Your Education. Our Mission.
International collaborations play a significant role in the life of the Faculty of Medicine both in education and research.
In the recent years, the number of student mobilities has increased. We are constantly establishing new Erasmus agreements (currently 56 active) since the program provides students with the outstanding opportunity of professional development recognized all over Europe. International experience is important not only to learn languages but also to create new relationships which can help medical students in their future career.
Erasmus contracts of the Faculty of Medicine in PDF>>
Further information: http://www2.u-szeged.hu/erasmus/
Contact person: Eszter Sasi-Pokriva, foreign officer, Dean’s Office, Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged, H-6720 Szeged, Tisza Lajos krt. 109. 2nd floor, E-mail: email@example.com
Call for Applications for the Exchange Program with Keck School of Medicine
The Call for Application for the Exchange Program with Keck School of Medicine, USC has been announced for current 6th year medical students.
The one-month traineeship opportunity is for final year internships between 24th January, 2022 – 15th April, 2022.
Application deadline: 31st August, 2021.
Contact person: Eszter Sasi-Pokriva, local program coordinator, Dean's Office, Faculty of Medicine, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for applications 2021/2022
Evaluation criteria of international exchange programs
IFMSA exchange program
The Medical Student Association of Szeged (SZOE) is responsible for the exchange program. 40-50 medical students from Szeged have the opportunity to do their medical electives each year abroad and the same number of foreign students are received at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged. Both incoming and outgoing students have a very positive feedback on the one-month traineeship.
Further information: email@example.com
HMAA Buffalo Exchange Program (for students holding Hungarian citizenship)
Dent Neurological Institute and Roswell Park Cancer Institute has entered into an agreement with the four Hungarian medical universities that teach medicine to provide 12 week credit-bearing senior electives to medical students who are in their 6th year of education (apply for the program during 5th year).
The purpose of the program is to facilitate the exchange of students as well as experience and knowledge between the involved medical universities. With this program the HMAA contributes and provides broad medical knowledge to young Hungarian physicians who are entering the Hungarian health care system.
Further information: https://hmaa.org/programs/exchange/buffalo/