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Eotvos Lorand University
English Name: Eotvos Lorand University
Region: Eastern Europe
Country: Hungary
Found Year: 1635
Address: Egyetem tér 1-3.
Website: http://www.elte.hu

The predecessor of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) was founded in 1635 in the rural town of Nagyszombat by Cardinal Péter Pázmány, as a catholic university for teaching Theology and Philosophy. In 1770-1780, the University was transferred to Buda and later to Pest, and with the support of Maria-Theresa, the Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary, became the Royal Hungarian University.

Over the following decades, new faculties were established to meet the expectations of a learned society. In the second half of the 19th century, the University developed into a centre of modern higher education in today's sense, covering nearly every scholarly field. In 1950 the university was reorganized and adopted its present name.

It was named after one of its professors, the world-famous physicist, Loránd Eötvös.

Recently, a new campus has been built on the scenic banks of the Danube for the Faculties of Natural and Social Sciences and Informatics.

Currently, the university has eight faculties:

Science, Informatics, Law and Political Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, Education and Psychology,

Elementary and Nursery School Teacher Training and the Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Education.

Eötvös Loránd University is internationally recognized and its programs are accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Board.

The diplomas issued by Eötvös Loránd University are acknowledged worldwide, and its course credits are transferable in all countries in the European Union.

Over the last hundred years, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) has had many world famous scientists and four Nobel Prize laureates among its teachers and alumni.

The current number of students enrolled yearly has reached 32 000, and there is an academic staff of 1800 highly-qualified teachers and researchers.

Total Enrollment:25356
           International Students:919(4%)
Undergraduate Enrollment:15226
           International Students:544(4%)
Graduate Enrollment:10130
           International Students:375(4%)

Undergraduate Programs
           Adult Education
           Ancient Cultures, Languages ​​And Fields of Classical Philology
           Ancient Languages ​​And Cultures
           Applied Economics
           Biology
           Chemistry
           Communication and Media Studies
           Earth Sciences
           Eastern Languages ​​And Cultures Korean Specialty
           Eastern Languages ​​And Cultures, Mongolian Specialty
           Eastern Languages ​​And Cultures, Specialization Indology
           Eastern Languages ​​And Cultures-Arab Specialization
           Eastern Languages ​​And Cultures-Chinese Specialties
           Eastern Languages ​​And Cultures-Iranian Studies Specialization
           Eastern Languages ​​And Cultures-Japanese Specialty
           Eastern Languages ​​And Cultures-Tibet Branch
           Ecology
           English Studies
           Ethnography
           Geography
           History
           Hungarian
           Infant and Young Child In A Foster
           Information Librarian
           International Studies
           Judicial Administration
           Kindergarten Teacher
           Kindergarten Teacher-German Ethnic Specialization
           Kindergarten Teachers Serbs Ethnic Specialization
           Labour and Social Security Administration
           Liberal Arts
           Mathematics
           Oriental Languages ​​And Culture, Modern Greece
           Oriental Languages ​​And Cultures, Turkey
           Pedagogy
           Physics
           Political Science
           Psychology
           Recreation and Health Promotion
           Romance and French Specialty
           Romance and Italian Specialties
           Romance of The Spanish-Specialization
           Romance Romanian-Specialization
           Romance-Portuguese Specialty
           Slavic and Croatian Specialties
           Slavic and Czech Specialties
           Slavic and Slovenian Specialties
           Slavic and Ukrainian Specialties
           Slavic-Bulgarian Branch
           Slavic-Polish Specialty
           Slavic-Russian Specialization
           Slavic-Serbian Specialties
           Slavic-Slovak Specialization
           Social Studies
           Social Work
           Sociology
           Software Engineering (In English)
           Special Education
           Specialization In History and Archaeology
           Sports Organizers
           Teacher
           Teacher-German Ethnic Specialization
           Teacher-Serbian Ethnic Specialization
           Vocal Music
Graduate Programs
           Adult Education
           Aesthetics
           American
           Applied Linguistics
           Applied Mathematics
           Arabic Studies
           Archeology
           Archives
           Art History
           Assyriological
           Astronomer
           Biology
           Biology Teacher
           Biophysicist
           Bulgarian Language and Literature
           Cartographer
           Chemist
           Chemistry Teacher
           Classical Philology
           Communication and Media Studies
           Community and Civic Studies
           Criminology
           Croatian and Croatian-Ethnic Teachers
           Croatian Language and Literature
           Cultural Anthropology
           Czech Language and Literature
           Eco-School Teacher
           Economic Analysis
           Egyptology
           English Studies
           English Teacher
           Environmental Science
           Ethnic German Language and Literature
           Ethnic Ukrainian and Ukrainian-Teacher
           Ethnography
           Family and Child Protection Teacher
           Film Studies
           French Language, Literature and Culture
           French Teacher
           Game-And Leisure-Teacher Organization
           Geography
           Geography Teacher
           Geologist
           Geophysicist
           German and German-Minority Teachers
           German Language, Literature and Culture
           German Professor
           Health Policy, Planning and Finance
           History
           History Teacher
           Hungarian As A Foreign Language Teacher
           Hungarian Language and Literature
           Hungarian Teacher
           Hungarology
           Indology
           Information Librarian
           Insurance and Financial Mathematics
           Intercultural Psychology and Pedagogy
           International Studies
           Iranian Studies
           Islamic Studies
           It Teacher
           Italian Language, Literature and Culture
           Italian Teacher
           Language and Speech Teacher
           Latin Teacher
           Lawyer
           Literature, Science and Culture
           Logic and Theory of Science
           Materials
           Math Teacher
           Mathematician
           Meteorologist
           Minority Policy
           Multicultural Education Teacher
           Pedagogy
           Philosophy
           Philosophy Professor
           Physicist
           Physics Teacher
           Polish and Polish-Minority Teachers
           Polish Language and Literature
           Political Science
           Portuguese Language, Literature and Culture
           Portuguese Teachers
           Psychology
           Religious Science
           Renaissance Studies
           Romania and The Romanian Minority-Teacher
           Romanian Language, Literature and Culture
           Russian Language and Literature
           Russian Teachers
           Science Communication In Science
           Semiotics
           Serbian Language and Literature
           Serbs and Ethnic-Serbian Teachers
           Singing and Music Teachers
           Sinology
           Slovak and Slovak-National Teachers
           Slovak Language and Literature
           Slovenian and Slovenian-Minority Teachers
           Slovenian Language and Literature
           Social
           Social Work
           Sociology
           Software Engineering
           Spanish Language, Literature and Culture
           Spanish Teacher
           Special Education
           Statistical Survey
           Teacher
           Teacher Education
           The History of Museology
           Theoretical Linguistics
           Translators and Interpreters
           Ukrainian Language and Literature

Performance in Academic Ranking of World Universities
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