University of Debrecen 2019-03-04T17:54:44+00:00

University of Debrecen

(UNIDEB)

University of Debrecen is one of Hungary’s five elite-research universities, offering the widest choice of majors in the country for over 29,000 students, including 3,741 international students. UD’s 1500 lecturers of 14 faculties endeavour to live up to the elite university status and to provide high quality education. Our goal is to train professionals possessing all necessary skills and knowledge to enter the regional, national, or international labour market with a competitive degree. More than 1000 lecturers with doctoral degrees (PhD), 25 doctoral schools, and the volume of internationally renowned research publications and projects attest to the scientific dominance of the university. 139 of the lecturers and researchers are Doctors of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and 27 are members of the Academy.

Marianna Zichar
Marianna ZicharUNIDEB Team Leader, TEAMSOC21 Lecturer
Ildiko Papp
Ildiko PappTEAMSOC21 Lecturer

Students Zagreb 2018

Robert Toth does not have a photo :(

Robert Toth

TeamSoc21 Zagreb2018 Student

Norbert Serban does not have a photo :(

Norbert Serban

TeamSoc21 Zagreb2018 Student

Alexandra Eros does not have a photo :(

Alexandra Eros

TeamSoc21 Zagreb2018 Student

Attila Bagossy does not have a photo :(

Attila Bagossy

TeamSoc21 Zagreb2018 Student

Students Valencia 2019

Adam Vecsi does not have a photo :(

Adam Vecsi

TeamSoc21 Valencia2019 Student

Arnold Szilveszter Kovacs does not have a photo :(

Arnold Szilveszter Kovacs

TeamSoc21 Valencia2019 Student

Norbert Serban does not have a photo :(

Norbert Serban

TeamSoc21 Valencia2019 Student

Laszlo Preznyak does not have a photo :(

Laszlo Preznyak

TeamSoc21 Valencia2019 Student

Innovation

How do we innovate at the University of Debrecen?
Strong collaborations are established with companies committed for social challenges. Not only researchers but our students are involved in these activities implying the need of innovative thinking.

ICT

How do we use ICT to tackle societal challenges?
Several research groups work on how ICT can be applied in health care systems (e.g. devices and services for health monitoring and prevention, supporting older persons to remain active and healthy).

Intercultural

How do we promote intercultural environment?
Our faculty runs undergraduate and postgraduate programs in English for international students, where also exchange students are welcome. So, real intercultural environment is given for our students.