Community and Student News

First graduates of cross-border training programme in Bratislava receive their diplomas

Eighteen students have graduated from the Health Services Management Training Centre’s (Faculty of Health and Public Services) cross-border Executive Health Services Management programme in Bratislava. Held in Slovakian, the postgraduate programme was organised jointly with the Slovakian Health Management Academy. …

Multinational postgraduate course in medicines development organised with participation of ten universities

A declaration of intent to participate in the Cooperative European Medicines Development Course (CEMDC) has been signed by representatives of ten universities from Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe. The CEMDC’s organisation is connected to the European Union’s Innovative Medicine Initiative …

Multilingual Life Management Consulting Service for students

The Student and Life Management Consulting Service was founded at Semmelweis University’s Institute of Behavioural Sciences in the early 1990s by the recently deceased Dr. Mária Kopp, in response to student needs and in accordance with international practice. What had …

Opening Ceremony of Semmelweis University’s New Academic Year

“Let there be mutual respect and cooperation between professors and students! In addition to teaching and learning, let outstanding research activities abound at our university as well! Let all our activities be permeated by the greatest possible feeling of responsibility …

Semmelweis students and alumni bring home seven Olympic medals

Semmelweis University students and alumni won Hungary a total of two gold, three silver and two bronze medals at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Semmelweis University’s Katalin Kovács (Sport Management major) and Krisztina Fazekas (Sport Management major) finished first in …

Semmelweis students among Hungary's Olympic Champions!

The Hungarian women’s kayak four team, with Semmelweis University’s Katalin Kovács (Sport Management major, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences) among them, finished first in the K4 500m, securing Hungary’s sixth Olympic gold medal in London. The Gabriella Szabó, …

From Japan to Italy: introducing two exceptionally talented international students

Semmelweis University is a truly international community, embracing students from 64 national around the world, with foreign students accounting for nearly a quarter of the total student population. Here, we introduce two of the most talented international students: Leesa Parkison …

Four University research groups receive Hungarian Academy of Sciences grants

Twenty-one research groups from ten universities have started their work through the support of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. A total of HUF 600 million has been made available for the duration of the five-year grant period, which commenced on …

Newest volume of Ph.D. ALMANAC released

The sixth volume of the ALMANAC publication series, which presents the scientific achievements of Semmelweis University’s School of Ph.D. Studies, has been released. This English-language publication contains, among other things, the thesis summaries of those students who earned their Ph.D. …

First graduates leave Semmelweis University’s Asklepios Campus Hamburg

The one-of-a-kind cooperation agreement signed four years ago by Semmelweis University and Germany’s largest clinical centre has borne its first fruits: the first graduates of the University’s Asklepios Campus Hamburg received their diplomas at a ceremony held at the Hungarian …

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