University of Pécs
History and Objectives
When it opened its doors in 1367, the University of Pécs was the first institution of its kind in Hungary. Over a tumultuous six-and-a-half centuries, it has been dissolved and reopened by various authorities, but the series of modern incarnations has been on-going since 1912.
The university has been rapidly developing and internationalising. Students can take advantage of a wide and varied selection of almost 70 programmes covering business, social and natural sciences, IT, engineering and medicine. There are all taught in English, which lends the university an international feel. Indeed, there are more than 4,500 foreign students from 114 countries enrolled today.
Prospective learners who cannot commit to a full degree are welcome to visit one of the summer schools or look into a semester or two on the various scholarship schemes available. This way, they will still get a taste of Pécs: a small and friendly place to live, but one full of interesting things to do and see thanks to its time as a European Capital of Culture in the year 2010.
Rector, Chancellor and the Senate
Main campus: Pécs
Other campuses: Szekszárd, Zalaegerszeg, Szombathely, Kaposvár, Zombor.
- Erasmus+ KA103 partnerships with 400 universities across Europe.
- Erasmus+ KA107 partnerships with 22 universities across the globe.
- Bilateral agreements with 100 universities across the globe.
- Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme.
The beginning of the fall semester is always the week on which September’s first Monday falls. The fall break is always on the week of 23 October. The beginning of the spring semester is always the week on which February’s first Monday falls. The spring break is the week before Easter.
- Faculty of Law.
- Medical School.
- Faculty of Humanities.
- Faculty of Health Sciences.
- Faculty of Pharmacy.
- Faculty of Business and Economics.
- Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Education and Regional Development.
- Faculty of Engineering and IT.
- Faculty of Sciences.
- Faculty of Music and Visual Arts.