When making travel arrangements, one needs to take into consideration that according to the latest information provided by the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, the government is introducing international travel restrictions with the aim of preventing a new wave of the coronavirus epidemic.
On 13 July 2020 an agreement about a dual degree program was signed by Prof. Dr. Zoltán Gyenge, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Szeged, and Céline Meslier Vice Rector of University of Limoges. The signing is merely the first step towards establishing a long-term cooperation between the two universities.
The above piece of legislation is essentially to assist the entry of students of higher education.
From the 1st July, among others, official foreign assignments can be ordered and official foreign visitors may be received and events with the participation of more than 100 people can be organized with a special consent. University buildings - with the exception of dormitory buildings - will be open for university students.
The University of Szeged is hosting a EUGLOH Summer School about biomedical data processing, AI and machine learning along with the global aspects of COVID-19. The course takes place between 06-10 of July and is hallmarked by the European University Alliance for Global Health.
The University of Szeged has once again become one of the world's leading universities. According to the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Ranking, it took the 501-510 place. This position is the best in Hungary.