Online open day 2023

Online Open Day at the University of Szeged

Our institution holds its first online open day in 2023 for international students on the 9th of March.

For first-hand information regarding the offered international study programmes at the University of Szeged join our online interactive open day where you can meet academics and students of the SZTE!


Representatives from the 12 Faculties will be present online to introduce their faculties and answer all your questions from the comfort of your home.


Preliminary program available here:

13.00 – Welcome Greetings

13.05 – Get to Know the University of Szeged

Information about our location, campus, and programmes offered, our international rankings and student life.

13.20 – Coursera and SZTE

Find out how as a student of the University of Szeged you will have access to the world's leading online education platform and its extensive library of online learning materials, including courses and educational content.

13.30 – Chat with our Faculty Representatives

During these sessions held by the representatives of our Faculties you can learn about the details of the programmes that you’re interested in. Participants can choose to visit one of our breakout rooms (chat rooms) and talk to the faculty members, admission coordinators directly.

14.30 – Meet our Students

The international student community at the University of Szeged – as we like to say it – is the best community in town. It is friendly, it is lively, and it is ever helpful and supportive. Come and see it yourself. They will not only talk about student life and their experience in Szeged, but they will share valuable tips and tricks with you, as well as answer your most pressing questions.

15.30 – Wrap Up and Closing Remarks


Registration is mandatory and can be accessed here.


For more information visit our prospective students page.


If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email us.

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