The VETUNI Emergency Committee condemned the tragedy of the armed attack at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University, expressed condolences to the family members of the victims, analysed possible dangers to the University of Veterinary Sciences Brno, and evaluated the positions of other universities, the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports and the Czech Rectors Conference. The VETUNI Emergency Committee took immediate measures to strengthen security at the university.
For the education of veterinary students, the management of the University of Veterinary Sciences Brno has built representative premises of two new simulation centres for clinical teaching focused on individual animal species. These modern facilities, which will be used for teaching veterinary medicine at VETUNI, comprise both the new dominant building of the Small Animal Pavilion with the Dog and Cat Clinic and the reconstructed learning spaces in the complex of the Equine Clinic. As the Rector of the University, Prof. MVDr. Alois Nečas, Ph.D., MBA, said: "In the upcoming academic year 2023/2024, our students can look forward to modern forms of teaching enriching the study of clinical subjects in the new classrooms of the simulation centres, where the existing clinical teaching on artificial animal models will be relocated, bringing students closer to addressing and solving real clinical cases and situations they may encounter with living patients. The new simulation centres at VETUNI will bear comparison with the top teaching centres at the best veterinary universities and colleges in Europe. These learning centres will open at the University in early September."
This week, the University of the Third Age (U3V) at the Brno Veterinary University launched the Animal Welfare and Protection course.
Rector of VETUNI, Prof. MVDr. Alois Nečas, Ph.D., MBA, was proposed as a candidate for the new president of the organization. In a secret ballot, he was unanimously elected by the members present to the position of President of VetNEST for a two-year term.
The rector of VETUNI cordially invites you to the University Ball, which will take place on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, from 7 p.m. in Semilass.
Rector prof. Nečas and representatives of VETUNI students honored the memory on November 17 at the memorial in the Kaunica dormitories.
The open day at the Brno Veterinary University takes place on February 3, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Two faculties invite you: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology.
Prof. Alois Nečas, Ph.D., MBA was appointed Rector of VETUNI for the period 2022—2026 by the President of the Czech Republic Miloš Zeman on 26 January.
Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology, University of Veterinary Sciences Brno, Ministry of Agriculture and State Veterinary Administration of the Czech Republic Department of Veterinary Medicine Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences organize International Conference
ANIMAL PROTECTION AND WELFARE 2021 7 October 2021 University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno.
We are happy to inform you that the VetNEST Summer School is scheduled to be held on 28 – 30 September 2021. Because we want to continue the contribution to the teaching on animal welfare, veterinary ethics and law, and having in mind the safety of participants during the pandemic with Covid-19, the Summer School is coming back this year as an ONLINE EVENT. Hopefully, we would be able to return to our normal and regular practice of organizing the summer school in person from next year. For now, please scroll down for preview information of the upcoming VetNEST Summer School 2021.