News

06 Nov
An early detection of dementia is possible through administering a brief cognitive test that takes only a couple of minutes to complete and is available as of now at the UD, too. Such a sensitive and quick method for screening signs of mental deterioration has never been used before in Hungary.
03 Nov
An agreement on cooperating with one of the most prestigious universities in China has been signed at the UD. The members of the delegation from Asia discussed issues of student and staff mobility as well as the preparation of joint research projects at the meeting that took place at UD on November.
31 Oct
Language courses, a film club, friendly meetings, discussions on methodology, and book launch parties are just a few examples of the numerous events hosted by the University of Debrecen in the recently inaugurated Russian Center.
25 Oct
The Hungarian mechatronics team, in which one of the members was Kristóf Sipos, a student of the University of Debrecen, was awarded a medallion of excellence at the WorldSkills contest held in Abu Dhabi.
20 Oct
3D-printed titanium bone grafts of unique design are to be developed at the University of Debrecen. These innovative implants are not fixed to the bones with the help of screws any more, as they can completely combine and grow together with the human bones.
19 Oct
A delegation of more than twenty members have visited the University of Debrecen within the framework of an international program established with the aim of improving the quality of higher education in the Republic of Azerbaijan.
17 Oct
The Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology of the UD has received Prize for the International Development of Higher Education – Excellent Practice for its application demonstrating the practical uses of an online surface developed for upgrading the quality of anatomy instruction.
17 Oct
The University of Debrecen has been ranked among the best universities in two international lists recently. In the list released by Center for World University Rankings, UD has managed to retain its former position, while in the list by Quacquarelli Symonds, it continues to belong to the top 50.
03 Oct
The adoption of traditional Indian medicine, also called “life-knowledge”, into clinical practice was the topic of the symposium jointly organised by the University of Debrecen and the Indian government’s Ministry of AYUSH.
29 Sep
The English-language programme in medicine was launched in Debrecen three decades ago. On the occasion of the anniversary, the Faculty of General Medicine held an award-giving ceremony in the Aula of the University of Debrecen.