International students are satisfied with University of Szeged, proving that the Institution has received ‘Very good International Student Satisfaction Award’ this year by StudyPortal, the International Study Choice platform. The honourable recognition was divided on the basis of the international students' opinion.
StudyPortals International Student Satisfaction Awards 2016 were based on over 15,965 reviews of international students from all over the world. StudyPortal is a leading information source for study seekers worldwide, where students can compare 117,000+ programmes from 2,400+ leading universities across 67 countries. These reviews provide rare insights into universities’ performance from a student’s perspective.
Based on the reviews of student experience website – SteXX.eu – international students rated the University of Szeged a 8+ out of 10, in which 200 students review the University’s scientific and educational work, the international community life, the student services and everyday life in Szeged.
Some of the student opinion of University of Szeged:
„University of Szeged is a quality institution with interesting subjects, helpful teachers and a lot of international students.”
“Most lectures were very (or even too) understandable to the Erasmus students.”
„The social life of the city itself. It is not a very big city but it is full of young people due to its famous university. The amount of Erasmus students was big as well, so the social life and the relationships you can make were the best part.”
„I really enjoyed lessons there. Mostly because there were not too many students (10/15) and so the lessons were more interactive than in my home country.”
„For me, I was going to laboratories and they were very helpful. Also most of the exams are like discussion. Its better then classic exams :)”
“For students, especially from Western European Countries, prices are comparable cheap (especially rent, alcohol, eating at a restaurant) I found the food prices in the supermarket similar to the one in Germany, it is cheaper (and much more interesting) to buy on the local markets.”