SZIU degrees recognised in Qatar

The Qatari Supreme Education Council published a list of higher educational institutions from 58 countries at the end of December 2014.

Successfully completed English language training

Last Friday (29th August 2014) was a big day for the 23 Brasilian students who study at the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, Szent István University, within

Orientation Week for Erasmus Students 2-5 September 2014. Other International students are welcome as well

International Joint Degree Programme

Danube AgriFood Master

Sustainability in Agriculture, Food Production and Food Technology in the Danube Region

SZIU hosted Albanian Minister of Agriculture

Upon the invitation of The Ministry of Rural Development, Edmond PANARITI, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of Albania travelled to Hungary to attend the Global Forum and Expo on Family Farming event.

2nd International Week at SZIU

The date of the 3rd International Week is to be confirmed. Please, visit us later or contact us at!



KITE (Knowledge, Integration and Transparency in Education)
KITE is a mobility scheme for academic cooperation between higher education institutions from the African, Caribbean and Pacific regions (ACP). KITE provides scholarships for students (or prospective students) and staff (both academic and administrative) from the ACP region to carry out their study or research in selected high-quality partner institutions in the EU.

Cooperation agreement signed with Ural State Agricultural University

The new management of SZIU’s Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences (FESS), entering into office on 1st July 2013, signed a cooperation agreement with the Institute of Economics of the Ural State Agricultural University in Ekaterinburg, Russia.

Science Without Borders Programme

Science Without Borders (SWB) is a Brazilian scholarship programme, a joint effort of the Brazilian Ministry of Education (MEC) and the Brazilian Ministry of Science and Technology (MCT) through their respective funding agencies – CAPES and CNPq.