University of Szeged History
University of Szeged is a Hungarian higher education institution located in the city of Szeged, Csongrad County. The university was established in 1872 as University of Kolozsvar and moved its present location in 1921 and adopted its present name. The university currently enrols over 21000 students.
University of Szeged Programs, Courses, and Schools
University of Szeged comprises of 12 faculties which offer a range of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs. The faculties include Faculty of Agriculture, Health Sciences, Social Studies, Engineering, Humanities, Economics and Business, Medicine, Law, Music, Sciences, Education, and Dentistry.
University of Szeged offers programs in Agribusiness Management, Music, Dance and Drama, Performing Arts, Mechanical Engineering, Natural and Exact Sciences, Health Sciences and Public Health, Pharmacy, Food and Nutrition, Biomedical Sciences, Business Management, Political Sciences, International Relations, Social Sciences, and Humanities.
University of Szeged Campuses
University of Szeged has an urban campus located in the city of Szeged, Hungary and comprises of the majestic Votive Church at Cathedral Square spread over 12000 meter square. The campus comprises of a number of historical and intricate buildings which house the university offices and student services.
University of Szeged offers a range of facilities for students which include modern classrooms and lecture halls, well-stocked libraries, student housing options, eating and dining options, cafe, health center, medical facilities, and sports facilities in addition to student union with a range of clubs and associations and research centers.
University of Szeged Achievements
University of Szeged is ranked amongst top 200 universities in the world in Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020. The university is also placed in 800-1000 bracket in Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021.
University of Szeged ranks 33rd in the QS Top Universities EECA Rankings and amongst top 500 universities in the world in QS World University Rankings. The university is also ranked amongst top 350 universities in the world to study Medicine in QS Subject Rankings.
University of Szeged USP
University of Szeged is an averagely selective institution with its acceptance rate ranging from 40 to 50%. The university also offers a number of scholarships for both domestic and international students and offers comparatively lesser tuition fee than most institutions in Western Europe.
University of Szeged is a member of European University Association and Hungarian Rectors' Conference in addition to the ERASMUS program of the European Union. The university has also partnered with a number of institutions worldwide to offer study abroad programs to its students.
University of Szeged Notable Alumni
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi (Nobel Prize Laureate), Gyula Juhasz (Hungarian poet), Istvan Bibo (Hungarian lawyer), and Miklos Radnoti (Hungarian poet).
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University of Szeged Rankings
RegionalEmerging Europe and Central Asia
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