SEMMELWEIS UNIVERSITY

Semmelweis University has a 240+ year tradition of academic excellence and commitment to the education of physicians: Among Semmelweis alumni are Nobel-laureates, world renowned researchers and clinicians.

The University’s Medical School, Faculty of Dentistry and Faculty of Pharmacy are located in Budapest, Hungary’s capital. In 1983, Semmelweis University was the first institution of higher education in Hungary to offer an International Degree Program for foreign students (in German). Due to its academic excellence and unique location, admission has been very competitive for all programs Semmelweis University offers.

In 1983, Semmelweis University was the first institution of higher education in Hungary to offer an International Degree Program for foreign students in German. Today, the total enrolment in the Faculty of Medicine is 2,400 students, 500 students in the Faculty of Dentistry, and 690 students in the Faculty of Pharmacy. Of the almost 3,600 students at the University, 1,670 are registered in the English language programs. 

Semmelweis University enrols 330 students each year in its English language programs; 200 in Medicine, 70 in Dentistry, and 60 in Pharmacy. For more information, click on the links below:

Applicant Resources

http://semmelweis.hu


UNIVERSITY of szeged

The University of Szeged is one of the largest in Hungary, comprising of 12 faculties, with 2,300 faculty members, 7,000 non academic staff, and 23,000 students. It has 600 undergraduate training programs and more than 100 Ph.D. programs in 19 Ph.D. schools. The University of Szeged is also the proud home to East Central Europe’s largest library and the region’s largest conference centre.

The University’s Medical School used to be called Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical and Pharmaceutical Center, named after its former Professor and Nobel Prize Laureate, Dr. Albert Szent-Györgyi, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1937 for isolating Vitamin C.

The University of Szeged enrols 320 students each year in its English language programs: 190 in Medicine, 30 in Dentistry, 50 in Pharmacy, and 50 in the Foundation Year Program. (Source: University of Szeged Admission and Academic Bulletin)

For more information, click on the links below:

Applicant Resources

http://www.szegedmed.hu


UNIVERSITY OF Pécs

Founded in 1367, the University of Pécs is Hungary’s first University, and also one of Central Europe’s oldest Universities.

In 1984, the University of Pécs Medical School was also the first to offer Degree Programs to foreign students in the English language. Due to the many benefits the University offers, its International Programs have enjoyed constant growth ever since. The University of Pécs enrolls 320 students each year in its English language programs: 180 in Medicine, 70 in Dentistry and 70 in Pharmacy.

For more information, click on the links below:

Applicant Resources

http://admissions.medschool.pte.hu


UNIVERSITY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

The University of Veterinary Medicine can trace its origins back to 1787, to just shortly after the foundation of the world’s first veterinary school. The University launched its English program in Veterinary Science in 1992. 

The campus itself is located in the central area of Budapest, near one of the main railway and subway stations, making it easily accessible by public transportation. The Faculty’s main Field Station is located in Üllő, approximately 10K from the boundary of the city. The Field Station comprises an Experimental Institute for biotechnology, a living gene-bank for the preservation of old Hungarian breeds of farm animals, horse stables with a riding-school and hippodrome, and a Large Animal Clinic, opened in the Summer, 2001. In addition to the daily routine work, the Clinic is used for practical training. The University operates a regular shuttle-service between the Campus and the Field Station.

In 2006, a new up-to-date Small Animal Clinic was also opened to provide students, staff and clients with 21st-century facilities for diagnostics and treatment.

The University of Veterinary Medicine enrolls 100-120 students each year in its English language program.

For more information, click on the links below:

Applicant Resources

http://www.univet.hu/en/admission/general-information


MCDANIEL COLLEGE

The Budapest Campus of McDaniel College is located in a beautiful historical building in central Budapest. The building itself houses several other International Programs, among them McDaniel Europe and the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics program. Students come to study there from more than 30 countries in Europe, Asia, North-America and Africa. 

The two-semester English Language Long Course starts in October, and the one-semester Intensive Course starts in January of each year. This academic year, there are 350 students in the two-semester Long Course and 150 students in the one-semester Intensive Course. For more information, click on the links below:

Applicant Resources

http://www.studyhungary.hu/index.php?pageID=58