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2nd EUGLOH Annual Student Research Conference

After the success of last year's international student research conference in Szeged, this year the Paris-Saclay Université organises a competition for EUGLOH students.

The second virtual international student research conference will take place between 29 September and 1 October 2021 with the participation of students from EUGLOH universities. Contributions from all fields of Humanities and Social Sciences are welcome.

The Scientific Committee will mainly target the following topics (although other global health issues can be submitted):

  • Digital health (e-healthcare, artificial intelligence…)
  • Environmental challenges (sustainable consumption, environmental law, ecological economics, environmental diplomacy…)
  • Ethics and Health (ethics of research, ethics of care…)
  • Food, nutrition and well-being (food sovereignty, sustainable food system, food consumption…)
  • Global public health (health public policies, social marketing, social acceptance…)
  • Health economics (insurance, prevention, care…)
  • Health in changing labour conditions
  • Health law (health data protection, universal health coverage, patient rights…)
  • Health diplomacy (internationalisation of health policies, public and private actors, the role of EU…)
  • Right to health (social inequalities, social justice…)
  • Therapeutic innovations and empowerment (fab-Lab, expert patient, partner patient), patent law and pharmaceutical companies

Specific focus on Covid-19 pandemic across these themes are welcome!

The registration is open until September 6, 2021. More information and registration is available here.

SZTE Experience


Hamza Baniata – Faculty of Science and Informatics

I am Hamza Baniata, a first-year student at the Doctoral School of Computer Science, and I am From Jordan. SZTE is continuously supporting research and it has an internationally recognized, highly ranked group of professors. It also offers courses and research topics that are strongly related to my research field; Cloud Computing, Fog Computing and Internet of Things. All of this motivated me to apply to the University/Department of Software Engineering. Szeged is a calm city, full of love and peace. The University of Szeged is similar to the city, which provides the perfect environment for creation and development. Studying at the university requires a high level of effort, commitment and seriousness. Applying to the university and having these characteristics are my two pieces of advice to prospective students. It is very early to define my future now, but I am planning to apply to a research position in my field after graduation and if I had the opportunity, I would love to contribute my effort and knowledge in advancing such a wonderful and respected university.


Ferdous Rahman – Faculty of Law and Political Sciences

My name is Ferdous Rahman and I am from Bangladesh. I am pursuing doctoral studies at the Department of Private International Law at the Faculty of Law and Political Science under the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme. Currently I am in the first year of my four-year PhD programme. I came to know about SZTE while exploring for the Stipendium Hungaricum programme. Among the other available options, this was my first choice. Apart from its excellent ranking, I got my supervisor with similar research interest. The increasing number of international students gave me a comfort of having a cosmopolitan environment. After starting my studies here in September 2019, I am convinced that I could not expect more. For prospective students, I would advise that SZTE can be their next home as I got mine. Everyone here including the professors, the administrators, and the students are very friendly and helpful. They make studies a joyous journey instead of pile of classes and books. After my graduation, I will return to my home country. The knowledge and the experience that I have been receiving here will be a great resource for my academic career. I intend to continue my research further and expect to contribute to policy formulation at national and international level."