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					     Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

                   Márton Bélik
                 Rector’s Office,
Department of International Education and Mobility
                        General Data



Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
 Budapest
 H-1053 Egyetem tér 1-3.
 Hungary
 Tel.: +36-1-266-3119
 Fax: +36-1-266-9786
 e-mail: rektor@ludens.elte.hu
         rektit@ludens.elte.hu
                           Leadership

RECTOR
Full Professor Ferenc Hudecz, Ph.D.

VICE-RECTOR for General Affairs
Full Professor Marianna Fazekas, Ph.D.

VICE-RECTOR for Research and International Cooperation
Full Professor Magdolna Orosz, Ph.D.

VICE-RECTOR for Academic Affairs
Full Professor László Zentai, Ph.D.
                         Brief History of ELTE
1635    founded by Péter Pázmány, the Archbishop of Esztergom
        (Faculties of Arts and Theology)
1667    Faculty of Law
1769    Faculty of Medicine
1777    moved from Nagyszombat (Trnava) to Buda, then to Pest
Turn of the 18th-19 cc. one of the 15 largest universities
                                 in the world
1949    Faculty of Science
1950    adopted the name of Loránd Eötvös (1848-1919),
2001    Lágymányos Campus completed
2000-2003                New faculties
  The Deed
of Foundation




  Nagyszombat
    (Trnava),
  12 May, 1635
Law




                                    Faculty buildings 1



Informatics/Sciences
/Social Sciences




                       Humanities
                           Faculty buildings 2




Elementary and Nursery School
                                                 Special Education
Teachers' Training
          ELTE University Library




   oldest library in the country (1561)
   2 million titles
   an 8th century Beda fragment
   185 codices, 1150 incunabula and 2600 old Hungarian printed books
ELTE University Library
ELTE Botanical Garden
    established in 1771
BEAC sections:


Athletics
Badminton
Basketball
Chess
Football
Handball
Hiking Karate
Orienteering
Students' Athletics
Club
Table Tennis
Tennis
Water Polo
                     Nobel Prize
                      laureates



   Fülöp Lénárd                                     György Hevesy
   1905 Physics                                     1943 Chemistry




                  Albert Szent-Györgyi
                     1937 Medicine

György Békésy                            János Harsányi 1994 Economics
1961 Medicine
                    Student,
                   professor
  Lipót Fejér
  (1880-1959    in mathematics



                                        John von Neumann
László Lovász
                                           (1903-1957)
(1948-)


                            Pál Erdős
                          (1913-1996)
                       8 faculties
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Informatics
Faculty of Education and Psychology
Faculty of Social Sciences
Bárczi Gusztáv College of Special Education
Faculty of Primary and Nursery School Teachers' Training
Other institutions
                          Facts and figures
                                 (2008/09)
•   Number of first year students:                7 014
•   Total number of students:                     29 031
•   Total number of academic staff:               1 415
     Full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences      10
     Corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences       15
     Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences           201
     Candidate of sciences                                 346
     Master DLA                                            6
     dr. univ.                                             59
     Dr. (Title)/Doctor of Sciences                        44
     Doctor (PhD)                                          734
 Distribution of students by faculties (2007/08)
    Elementary and        Special Education      Law
nursery school teachers        (6.3%)          (15.3%)
        (9.3%)
                                                Humanities
 Informatics                                     (26.8%)
    (8.9%)



    Science
    (17.8%)
               Social Sciences    Education and Psychology
                   (7.1%)                  (8.5%)
Distribution of students by level   BA/BSc (33.9%)
            (2007/08)
                                    MA/MSc (51.5%)


                                    PhD, DLA (5.1%)


                                    Higher level
                                    vocational
                                    training (0.4%)
                                    Vocational
                                    training (9.1%)
National university ranking by applications
                2008 (2007)
  1. (1.)      ELTE           16,962
  2. (3.)      SZTE           14,145
  3. (2.)       PTE           13,759
  4. (4.)       DE            13,674
  5. (5.)       BGF           12,331
  6. (6.)       BCE           10,049
  7. (7.)      BMGE            9,938
              30000

        Applicants (all)
              25000



              20000

Application
   and        15000
                                  Applicants (first)
admission
              10000



              5000

                                                                 Admitted
                 0
                        1     2      3      4      5     6      7     8
                      2001 2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008
Students and degrees issued in Hungary (2007/08)

                                  ELTE 32 000 (7 %)
 Σ: 409 000 students


7 438 (14%)                                      357 (33%)

                       377 000

          45 362                       710

   Σ: 53 000 degrees             Σ: 1 067 PhD degrees
                      International Relations
Main areas:

   International cooperation
     - networks
     - bilateral relations
   International mobility (Teachers & Students)
   Foreign language programmes/possibilities
   University delegations
            INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
      MEMBERSHIP IN THE UNIVERSITY NETWORKS

       •   EUA (European University Association),
       •   UNICA (Universities from Capitals of Europe),
       •   the Coimbra Group,
       •   the Utrecht Network
       •   the Danube Rectors' Conference
       •   CEI UniNet (Central European Initiative University Network)
       •   IAUP (International Association of University Presidents)



Currently, ELTE gives the president of the DRC &
Prof. László Boros is in the Executive Board of the Coimbra Group
                    International Relations
Bilateral agreements:

•   extensive relationships with universities all over the world
•   formal agreements with 120 universities in Europe, Asia, Africa, North
    and South America at an institutional or a faculty level, and 298 Erasmus
    partner universities.
•   main areas of cooperation:
     – joint training and research projects
     – joint participation in international conferences and workshops
     – accreditation of courses
     – exchange of students and guest lecturers
                   Erasmus programme
Increasing number of partners and mobility:
1998-99: 64 institutions
(quota: 178 students and 72 teachers)
2009-10: 298 institutions
(quota: 985 students and 514 teachers)
The number of Erasmus students:
                                   outgoing          incoming
                1998-99 :                    116           19
                2004-05:                     265           99
                2007-08:              422 + 44 (intern.)   150
                2009-2010 (planned)   520 + 44 (intern.)   180
Thank you for your attention!

				
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