News

15 Dec
A German biochemist wins this year’s Debrecen Award
The molecular causes of the onset of Alzheimer's and Huntington diseases is the research topic of this year’s winner of the “Debrecen Award for Molecular Medicine,” Franz-Ulrich Hartl. The memorial plaque was presented to Professor Hartl at the University of Debrecen on 13 December.
15 Dec
Books for the teaching of Ayurveda
The Government of India donated a collection of approximately five hundred volumes to the University of Debrecen. The books on Ayurvedic Medicine were presented to Prof. Zoltán Szilvássy, Rector, by Mr. Rahul Chhabra, the Ambassador of India to Hungary, on Monday.
15 Dec
Public health in the focus
A unique research project started at the University of Debrecen, which aims to examine the causes of diseases of high public health importance, thereby contributing to their prevention and significantly increasing the competitiveness of the Hungarian economy.
11 Dec
A Forum for Discussing EU Issues Held at the University of Debrecen
Brexit, the enlargement of the EU, and the eurozone were among the topics discussed by Gábor Zupkó, Head of The European Commission Representation in Hungary, in his special presentation held for the students of Gazdaságtudományi Kar [Faculty of Economics and Business].
11 Dec
Calculations for a Safer Internet
A presentation on the mathematical background of the RSA encryption applied on the World Wide Web was held this past Friday at the Faculty of Informatics by a professor Andrej Dujella, who then also received his honorary doctor’s degree from the University of Debrecen on Saturday.
11 Dec
Pulling Together for the Cause of Developing Applied Sciences
Vice-Rector Elek Bartha has signed an agreement in the city of Hamburg about the University of Debrecen becoming a full member of the consortium called CARPE. The objective of this cooperation is to facilitate the joint participation and collaboration of partners in projects supported by the EU.
11 Dec
About the Significance of Student Mobility
Student mobility, an important element of the process of internationalizing higher education, was the central theme of a conference held at the University of Debrecen. An important announcement was also made at this event concerning the government plan of refunding the cost of second language exam.
20 Nov
BREAKING NEWS: Our Medical Program Is Ranked at the Top of the World!
Times Higher Education, which released its latest thematic rankings on November 8th, ranked the medical program offered at the University of Debrecen among the best programs available in the world. The programs in medicine and health sciences are ranked in the top 401-500 category.
20 Nov
A New Method for Detecting Dementia
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.
20 Nov
Another New Partner Institution from China
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.