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					            General Presentation


            Eötvös Loránd University
                  Rector’s Office
Department for International Education and Mobility

               March 31 2010 Budapest
General information




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
BEAC sections:


Athletics
Badminton
Basketball
Chess
Football
Handball
Hiking Karate
Orienteering
Students' Athletics
Club
Table Tennis
Tennis
Water Polo
                    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 1
                          (2009/10)‫‏‬

• Number of first year students:             9 282
• Total number of students:                 30 767
     •   Bachelor level training             17 079
     •   Master level training                9 829
     •   PhD, DLA                             1 400
     •   Vocational training                  2 118
     •   Higher-level vocaitonal training       341
     •
                  Facts and figures 2
                          (2009/10)‫‏‬

• Total number of academic staff:                      1 424
  •   Full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciecces (HAS) 12
  •   Corresponding member of the HAS                        12
  •   Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences           200
  •   Candidate of Sciences                                 346
  •   Master DLA                                              8
  •   Dr. univ.                                              45
  •   Dr. (Title)/Doctor of Sciences                         35
  •   Doctor (PhD)                                          734
Distribution of students by faculties 2009/2010

        Faculty of Special
           Education           Faculty of Teachers'
               6%              and Nursery School Faculty of Education
                                     Training       and Pschology
        Faculty of Social              6%                 10%
           Sciences
              7%                                                  Faculty of
                                                                  Humanities
                                                                    27%
   Faculty of Science
          18%

                        Faculty of Law and               Faculty of
                         Political Science              Informatics
                                17%                          9%
  National university
 ranking by number of
applicatoins in year 2009

1. Eötvös Loránd University
    (17% of national applications)
2. University of Szeged
3. University of Debrecen
4. University of Pécs
5. Budapest Buisness School
6. Budapest University of
    Technology and Economics
7. Corvinus University
8. St. István University
9. Óbuda University
10. University of West Hungary
                                                             International Grants
 FP6, FP7, Welcome Trust, LLP and other

Year   ammount in (€)     No.: of projects

2007           3041222                    16

2008           4444020                    24
                                                        Number of international grants/projects
2009          11927030                    85

                                                                                                     85
                                                   90
                                                   80
                                                   70
                                                   60
                                                   50
                                                   40
                                                   30                               24
                                                                   16
                                                   20
                                                   10
                                No.: of projects   0
                                                               2007             2008              2009
                 International Relations 1

Main areas:

   International cooperation
     - networks
     - bilateral relations (bilateral and Erasmus agreements)
   International mobility (Teachers & Students)
   Foreign language programmes/possibilities
   University delegations
                      International Relations 2
                         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 3
                          Bilateral Agreements


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
                  International Relations 4
                    Erasmus programme
Increasing number of partners and mobility:
1998-99: 64 institutions
(quota: 178 students and 72 teachers)
2009-10: 317 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
            2008-09:              446 + 50 (intern)     247
            2009-10 (planned):    480 + 55 (intern)     320
                International Relations 5
            Erasmus co-operation 2009/2010
Partner universities                                319

Outgoing students (study)                           498
Outgoing students (student placement)                58
Incoming students                                   320

Outgoing teachers                                   97
Incoming teachers                                   70
Incoming experts (representatives of enterprises)    8

Outgoing administrative staff                        35
Incoming administrative staff                        30

				
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