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Get Admission into University of Debrecen, Hungary at the Global Education Counselling Presentations & Interviews in Lagos, Ibadan, Port Harcourt & Abuja – Wednesday 6th to Saturday 9th February 2013

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Global Education Counselling, a recruiter of students for various Universities is organising a presentation for the University of Debrecen, Hungary. It is a bi-annual programme and they are offering over 200 courses from Foundation,  Undergraduate to Postgraduate degrees.

Through this presentation, University of Debrecen is providing a unique opportunity for parents, students and schools to meet the International Office Director from the University.

The various courses are Software Engineering, MSc.;Chemistry, MSc.; Applied Mathematics, MSc.; Chemistry Bsc; Public Management, MA; Mechanical Engineering, BSc; System Engineering, BSc; Chemical Engineering, BSc; Electrical Engineering BSc; Mathematics, BSc; Biology, BSc; Chemistry, BSc; Physics, BSc; Performing Arts, BA; Music, BA; Creative Art and Musicology, BA; Psychology, BA; History, BA; Business Informatics, MBA; Chemistry, Msc; International Relations BA and many others.

Accommodation is guaranteed to all International students. Credits transfer options/top up programmes are available and the tuition fees are highly competitive.

Presentations and interviews will be held for prospective students for September 2013 and January 2014 entry at the following locations:

Port Harcourt
Date: Wednesday 6th February 2013
Time: 11AM – 6PM
Venue: GEC Office Imperial Plaza Plot 129/131 Olu Obasanjo Road Port Harcourt

Abuja
Date: Thursday 7th February 2013
Time: 11AM – 6PM
Venue: GEC office No 3 Nairobi Street, Off Aminu Kano Crescent opp Amal Court By Access Bank Wuse II, Abuja

Ibadan
Date: Friday 8th February 2013
Time: 11AM – 4PM
Venue:Global Cambridge College No 12 Rotimi Williams Avenue, Off Awosika Avenue Old Bodija, Ibadan, Oyo

Lagos
Date: Saturday 9th February 2013
Time: 11AM – 5PM
Venue: GEC Office No 48 Saka Tinubu Street, Off, Victoria Island, Lagos

Please come with your relevant educational documents for potential on the spot admission

For more information and enquiries, call 01-8980612 | 01-7621587 | 08039662065
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33 Comments

  1. i no send

    January 28, 2013 at 5:15 pm

    no bueno..thanks

  2. Brigitta

    January 28, 2013 at 5:27 pm

    Thanks!

  3. Mimi the traveller

    January 28, 2013 at 5:46 pm

    BN will not post this comment, because you were paid to put up this post, but I really wish you will display some integrity, and let some of us warn our fellow Nigerians. These agents are just there to make money, once you get admission, and travel, the picture is different. I’ve been to Budapest, gorgeous city (some parts – really historic and all) at night its even more amazing. So that’s a plus for Hungary. The food is crap, like really bad. I was there to visit a friend who lived there, so I didnt just go the tourist route, I really explored. The people, are not so friendly at all, they kept pointing at us, calling us fekete (black in hungarian). My friend lives there, so she was used to it, I found it quite disturbing, to the point I didnt feel safe in some areas. The language is frigging hard, very very difficult. My friend was at the Oxford Brookes campus, so she was being taught in English. If you have to learn Hungarian, good luck to you. One year of your life learning a language, you cant use outside of Hungary. It may be in Europe, but their infrastructure is beyond wack, and very backward. Their underground trains are so laughable, you’ll think you were lost in 1950. Asides the up market areas, and tourist areas, Budapest aint all that at all, and that’s the capital of Hungary. It is a struggling country. Yes, housing is cheap compared to the UK, Germany or France, utility bils are also cheap, but thats about it. The 9ja students she introduced to me to, had nothing really good to say about the place, but they had zeroed their minds to stay, since they have paid, and they had no plans to stay after school. Finding part time work too was quite difficult, except you accepted low paid grunt work menial jobs.
    Ok then, we got on the train to Debrecen, as I wanted to visit the popular med school that Nigerians talk about. Oh boy, the train we got on to Debrecen, was like 9ja molue but a train isntead. Debrecen is a town (overstatement), that is so laid back, you could have stepped into 1930. really old and very very quiet town. nothing happens there at all. It was like going to my village in Benin, just with better houses and electricity. if not for the university, that gives it life, the place is quite dead. Nothing to see or experience, just go to school, go back to your house and sleep. So, before one agent sells you a pie in the sky dream. Remember, they owe you nada, once you pay your fees. You are on your own.

