Název instituce

University of Szeged, FACULTY OF PHARMACY

Adresa Zrínyi u. 9
6720 Szeged
Kontaktní web www.u-szeged.hu
Kontaktní email
Kontaktní telefon/fax Telefon: + 36 62 545-022, Fax: + 36 62 545-022
Komunitní servery
The clinics and institutes of the University of Szeged form a health science center in the southern part of Hungary. The faculties of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy have ever been devoted to the mission of teaching, research, patient care and public service. Our aim is to educate physicians and pharmacists, highly qualified professionals who exemplify the highest devotion to the maintenance and improvement of the human health.

Today, more than ever before, people are taking responsibility for their health in a serious manner. To be a physician is a vital and respected profession, the standard of which is rapidly growing to meet the increasing health care needs of society. This profession also involves a high level of commitment to serving others and a strong dedication to ethical standard.

During the past decades a great number of young people have actively sought admission to our Faculty. We may say that our foreign language training programs are especially popular. We are delighted to see this interest, and regret that we have place in our programs for only a small percentage of the applicants.

Upon successful completion of studies, graduates are awarded by a Diploma in medicine, with a continuing opportunity to take part in postgraduate training. The Medical Curriculum outlined in is fully equal, and identical to that prescribed for Hungarian undergraduates attending the University, and the Diploma issued is fully identical to the Diploma issued to Hungarian graduates, moreover, this Diploma is internationally respected. Our University is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools published by the World Health Organization.

The University campus is located in the cultural, education, business and shopping center of the city. The faculty members with many connections to western Universities administer the University Curriculum in professional atmosphere in English.

The English-Language Program offered at the Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Pharmacy for foreign students started in the academic year 1984/85 and 1986/87, respectively. In 1999 a German-Language Program was also introduced.

Except for the language of instruction, the curricula for medical and pharmacy students correspond in subjects and duration with those for Hungarian students. The program for medical students covers six years, that is, 12 semesters, the last two of which are for the clerkship year. The Pharmacy training program takes five years, that is, 10 semesters. At the conclusion of the program, a Master's Degree is granted for those who have met the requirements of the training.

For proper accomplishment of clinical practice certain proficiency in Hungarian language is necessary. Communication skills in Hungarian language are essential for clinical specialization. Medical students take part in the work of the clinical departments and the teaching hospitals during the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth years of the curriculum. The curriculum is concluded by the State Board Examination. The Medical Doctor Degree (M.D.) received is accepted in several countries of the world. Graduates are entitled to apply for a hospital residency among others in Germany or the U.K.
Graduates are entitled to participate in the US Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE).
Pharmacy students work in pharmacies during summers and the last term.

Accreditation and International Recognition of the Degrees
The medical and pharmaceutical programs were accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Board in 2005. The medical school is listed in the directory of the World Health Organization.

In March 1997, the National Committee on Foreign Medical Education and Accreditation (NCFMEA) determined that the medical accreditation standards used by Hungary were comparable to the standards used to evaluate program leading to the M.D. degree in the United States.
The medical program fulfilled all the criteria of a visiting committee the New York State Educational Department in April 2002.

The Faculty of Medicine is proud that its academic achievements have also been recognized by the State of California. Due to the accreditation, which was granted in September 2003, English-program students can now participate in clinical clerkships in approved California training sites. Graduates of the English program can now take part in postgraduate training programs in California and become licensed in California, provided all licensing requirements are satisfied.

In a university survey published in 2002 by UnivPRESS, the University of Szeged was ranked as first within the Hungarian medical universities on the basis of the value and marketability of the training and the degree received in Szeged.

According to a survey conducted by Shanghai Jiao Tong University Institute of Higher Education which ranks world universities, University of Szeged ranks among the World Top 500 in 9 consecutive years (2003-2011). The University is leading the national rank in Hungary.
Please visit www.shanghairanking.com if you would like to find out more about ranking.

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