The history of Debrecen’s higher education dates back to the 16th century with the Reformed College of Debrecen being established in 1538.
Priority areas of research include: molecular science; physical, computational and material science; medical, health, environmental and agricultural science; linguistics, culture and bioethics.
Lajos Kossuth Dormitory
DEAC includes 22 sections including:
The University conducts its programs according to the European Qualifications Framework of the Bologna Process. Thus diplomas attained at the University of Debrecen are generally accepted in the countries of the European Union. Moreover, all our programs are accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Board which is part of the European Accreditation Board.