    • zainab

      January 29, 2013 at 3:02 am

      well i school in szeged and i came after a degree in the uk to study medicine. the standsrd of education is good and i have the opportunity to practice in the uk and usa, as hungarian medical graduates are known to do well in the exams to be liscensed in these countries. my point is i came as a graduate, so as far as clubbing and all dat i had been there done dat, i am here to study medicine, dats wat my mind is on. when i pass my exams and get any holiday i X out and go to the uk or naija. so for mature students who arent looking for luxuries but just want to get dat degree, i recommend hungary. i am happy quite honestly, i live confortably and there is a good naija community. its not all bad, lets not compare a post-communist society to uk/usa.

    • Dorathy

      January 29, 2013 at 11:50 am

      thank you very much Zainab. my name is Dorathy. i am the regional international officer for the university of Debrecen here in Nigeria. i really appreciate your comment about Hungary, none of my students over there have said any thing negative save for the language, which is a normal in any new place. Debrecen is a very interesting school, i have sent many students there and they are all telling me good stuffs about the university.

  4. koko

    January 28, 2013 at 6:40 pm

    Don’t you have to spend a year learning their language first? Where else can you use this degrees?
    Just asking. Hungarians are economic refugees world wide what makes what they are no exporting exceptional?

    • Partyrider

      January 28, 2013 at 7:15 pm

      No you dont have to spending a year learning their language first.ALL classes are in ENGLISH..good English if i may add.
      though through 4years in my university as a medical student you are taught basic hungarian language in the first year and the next 3 years you are taught medical hungarian together with other courses.

      may i add that people need to make inquires before making conclusions. the medical schools in hunagry are very good. ask about the univeristy of szeged and semmelwies.
      Hungary’s economy is not the best but their education system is very Good.

      Buapest university of technology and economics there in hungary is also a renowed engineering school,and one of the oldest technology schools in the world.

      and you ask where else can these degrees be used? hahaha go figure about these 3 schools i just mentioned and where their graduates are around the world.

      ok bye.

    • chic

      January 28, 2013 at 7:32 pm

      Looking to make a quick buck out of gullible africans now if they offered FULL sscholarships like the Russians used to do maybe still do i don’t know that would be a different situation

    • zainab

      January 29, 2013 at 3:04 am

      well i school in szeged and i came after a degree in the uk to study medicine. the standsrd of education is good and i have the opportunity to practice in the uk and usa, as hungarian medical graduates are known to do well in the exams to be liscensed in these countries. my point is i came as a graduate, so as far as clubbing and all dat i had been there done dat, i am here to study medicine, dats wat my mind is on. when i pass my exams and get any holiday i X out and go to the uk or naija. so for mature students who arent looking for luxuries but just want to get dat degree, i recommend hungary. i am happy quite honestly, i live confortably and there is a good naija community. its not all bad, lets not compare a post-communist society to uk/usa. besides, the course is in english. the professors are hungarians who have come back home from all over the world, from the us to sweden. i like the challenge personally. i did my research before coming. its just the course that is nto easy…

  5. xzibit

    January 28, 2013 at 6:56 pm

    Hello everyone, i graduated from the university of debrecen with a medical degree last year. I will not advice anyone to come here for Engineering or any social science course. However, for medicine, Dentistry or pharmacy, i will recommend it. The medical faculty is very good and well established with years of experiance unlike engineering that started may be 3 or 4 yrs ago. Its not an easy Uni to graduate from, dont let anyone fool you that its easier in europe…there a lot of nigerians here struggling. So before you make up your mind to come here, make sure you really want to be doctor, or go elsewhere!

