The autumn break will be held between December 12 and 17, and after that, the exam period will take place completely online at ELTE e Faculty of Humanities.
The government is spending 2% of Hungary’s GDP on higher education this year, a figure that stands out not only in Europe but in the country’s history, the culture and innovation minister said in Szeged, in southern Hungary.
With the cooperation of seventeen Hungarian universities, four advanced courses in space science will be launched in Hungary as part of the UniSpace program. The National Public Service University (NKE), which is responsible for coordinating the UniSpace Hungary Consortium, informed MTI on Tuesday: in accordance with the goals of the space strategy adopted by the […]
This year, 73,805 out of 99,192 applicants gained admission to higher-education institutions in Hungary, the deputy state secretary for higher education told public current affairs channel M1 on Friday.
Universities operating under Hungary’s new higher education model based on private foundations can “adapt to new situations much faster” than universities in the traditional system, Finance Minister Mihály Varga said.
The IT faculty of Budapest’s Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) inaugurated its Artificial Intelligence Industrial Department, the first in the country, on Monday.
The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) is hosting one of Europe’s largest international university conferences.
An unknown lady sent an e-mail from the deputy dean of the Faculty of Economics (KTK) to Pécsma.hu, which seems to be an internal message exchange from the University of Pécs (PTE), informing them that a bomb threat had been received.
Hungarian universities improved their position in every category in the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings 2022 which lists 1,543 institutions in 51 specialisations, the universities said in a joint statement on Friday.
The government is ploughing 200 billion forints (EUR 539.0m) into the development of infrastructure and science parks at twenty universities which are either run by the state or by government-backed foundations, the innovation and technology minister said on Wednesday.