2021. October 23., Saturday
Szegedi Tudományegyetem Szent-Györgyi Albert Orvostudományi Kar

University of Szeged
Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School
 
Foreign Students' Secretariat




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Foundation Year Programme

The Foundation Year course admits around 100 students per year to the English Language Programme.

You feel not prepared enough for our regular programmes?

Then our Foundation Year (Preparatory course) is the best option for you.

Join the course if you need help in reviewing Chemistry, Biology, Physics and English language. If you study hard during the eight-month course you will be well prepared for the entrance examination to our regular programmes. Read more.


Entry Requirements


1. Applicants are required to be over the age of 17 in the year of application (by December 31).


2. According to the decision of the Admission Committee of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Szeged, students who have failed in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics or English Language in the final year of their high school studies are not entitled to apply.


3. You are also eligible to complete your online application and sit for an entrance examination if you are in your final year but have not received your School Leaving Certificate or Diploma yet. In this case, you must present proof that you are attending high school.


4. Applicants applying for admission to the Foundation Year do not have to take part in the entrance examination; however, they need to provide proof of sufficient English language proficiency. Therefore, all non-native English speaking applicants must satisfy one of the following requirements:

TOEFL PBT (paper-based test): overall score of 468

TOEFL IBT (internet based test): overall score of 51

TOEFL CBT (computer-based test): overall score of 147

TOEIC: overall score of 490

IELTS: overall score of 4.5 (with at least 4.5 in each of the four components)





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The Keio Medical Science Prize has been awarded to Katalin Karikó "for the discovery of Specific RNA Modification Leading to mRNA Vaccine Development", as announced on 15 September 2021, Japan time. The researcher, who holds a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Szeged, will receive a certificate of merit, medal, and a monetary award of 10 million yen for her work.