a representative body at the Faculty called FSA - Foreign Student Association.
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Diploma issunig ceremony 2002
Having completed the curricular program some 40
international students graduated 2002 from the English-language
Program of the Veterinary Faculty in Budapest, Hungary. The diploma is handed over during a ceremony in the Aula. In front of the professors dressed in academic
gowns, the students are called forward to the Dean for a handshake symbolizing their acceptance by the community of veterinarians.
Freshmen's ball 2002
Greek evening in the club
In November a Greek party was held in the Equus club – the club that usually students of our university have a party once a week. This party was organized by our Greek students and we had the chance to have a Greek D.J. here in Budapest. All the students that were present that night – not only from our but from several universities – had a great time dancing, drinking ... They even had the chance to test Greek drinks like Ouzo, Retsina and Mavrodaphni. Everybody enjoyed that night. So we think that in future more cultural nights should be organized by students of different nationalities.
The castle trip 2002
How much fun can you have in a castle in the middle of nowhere
with only 28 people present? This was the big question on everyone's
mind. Well as you would know if you were there - a lot! From start
to finish everyone was determined to have a good time. The games
started immediately after stepping off the bus and continued well
into the evening. The difficulty was the forefits! Of course with
every game came shots of palinka. Even for those of us not out the
night before this soon took its toll and sure enough the games
became more difficult. The funniest games were played in the woods,
some of which required use of the brain (which was a waste of time
by this point) and again involved the quantitative drinking of
palinka! The evening was spent playing more games - surprisingly!
And then culminating in a disco with very bad dancing!!!! So if you
want fun involving getting to know people ready for a laugh,
football whilst being attached to someone else, drinking games -so
many drinking games, absailing down the castle walls, bad dancing, a
lot of laughs, very little sleep and an optional walk in the woods
then it's too late as it is all over.