Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Friday, March 3, 2017
The Department of Italian Studies at the University of Debrecen is to host a two-day international conference under the title Fantasy and the Fantastic in the Art of Giuseppe Bonaviri. The central theme of the event is the life and works of the recently deceased Sicilian writer.
During the course of their tour of Hungary, students from Josai International University also paid a visit to the University of Debrecen, where they met international students from Japan and took a class of Hungarian at our Nyári Egyetem [Debrecen Summer School].
The director of the Venice office of the World Health Organisation also familiarised himself with the activities of the WHO Collaborating Centre during his visit at the Faculty of Public Health on 1 March.
Members of a prestigious delegation arriving from the distant country learnt about the educational programme offering of the university, as well as the scholarship opportunities provided by Stipendium Hungaricum, and also met South African students studying here at the University of Debrecen.
The “secret of youth” is the chief focus of research at the one and only Department of Gerontology in the nation through a laboratory equipped with the most modern nanostring technology.
The University of Debrecen has signed a cooperation framework agreement with Ganz Engineering és Energetikai Gépgyártó Kft [Ganz Engineering and Energy Production Machinery LLC]. The company proposed to hand over to the university unique estate of Láng Gépgyár [Láng Machine Factory].
The University of Debrecen has held an orientation week for the exchange students coming to Debrecen for the spring semester. The objective of this arrangement is to show the new arrivals what it is like to be a student in Debrecen.
The biotechnology program currently running at the University of Debrecen will generate genetically top-quality sheep. There will be animals of state-of-the-art genetic composition bred here, a result that simply would not be possible through the natural breeding process of domestic stock.
Medicor Kéziműszer Zrt. [Medicor Hand Instrument Ltd.] regularly offers free state-of-the-art medical instruments to aid the program of first-year students of medicine and dentistry at the University of Debrecen. This year, the students received as many as 646 practicing sets of hand instruments.
Expanding the cooperation in the fields of academic and research activities was also among the topics discussed at a meeting between the representatives of National Medical University of Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine, and the University of Debrecen.