The „Outstanding Partner of the GTK” award was created by the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration in 2017 for our partners who provide exceptional support for achieving the faculty’s goals and for developing the quality of the economist training in Szeged with a special emphasis on education, research, talent management and the continuous contact and cooperation with the faculty’s students.
On 5th July 2018 the Faculty Council proposed the handing out of 234 new university degrees to the graduating economist candidates. The morning session featured graduates of the master’s and professional postgraduate majors along with students of the international bachelor’s and master’s programme taught in English. Students of the Hungarian bachelor’s and professional higher educational programmes received their degrees during the afternoon session organised in the main congressional hall of the József Attila Study and Information Centre.
Students taking part in a state-funded or fee-paying full-time undergraduate, master’s or undivided training program who have been, or were during earlier studies, enrolled for at least two semesters and earned a minimum of 55 credits, may apply for a National Higher Education Scholarship.
Together with nine higher education institutions, the University of Szeged Faculty of Economics and Business Administration the Ezabeszéd Toastmasters Retorika Klub and the Ökonómia Public Benefit Foundation organised the National Prezilimpia presentation competition in Szeged, 27 April 2018. Altogether nine students from eight universities competed against each other.
Arailym Seiitkhanova wins the University round
The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration welcomed its international partners between 9-13 April 2018.
At the beginning of the new academic year 2017-2018, the Faculty of Economic and Business Administration of the University of Szeged offered Giulia Filoso, a third year student, the role of mentor for newcomers.