The forint came into use 70 years ago, and to commemorate this outstanding event a spectacular exhibition opened on 17 October on the ground floor of Building A/4.
A long-term strategic partnership agreement between the University of Miskolc and HELL was formed on 18 October 2016. HELL is best known for producing energy drinks and a factory is located not far from Miskolc, but the HELL Group has various other interests as well.
On 28 April, 2015, TAKATA and the University of Miskolc entered into a new cooperation agreement. On behalf of the company, the agreement was signed by Kersten Bachmann, CEO of TAKATA Safety Systems Hungary and Emese Mizsei HR director, and on behalf of the university by Rector Dr András Torma and Chancellor Dr Csaba Deák. The agreement was also signed by Péter Pfliegler, vice mayor of Miskolc.
In the 2016/17 academic year 34 students are beginning their studies in the Master (MBA) or Doctoral Programme at the Faculty of Economics, either as fee-paying students or as recipients of the Stipendium Hungaricum (SH) scholarship.
The project laying the foundation for the accreditation and curriculum development of dual study programmes started at the University of Miskolc in 2013. As a result, instruction could be started in altogether 9 BSc courses at three faculties. In September 2015, 50 freshers started their studies in such a programme after a successful admission procedure.
As many as four lecturers of the University of Miskolc were given a prestigious award by Zoltán Balog, Minister of Human Resources in the celebration held on occasion of Teachers’ Day on 4 June.
As the only one from Europe, the IT team of our university qualified for the final in the world’s most prestigious supercomputer competition. In the final of the Asia Student Supercomputer Challenge competition, our students will compete with students from China, Russia, Singapore, Thailand as well as students from world famous MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
A large delegation represented our university in the XXIIIrd International Conference on Mechanical Engineering, held between 23 and 26 April in Csíksomlyó.
With an outstanding achievement similar to that of last year, the ME-kart team of the University of Miskolc defended its title as absolute winner of the senior category.
On occasion of the 20th anniversary of his death, Dr János Gárdus, founder of the Department of Foreign Languages was commemorated by his old colleagues, pupils, relatives and friends in front of the memorial plaque in the corridor at the Foreign Language Teaching Centre (IOK) on 22 April, 2015.
On 15 April, 2015, the Faculty of Healthcare of the University of Miskolc and Miskolc Semmelweis Hospital and University Hospital entered into a cooperation agreement. On behalf of the university, the contract was signed by Rector Prof. Dr András Torma and Dean of the Faculty of Healthcare, Dr Emőke Kiss-Tóth, and on behalf of Semmelweis University by Director General Dr Sándor Tiba.
The Vehicle Engineering and Vehicle Industry conference will be held at the University of Miskolc on 17 and 18 November 2016.
Demola Centre, 1111 Budapest, Egry József u. 1.
The College of Advanced Studies for Management of Budapest Technical University will organize its INNOversitas competition of new ideas...
Miskolc National Theatre
After laughing at the jokes in the play entitled Illatszertár (‘Perfumery’), it is time for us to enjoy something serious: the next (4th)...
Room 117, Floor 1, Building A/1
As part of its annual programme, the Confucius Institute of the University of Miskolc presents a lecture entitled ‘Business etiquette...
Lecture hall VII (Room 102-103, Floor 1, Building A/1)
The Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering of the University of Miskolc hereby invites all interested to the habilitation lecture of Dr...
Central Library, University of Miskolc
You may meet Máté Bájer, László Barcsai and Kristóf Irlanda, representatives of slam poetry in Miskolc at 5 p.m. on 22 April, 2015...
The predecessor of the University of Miskolc was the school of mining and metallurgy (Bergschule) established by Charles III in Selmecbánya in 1735, which was the world’s first higher education institution giving instruction in these fields (in Freiberg, courses were launched in 1765, in Berlin in 1770, and in St Petersburg in 1773). In 1762, Maria Theresia gave the school academy status (Bergakademie). From 1846, foresters were also trained in the institution. Later, the Selmec school served as a model for the establishment of European technical colleges. In 1794, Paris Technical University organised its laboratory trainings on the basis of the Selmec system. The world’s first international technical society, in which 14 countries were represented, was founded with the contribution of Selmec professors in Szklenó, not far from Selmecbánya. Between 1848 and 1850, instruction was suspended because during the Hungarian war of independence, the students enlisted in Kossuth’s army. Next