2020. July 9., Thursday

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The University of Szeged is the host of a EUGLOH Summer School about biomedical data processing, AI and machine learning along with the global aspects of COVID-19. The course takes place on 06-10 July and hallmarked by the European University Alliance for Global Health.


Date: 08-17 July 2020


Location: online event organized by the University of Porto


Date: 06-10. July 2020


Location: online event organized by the University of Szeged


Date: 29 June – 10 July 2020


Location: online event organized by the University of Porto


Date: 29 June – 02 July 2020


Location: online event organized by Université Paris-Saclay


Date: 24-29. June 2020


Location: online event organized by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich

Az első EUGLOH Innovációs Napok során olyan innovatív megoldásokat, ötleteket és prototípusokat kerestek, illetve dolgoztak ki, amelyek a jelenlegi globális egészségügyi kihívások kezelésére irányulnak.

Don’t miss out on a unique opportunity and join the EUGLOH Summer School organized by the University of Szeged between 06 Jul and 10 Jul 2020! Whether you are a Bachelor, Master, or PhD student, a junior or senior scientist at the University of Szeged, you will surely find the live streamed courses useful and interesting.

It is time to show your creativity, present your particular vision and try to win one of our special prizes! Share your favourite picture of your today's campus with the large audience of the four other EUGLOH universities and their communities!

Biomedical Data Processing and Global Aspects of COVID-19

July 6th – 10th 2020

Organized by University of Szeged (Hungary)

with the participation of invited speakers from the member universities of the EUGLOH alliance:

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Germany)

Lund University (Sweden)

Universidade do Porto (Portugal)

Université Paris-Saclay (France)


CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PROGRRAMME

Researchers from Szeged has also submitted their application as a member of the international EUGLOH group for the #EUvsVIRUS challenge hackathon organized by the European Commission.

May 25th – 27th 2020 online, provided by LMU Munich, Germany

Between the 30th March and 1st April 2020, a virtual conference was held within the framework of the EUGLOH project. With regard to the COVID-19 outbreak, the annual meeting of the project was carried out exceptionally online.

For two days, representatives of the universities of the European Alliance for Global Health will be making discussions at the University of Szeged. At the English-language conference, partners will describe tasks of each working packages and outline their future plans.

Event: 16-17 January 2020, Szeged, Hungary

Participants of the European University Alliance for Global Health (EUGLOH) have recently consulted in Paris.

SZTE Experience


Imane_CherbiImane Cherbi - Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

My name is Cherbi Imane and I am 23 years old from Algeria. I am spending my last semester at the University of Szeged Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Being an MA student of Applied Linguistics, University of Szeged offered me a chance to gain sufficient knowledge about my field of study. I choose the University of Szeged simply because it is a highly ranked academic institution both nationally and internationally; also because of the variety of programs that they have for international students.

I love everything in Szeged: every corner of every street, I will always keep them in my heart. I take photos of the city when walking around and I am planning to launch a blog to promote this beautiful corner of Hungary among international students. People of Szeged are caring, always smiling and we are living peacefully together. I have never felt isolated or neglected. As a coffee lover, i always enjoy having my favorite type of coffee in different coffees in Szeged. Lookin for calmness and nature vibes, I would certainly walk by the Tisza river whenever I want.


SantiagoSantiago Vallejo - Faculty of Law and Political Sciences

I’m from Ecuador and a Ph.D. student from the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship program. I first heard about the University of Szeged on the internet. The general study environment is nice and student life in the city is lovely. With my program and the academic system, I can control my time which is a plus. The city is very affordable, and I live in the city center. One of my favorite extra-curricular activities is the Hungarian cultural programs. I have so many favorite spots, but parks are top on the list. The professors and staffs are very approachable. The mentors and classmates also did an excellent job to explore and know the city better. I hope to continue my career as a professor, and I would recommend the university to friends because it is, in general, a beautiful place.

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