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List of universities in Hungary

 

List of universities in Hungary

The following is a list of universities and colleges of higher education in Hungary (listed alphabetically and grouped by location and funding), followed by a list of defunct institutions.

Contents

  • Universities 1
    • In Budapest 1.1
      • State funded 1.1.1
      • Privately or church funded 1.1.2
    • In the rest of the country 1.2
      • State funded 1.2.1
      • Privately or church funded 1.2.2
    • Former universities 1.3
  • Colleges of Higher Education 2
    • In Budapest 2.1
      • State funded 2.1.1
      • Privately or church funded 2.1.2
    • In the rest of the country 2.2
      • State funded 2.2.1
      • Privately or church funded 2.2.2
    • Former Colleges of Higher Education 2.3
  • External links 3

Universities

In Budapest

State funded

Privately or church funded

In the rest of the country

State funded

Privately or church funded

Former universities

  • Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical University (merged with others to form University of Szeged in 2000)
  • Debrecen University of Agricultural Sciences (merged with others to form University of Debrecen)
  • Franz Joseph University (ceased operation in 1945)
  • Gödöllő University of Agricultural Sciences (merged with others to form Szent István University in 2000)
  • Imre Haynal University of Health Sciences Budapest (merged with Semmelweis University)
  • Hungarian University of Applied Arts (renamed to Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2006)
  • Hungarian University of Physical Education (merged with Semmelweis University)
  • Janus Pannonius University (merged with others to form University of Pécs in 2000)
  • Attila József University (merged with others to form University of Szeged in 2000)
  • Lajos Kossuth University (merged with others to form University of Debrecen)
  • University Medical School of Debrecen (merged with others to form University of Debrecen)
  • University Medical School of Pécs (merged with others to form University of Pécs in 2000)
  • University of Horticulture and Food Industry (merged with others to form Szent István University in 2000)
  • University of Sopron (merged with others to form University of Western Hungary in 2000)
  • University of Veterinary Science (merged with others to form Szent István University in 2000)
  • Miklós Zrínyi University of National Defence (merged with others to form National University of Public Service in 2012)

Colleges of Higher Education

In Budapest

State funded

Privately or church funded

In the rest of the country

State funded

Privately or church funded

Former Colleges of Higher Education

External links

  • http://www.okm.gov.hu/felsooktatas/felsooktatasi-intezmenyek - List of institutions of higher education on the website of the Hungarian Ministry of Education and Culture
  • List of approved institutions of higher education by the state of Hungarian Republic, appendix 1. for article CXXXIX. of 2005 - Oh.gov.hu - Office of Education
  • http://mek.oszk.hu/03700/03797/03797.htm#8 - Péter, Tibor Nagy. The social and political history of Hungarian education. ISBN 963-200-511-2. Freely available on mek.oszk.hu


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