Hungarian universities attract students from all over the globe. Hungarian higher education institutions have made it to the top of several international lists. However, in this article, we do not aim to focus on the quality of education but mostly on the aesthetics of the campuses. We have gone across the country to find the most impressive Hungarian university campuses taking into consideration both architectural legacy and setting.
Győr is one of the most dynamic developing economic hubs in Hungary. One of the city’s main attractions is the Széchenyi István University.
The University of Győr offers a wide range of higher education programs.
Among other options, you can find animal husbandry, trade and marketing, tourism, special education, and engineering faculties. Győr is one of the most prominent towns in Western Hungary which await students with quality education and various recreational programs.
The University of Szeged has more than 2,000 local students and nearly 3,000 foreign students. The university, founded in 1581, has a rich history.
The first rector of the university was Albert Szent-Györgyi, the Nobel Prize-winning Hungarian doctor.
The university’s nearly 300 properties enclose the city of Szeged. The university library and the surrounding student quarters are considered popular meeting points. In addition, the city has an active sports life, plus who would not want to taste the famous Szeged fish soup?
What truly stands out at the University of Sopron is its impressive Botanical Garden.
The enchanting 17-acre area park blends well with the unique historic building.
The university is surrounded by many buildings plus a garden that houses a collection of rare and protected species. We can even spot some squirrels or deer.
More than 300 courses are offered at 7 faculties in Miskolc. The university has been seeing more and more students, high-scale research projects and international success stories. Its mission statement is “to educate students well, contribute to the international research community, be involved in and support the region, and foster a supportive and inclusive university community”.
Miskolc is one of the main centres of the North Hungarian region.
It is not just the growing opportunities that attract local and foreign students but also the beautiful architecture of the university’s campus.