The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the University of Szeged proudly announces that Professor Beáta Farkas, PhD, submitted her dissertation in order to earn the title of Doctor of Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Authors presented their book with the title Japanese, Chinese and Korean business culture at SZTE GTK
The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration together with the Economic Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Szeged Regional Committee and the SZTE Konfucius Institute hosted a book launch on 23 September 2020. The four authors of the book titled “Japanese, Chinese and Korean business culture” presented their book together, with Dr. Ábel Garamhegyi, associate professor at GTK being the moderator.
Dr. Anita Pelle associate professor of SZTE GTK holds a position of Science Communications Manager in a COST Action
Our colleague, Dr. Anita Pelle, represents Hungary in one of the Actions of the international organization COST (European Cooperation in Science & Technology). From September 2020, she also acts as the Science Communication Manager of the Action focusing on the financial sector.
Due to the COVID19 epidemic situation, the autumn semester of the 2020/2021 academic year starts exceptionally, applying a hybrid way of teaching. Please, read carefully the regulations below and keep them in order to protect Yourself, Your family and the students and staff of the Faculty.
It is the tradition at the University of Szeged, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration to organize the graduation ceremony in the József Attila Study and Information Centre in the first week of July. The pandemic situation prevented us from being able to organize the event this summer and to celebrate our graduate students in a solemn way.
A few days before the COVID19 crisis pushed all of us into home-isolation, two international bachelor students of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration did manage to accomplish a last minute programme further developing their personal talents and skills.
The University of Szeged the only Hungarian institution among the best on Times Higher Education Impact Ranking
The Times Higher Education Impact Ranking was first released in 2019 to evaluate university performance focusing on the impact universities make on some of the major global issues such as economic and social growth and responsible management of the institution. Assessment is based on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nation.
In the summer of 2019 Ahmed Abdullah Sufian Al-Gaberi and Christopher Barasa Aseli, two 3rd year students from the GTK’s ever-growing international community, took part in an Erasmus+ voluntary programme in Craiova, Romania.