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A projekt az Európai Unió társfinanszírozásával, az Európa Terv keretében valósult meg

As a child…

… I used to walk a lot in the University Park and I was dreaming about attending this university. I was quite taken by the beauty and atmosphere of the Main Building. I chose the Faculty of Arts at UD because I wanted to study classic and modern humanities and media on the highest level. Another important reason for deciding on UD was the vibrant cultural life of Debrecen.

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Training is very down-to-earth…

… at the Agricultural Center; everything you learn you can use in practical life. If you attend the lectures, you’ll easily pass the exams, because the teachers explain everything clearly. And when it’s getting „hot” in the Boiler House, the party is in full swing!

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One reason why I like attending this university…

… is that I can choose from so many cultural programs in my free time. Whatever your field of interest is, you’ll find something to do. In addition to the country’s second biggest library, there are a lot of galleries and cafés at hand, assuring that students have a great time!

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Sporting facilities are great…

… and at the University of Debrecen you can choose from about fifty different kinds of sports from ball games to gym to fencing to bowling to golf. Of course the most popular sport is still soccer. UD’s sports club is one of the biggest in the country. Besides, this university offers the widest array of training programs in Hungary.

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I study computer sciences…

… and as far as I know UD graduates have the best chances of employment in the country. That was one reason why I decided on this university. Another reason was the vibrant student life on the campus. On Wednesdays I’m often there in the „Lovarda” at the country’s biggest university party, the Campus Party.

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I’ve always been interested in chemistry, in research…

… I chose UD because I only heard good things about it, and I was taken by the city’s atmosphere, too. Education is great, though I study a lot. I want to become a researcher, and I’m also thinking of working abroad. At UD there are a lot of foreign scholarship opportunities I can choose from.

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Legfrissebb hírek

“Neptun” code, DEKa-card, freshers’ camp, registration, choosing subjects, opening ceremony – countless tasks await freshers before the start of the academic year.

The University of Debrecen has recently established new contacts overseas the first step of which was a presentation delivered by a junior instructor from our institution at the Australian national university.

A total of 98 thousand visitors were registered during the four days of the festival, where even University Square, the site of the University of Debrecen, set a new attendance record.

Pieces by Kodály, Liszt and Brahms were performed by Zoltán Kodály World Youth Orchestra at the closing gala concert of Young Musicians’ International Summer Academy.

According to the organizers, the secret of success for Campus Fesztivál lies in its exquisite location and in the exemplary cooperation between the parties involved in hosting it. 

Experiments, presentations, concerts, round-table talks and stand-up comedy in Hungarian are all on the bill of fare for festival-goers as of Thursday, offered by the university at Campus Fesztivál.

Almost a total of 150 participants from as many as thirty-six different countries will have arrived in Debrecen by the end of July to take part in the current summer course of DSS (Debrecen Summer School) with the aim of learning about the Hungarian language and Hungarian culture. 

The University of Debrecen had sent the second largest Hungarian delegation of athletes to the third European University Games, where the top contestants of 45 countries altogether were going to match their sport skills and talents for the two eventful weeks.  

Academician Kálmán Győry, a professor of the University of Debrecen, has been elected a member of Academia Europaea (AE), an organization comprising scholars and scientists from Europe.  

Professionals and experts from the universities in Debrecen and Oradea, Romania have held a workshop in Debrecen to survey the potential areas of future cooperation.