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The EUGLOH Joint Innovation Challenges Program is Back!

The European University Alliance for Global Health (EUGLOH) is an EU initiative focusing on education and innovation. The alliance comprises 9 prestigious higher education institutions with the primary goal to contribute to tackling global health challenges. Now is your chance to participate and spend one week in Szeged, Hungary where your traveling and living costs are covered by the EUGLOH Alliance.

We introduce you to our upcoming event: Joint Innovation Challenges

The future is hard to foresee but discovering the present increases the likelihood of predictions coming true. Joint Innovation Challenges aims to challenge you, students, to discover the present of certain topics, make your assumptions about the future, and come up with an innovative business idea as a member of a multidisciplinary, international team of 4-6.

Demola facilitators will guide you throughout the course as well as business mentors will also provide support along your journey. You will learn about different methods and tools used to broaden your views and facilitate your out-of-the-box thinking. Join us now and be part of something great!

The application period ends 11:59 AM CET, 12 March! The program starts on 17 March.

Requirements (we accept applications from any field and level of studies)

  • Good command of English
  • Commitment to the 9-week project period
  • Participation in weekly/bi-weekly meetings
  • Interest in innovation, future, global scale

The course takes 9 weeks with a final event called Demo Day that takes place in Szeged between 15 and 19 May, where you will pitch your team’s business idea to a professional jury from the EUGLOH network.

What’s in it for you?

  • 5 ECTS points
  • Certificate after completion
  • Real-life challenges
  • One week in Szeged, Hungary. Watch the video here.
  • Multidisciplinary approach
  • Improved transversal and practical skills
  • Professional facilitation
  • Networking with EUGLOH students

Learn more about the event here.

Challenges and application here.

If you have more questions, sign up for our info session here.

SZTE Experience


Tamerlan Mendybayev – Faculty of Agriculture

My name is Tamerlan Mendybayev. I am from capital of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan. Currently I am first year student at the Faculty of Agriculture. I chose the University of Szeged as my study destination for several reasons: firstly, it is a well-known applied science institution in Europe and the best in Hungary. Secondly, the program is designed with a significant focus on the developing practical skills of the students and there is a University pilot farm where students keen their skills and implement their knowledge in practice. Undoubtedly, University of Szeged is a place where students become professionals in their academic field.


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.