The network of research units of the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management of the University of Debrecen is the only cluster in the TOP50 infrastructures of the National Office for Research, Development, and Innovation in the field of agricultural and food science.
Applicants for physical education and physical education can also learn about physical education, a healthy lifestyle, and the beneficial physiological effects of exercise and exercise. The training at the University of Debrecen offers prospective students a number of research and employment opportunities.
The University of Debrecen procured modern instruments used in pharmaceutical technology for almost one billion forints. They can be used to develop drugs for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes, among other things.
The main building of the University of Debrecen is illuminating in mauve, because the institution joined the European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week from 17 to 23 January. Organizers point out that the disease can be prevented by vaccination and regular screenings.
The training range of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Debrecen is extremely wide, ranging from vocational training to doctoral training. In addition to economics, the faculty also has courses in the fields of sports, humanities and agricultural sciences.
The University of Debrecen participated in the 22nd Educatio International Exhibition with the largest stand and the most populous representation so far. Thousands were interested in the University of Debrecen stand, where several institutional units appeared in addition to the faculties.
The Faculty of Law of the University of Debrecen is holding another open day, where almost everything about the faculty’s training and research offer is revealed. Those interested in choosing a career will be able to join the 19th event via the Internet again.
The Faculty of Economics of the University of Debrecen held its winter graduation ceremony on Friday. 323 people completed their studies at the Faculty of Economics in basic education, 110 in master’s education, 13 in vocational training, and 40 in higher education.
Péter Molnár was born in Gödöllő on April 22, 1942. He graduated from the Medical University of Pécs in 1966 and began his research career there.
For the fourth time, the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Debrecen will hold its job fair with students from 19 companies on Wednesday, January 19, starting at 10 a.m. – this time online – for students.