Founded in 1912, the University of Debrecen is one of Hungary’s five elite-research universities, offering the widest choice of majors in the country for over 29,000 students, including 3,741 international students. UD's 1500 lecturers of 15 faculties endeavour to live up to the elite university status and to provide high quality education. The goal is to train professionals possessing all necessary skills and knowledge to enter the regional, national, or international labour market with a competitive degree. More than 1000 lecturers with doctoral degrees (PhD), 25 doctoral schools, and the volume of internationally renowned research publications and projects attest to the scientific dominance of the university. 139 of the lecturers and researchers are Doctors of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and 27 are members of the Academy. The university is a renowned research centre, possessing 14-15% of the research volume carried out in Hungarian higher education. With its annual R&D income of about 17 million EUR, the University of Debrecen is one of the most rapidly developing knowledge centres in Central and Eastern Europe. The University of Debrecen hosts and participates in several projects in various fields. With the 60 outsourced departments UD’s students have a deep insight to practice-oriented educational programs. The University of Debrecen offers the widest scale of Ph.D. programmes in the country. Research groups work with academics, researchers, students and entrepreneur communities within and also outside the University of Debrecen. Research at the UD makes a real difference to individuals, organisations and society. We're advancing scientific and theoretical knowledge, and working to share and implement its outcoms.
TEAMCOORDINATOR:dr. Klara CZIMRE
Klára CZIMRE is assistant professor at the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development Planning at the University of Debrecen. She has been an active partner in the work of the Institute for Euroregional Studies Oradea since its foundation. As member of the advisory committee of the scientific journal of the Institute, she has been responsible for the edition of two volumes of the Eurolimes (Volumes 12 and 17). She held lectures at the IERS and presentations at conferences organised by the Institute from the start. Her researches focus on cross-border cooperation related issues, with special emphasis on institutional relations, education, theoretical perspectives, EU related topics, etc. Besides the above, her fields of interest also include EU enlargement aspects, international relations (institutional and geographical aspects), real estate management issues and EU policy. Role in the project: teaching, research, events deliverable activities.
Janos PENZES is assistant professor at the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development Planning at the University of Debrecen. He is member of the staff of Institut for Euroergional Studies Oradea. He is member of advisory committee of the scientific journal of the Institute, she has been responsible for the edition of two volumes of the Eurolimes (Volumes 10 and 16). His researches was developed in the area cross-border cooperation related issues and regional development,Role in the project: teaching, research, events deliverable activities.
Jász ERZSÉBET is a PhD student in Human geography – regional development of Earth Science PhD Program at University of Debrecen, Hungary. She works at the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development Planning, University of Debrecen, Hungary. Her PhD researches focus on vocational education and the development of human resources. She also participates in research group activities focusing on science attitude, geography-teaching methodology, the situation of Geography, and Gypsy population in Hungary. Besides the above, she has been teaching Geography and History in a secondary grammar school for two years. He will be responsible for implementing E8.