Hungary and Szeged

Hungary is one of the top 10 international tourist destinations. What is it exactly that attracts more than 10 million tourists a year to the heart of Europe? Well, it is the legendary Hungarian cuisine, exquisite wines, hospitality and, of course, the country’s natural treasures, architectural heritage and cultural life as well as its world-famous thermal baths. Hungary is a member of the European Union and part of the Schengen Area. It boasts a history of well over a thousand years and forms a proud link between East and West.

Szeged has several names: it is the city of sunshine, the city of festivals and the city of the fair River Tisza, replete with a sunny, university centre with its unique atmosphere. One thing is for certain: Szeged, with its countless cycle paths, parks and rich cultural life, is an attractive destination, and, for many, it is the ideal Alma Mater, one of the best university towns in Europe.

1½ hours’ drive from the capital city, Budapest

163,000 inhabitants

Szeged gastronomy: paprika, Tisza fish soup and Pick salami

70km of bicycle routes

2100 hours of sunshine a year

32 swimming and wellness pools

42 cafés and 40 types of coffee

27 pastry shops

25 festivals a year

University of Szeged

  • 1581: An academy was founded by Prince Stephen Báthory
  • 2000: The current University of Szeged was established through the integration of 12 faculties
  • 25,000 students
  • 8,000 employees
  • 19 doctoral schools
  • 2500 international students

University of Szeged on world ranking lists

  • 22nd place on the Leiden World Ranking in the category of “Emerging Europe and Central Asia”
  • 19th place on the world ranking list of Green Universities
  • 551–600th place on the QS World University Rankings 2014–2015 list
  • 401–500th place on the Chinese Academic Ranking of World Universities list
  • The best university in Hungary outside the capital according to the “HVG Graduation in Higher Education 2015” list
  • Outstanding International Student Satisfaction Award in 2014 from Study Portals, the International Study Choice platform

Facts about the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

  • 6 Master’s programmes (1 MSc programme taught in English)
  • 3 Bachelor’s programmes (1 BSc programme taught in English)
  • 1 distance learning Bachelor’s programme – most popular distance learning programme in Hungary
  • 4 postgraduate specialist training programmes
  • 2 doctoral programmes
  • approx. 2000 students
  • registered Guinness record: “the most cheerful faculty”

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Friday, February 23 2018, was a joyful day for the members of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. In fact, many students whose academic performance in the previous semester was outstanding were awarded the Scholarship offered by the Faculty.


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