2019. November 12., Tuesday

Faculties of the University of Szeged


The University is committed to help students make the most of their talents and abilities and, with the support of excellent instructors and mentors, become as successful as possible in their chosen professions.


The twelve Faculties at the University of Szeged and the Teachers’ Training Centre offer hundreds of training courses, including Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral training courses, higher education specializations, various postgraduate courses and adult education programmes. The strength of the University of Szeged lies in diversity and interoperability.


The University offers high-standard training programmes in fields including Health Sciences, Arts, Economics, Law, Natural Sciences, Teachers’ Training, Agriculture, Engineering and Creative Art. There are 19 Doctoral Schools postgraduates can choose from to obtain PhD degrees.


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In the predecessor of the University of Szeged (SZTE), nobel Prize laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi served as a rector and dean. In his inauguration speech he explained what the mission of the University of Szeged was “How does the ‘fourth generation university of the 21st century’ correspond to the fourpart mission?” This question is answered by the summary of the interviews with the 12 deans of the 12 faculty Universitas.

The academic director of the Department of Dermatology and Allergology of the SZTE, Dr. Lajos Kemény was awarded with the ’ILDS Certificate of Appreciation for International Leadership’ of the International League of Dermatological Societies on the 30th of November.

Members of the Young Academy of Europe are in the centre of European scientific life and are even able to influence European Union policy decisions. Two recognized researchers of the University of Szeged, Csaba Janáky and Gergely Röst from the Faculty of Science and Informatics have been elected for members of YAE. The experts set out their position on open access publications, illustrating their point of view with a publication model from Szeged.

Owing to the results of her research making medicines producing their effect faster and more effective in the future, Dr. Edit Csapó was awarded the ’For Women In Science’ recognition of L’Oreal and UNESCO.

László Árpád Gergely, professor at the Institute of Physics at the Faculty of Science and Informatics of SZTE, had the honor to meet Stephen Hawking in person twice. Besides he described the legendary physician’s pioneering work in an astronomical journal. The Szegedien professor uses the black hole thermodynamics elaborated by the recently passed-away physicist on a regular basis.