In keeping with tradition, on Thursday, the International Office of the University of Debrecen and the Student Committee for Foreign Affairs of the institution welcomed 130 students from 21 countries who had arrived in the framework of the Erasmus scholarship program with a Welcome Dinner in the Main Building's Lobby.
Hírek Erasmus, mobility program címkével
Guest students from Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Bulgaria came to the first Erasmus+ BIP (Blended Intensive Program) course of the University of Debrecen. In addition to interactive language sessions the four-day GloLiteToLead training course included gave awareness-raising presentations given by managers of domestic and international companies, organized by the Faculty of Economics.
There will be approximately forty students and six lecturers from as many as five different universities participating in the first Erasmus+ Blended Intensive Program (BIP) of the University of Debrecen in May. The course, which will focus on the development of leadership skills, is going to be organized and hosted by the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Debrecen.
There are over 400 European universities that offer programmes for students of the University of Debrecen in the framework of the Erasmus mobility programme. Internship programmes are also available in the participating institutions of 34 European countries.
The University of Debrecen has announced its next round of applications in the Erasmus programme for the academic year 2023/2024. More than 250 students will have a chance to complete a part-time study abroad or internship program in Europe or in a distant part of the world. The deadline for the applications is 15 March.
The University of Debrecen and Sunway University, one of the best private universities in South-East Asia, signed a partnership agreement on Friday. The event was also attended by the ambassador of Malaysia to Hungary. The agreement will strengthen the international presence of UD and facilitate student and teacher mobility.
Erasmus Teahouse, Foreign Exchange Platform and English-language Mobility Café promote Erasmus+ program applications and mobility at #ErasmusDays events of the University of Debrecen. In the series of programs starting on October 12, instructors, Hungarian and foreign students alike can find the ideal opportunity to study abroad.
After two years, Erasmus students have arrived to the University of Debrecen again. The students involved in the mobility programme were received by representatives of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Student’s Council, the International Office, and the Erasmus Student Network in the Hall of the Main Building.
The Erasmus programmes for the academic year 2022-2023 have been announced. Within the framework of the mobility programme, students can study in countries like Mexico, South Korea or Japan, in addition to the European countries involved. Students were informed on the mobility programmes available at the University of Debrecen at the “Mobility Café”.
Members of an official delegation from Kazakhstan, representing the Faculty of Biology and Biotechnology of Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Almaty, Kazakhstan), have visited the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Debrecen in order to learn about research conducted here in the fields of biology, botany, genomics and microbiology.
Mobility, study abroad and internship opportunities were presented to the students of the University of Debrecen at the Foreign Exchange on the #ErasmusDays in the cloister of the Main Building. This year's exchange focused on the opportunities offered by the Erasmus + programme.
Students of the Health Tourism specialization at the Faculty of Health of the UD can now spend time both in Italy and in Transylvania to acquire professional expertise through practice and internship. One of the partners of this ERASMUS+ program project is the Csíkszereda Faculty of HUT..
The Tribunal of Debrecen has registered the Count István Tisza Foundation for the University of Debrecen, which will be responsible for maintaining and operating the University of Debrecen. With this major step, the model change in tertiary education has reached another milestone at UD.
The first meeting of the Advisory Board of the Count István Tisza Foundation for the University of Debrecen was held on 8 July 2021. The event was also attended by the members of the Supervisory Committee, the asset controller, the auditor and the secretary of the Advisory Board.
The NeurotechEU project is looking for partners in their quest to solve problems of neurosciences. Researchers and companies interested in developing new industrial solutions and technologies can contact the project’s personnel by completing a questionnaire.
Students can still go abroad to pursue their studies there even despite the pandemic situation, and they can also continue to access and gain professional experience through their mobility projects. The Erasmus+ grants for the 2021-2022 academic year have been announced.
21,000 applicants have chosen the University of Debrecen as a host institute in the 2021/22 Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme, accounting for 42% of all applications. The most popular courses are the public health and the technical programmes of UD.
Many of the teachers, researchers and students of the University of Debrecen followed the online opening event of NeurotechEU, a university association comprised of leading universities from eight countries, established for the development of neuroscience
In cooperation with leading universities from seven countries, the University of Debrecen has established a consortium for the development of neuroscience. The opening ceremony of NeurotechEU will be held on Wednesday with about a thousand participants.
The series of events of the University of Debrecen, called Erasmus Days, has been recognized in the mobilityStar category of STARaward, a programme organized by the Erasmus Student Network (ESN). The objective of the programme is to reward the best university programmes, and present them as examples
It is for the 20th time that the International Relations Committee of the Student Government opened the gate wide for students of the University of Debrecen. The slogan of this year’s Mobility Fair, “Take the First Step”, is not accidental.
Flavors of homemade delicacies and dance-house music was on the agenda at the welcoming party hosted by the University of Debrecen for the 130 international students in this semester. This year, the largest number amongst them came from Turkey, Poland, Germany, and Portugal.