Top 3 Reasons to study here
Among-st the university’s notable alumni and professors we will find famous poets, Olympic champions, world famous mathematician (László Lovász) and Noble laureate (Albert Szent-Györgyi).
Albert Szent-Györgyi received the 1937 Nobel Prize for Medicine. He was a professor at Szeged University in Hungary from 1928 to 1945.
The University of Szeged was ranked the QS World University Rankings as 451st-500th among universities globally, in 2011: 551-600th.
About the university
The University of Szeged is renowned for its rich traditions and high prestige among the Hungarian institutions of higher education. The university’s mission is to offer high quality education at the levels of Bachelor’s, Master’s,
doctoral (Ph.D), higher-level vocational and postgraduate specialist training programs.
The university’s internationally acknowledged,competitive research activities are essential parts of its educational
mission, and it is particularly important toensure the institution’s position as a research university. Its research and
creative activities include basic and applied research, creative arts, product and service development. As one of
the largest organizations in the South Great Plain region, the University of Szeged considers the active role it plays
in the area’s social, economic andcultural development to be part of its social responsibility; and through its
charitable activities the institution demonstrates solidarity with the people of the region. Through these activities,
the University of Szeged seeks to achieve the recognition and support of the local community and the general
public at the same time.
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