University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest organises a workshop for the introduction of presentation skills in which students could apply with an innovative approach to existing research or topic, or with an innovative idea of his own.

Mentors and professionals assisted the applicants in preparing for the presentation: the applicants could learn a few tips and techniques on how to make a good presentation even better and more memorable.

A professional jury will perform the evaluation of the presentations. In addition to the scientific aspects of the evaluation, the quality of the presentation and the use of innovative solutions are also important.

Student Makk Timea, prepared and held a presentation on SOFTVETS project which she prepared together with her mentor, prof. Mira Mandoki.

See her presentation, made with Prezi, here: