The University of Szeged (SZTE) is the sole central European institution participating in the European Union’s Phoenix project which explores solutions to climate change and the energy crisis.
The public relations directorate of the higher education institution informed MTI that information about admissions, training courses and the everyday life of students can be found at the open day of the University of Szeged (SZTE), which will be held on Thursday at the József Attila Study and Information Center.
The Erasmus+ programmes provide excellent opportunities for students and trainees alike to widen their horizons, get a taste of a new culture as well as improve their foreign language skills. If you are eyeing up Hungary on the map as the next destination of your study-abroad adventures, check out our all-inclusive guide designed for Erasmus […]
The renovation of the Faculty of State and Law of the University of Szeged (SZTE) has been completed, the investment realized with 1.885 billion forints of government support was handed over on Friday.
New energy saving measures have been introduced at the University of Szeged (SZTE), the majority of buildings will be closed at the end of the year and in the first week of 2023, the public relations directorate of the higher education institution announced on Tuesday.
The General Directorate of the National Hospital, the University of Debrecen, the University of Pécs, and the University of Szeged has created a national skills laboratory network in a consortium partnership: in the three university centers and the sixteen county teaching hospital laboratories, practical training in diagnostic, therapeutic and life-saving interventions has become possible in […]
Semmelweis University (SE) is among the 250 best higher education institutions in the world, according to the 2023 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The autumn break will be held between December 12 and 17, and after that, the exam period will take place completely online at ELTE e Faculty of Humanities.
The government is spending 2% of Hungary’s GDP on higher education this year, a figure that stands out not only in Europe but in the country’s history, the culture and innovation minister said in Szeged, in southern Hungary.
The board of trustees of the Foundation for the University of Szeged contributed to the decision of the Senate of SZTE, which significantly changes the conditions for the reclassification of students. In the new system, it will be easier to maintain subsidized status and fewer people will be transferred to self-financed trainings.