  6. nich

    January 28, 2013 at 9:25 pm

    why hungary…..people should study in canada or the states……….where you can work afterwards and not hungary

    • zainab

      January 29, 2013 at 3:08 am

      how ignorant of a statement. but i dont blame u, i used to think like that when i was in the uk. in my small mind, i thought north america and the uk had monopoly on good educcation. how small minded. hungarian medical graduates are competing very well in usmle/plab etc. u make the system work for u, some pple come here n think there money will get dem a degree until dey start n start repeating like broken records. smh, do some research

    • Partyrider

      January 29, 2013 at 11:28 am

      Tell them Zainab

    • dgehhd

      June 18, 2014 at 10:53 pm

      If you are an international student costs just double.School fees are more than 50.000dollars per year.and seating are extremely limited in states.In canada they don’t even allow you to study med as an int student.

  7. Xala

    January 29, 2013 at 6:28 am

    I dont know about Debrecen but I school in an American university in Budapest and it is all not so bad. As for the Infrastructure being laughable, i beg to differ. The Metro works fine and defining the trains as Molue is really pushing it. While Hungarians might not be the friendliest people and the language is kinda funny, it is a good place to school. The city is so very beautiful and historical. There are very few cities in Europe that has the allure of Budapest. The economy is not top-notch, so it is very difficult for people who want to ‘hustle’. However, compared to schools in the UK, you get good value for money. Like someone said, Hungary is famous for its Medical and Engineering/informatics studies. Schools like Simmelweiss, IBS, CEU are quite good.

  8. ada dada

    January 29, 2013 at 1:08 pm

    I would like to say that the person who said that the train she got on to debrecen was worse that than a molue is telling a complete lie. Just like you have the cheap trains where you pay lesser money, there are exp ones where you get comfort – so you should ask your friend wat train you got on. Most international students get on the intercity train and my dear it is far better than the normal bus u get on in 9ja. Talking about having part time jobs, if u are coming to Hungary to hustle – then its not the country for you because its strictly for just studying. The people who end up complaining about hungary are the hustlers cos they did not actually come to study. Talking about the hungarians calling people fekete, we just get used to it – it does not mean that they are been racist or anything. For those saying that it is just the medical school that is good, that is a complete lie. I studied in the business school, the teachers were great and the faculty is just as tough as the medical school – the problem with medical students in hungary is that they look down their nose at any other person studying a different course because they are just bunch of ignorant people. They keep complaining that medical school is hard and the story goes on but what they do not know is that the business school and engineering school is tough too – we don’t complain, we shut the hell up and study cos if u don’t study, u aint going no where. Any one who graduated from the business school can testify to that. BME is also one of the best engineering university in the world – to graduate from the uni no be beans. Before you come on a social website and comment on issues like this, plz make ur research – there is a difference btw coming for a holiday and coming to study.

    • Sylvia

      January 29, 2013 at 9:52 pm

      I know exactly what you are talking about, mimi’s experience was what she wrote. I got the chance to experience both. I live in the UK, and I went to visit an Aunty who went to Hungary for surgery as it was cheaper compared to coming to the UK. I flew in to Budapest, spent 2nights initially. Xala talking about the metro being fine, has obviously never stepped out of Hungary, to be talking nonsense. I always thought the underground in London had it bad, followed by Paris. When I got to Budapest, I swallowed my words. WTH. If only I could post pictures. I took so many of them just to show my colleagues that they should never complain about the tube in the UK. We have it very very good, so some people know what they are saying. I got on the train to Debrecen from one of the main Budapest stations. I wanted to leave immediately, so I got on the next available train. Goodness me, it was terrible. Ah Ah, You wont believe you are in Europe. I generally love train journeys in mainland Europe, this was my WORST experience. I have never been so uncomfortable on a train. That train was shitty beyond comprehension. I spent a few days with my aunty in Debrecen, and that town is nothing to be excited about. Hungary is definitely a struggling economy, and it showed in Debrecen. Forget the glitterati of Budapest. Nigerian mentality of university is just for book alone. I don’t blame you guys now, when the setup in Nigeria is just like that, our government didn’t deem it fit to give us any better. We think a University is just the four walls of a compound, academia and that’s all. University in western countries is a whole different experience. The totality that affects you physically, academically, socially, morally, I can go on and on. So if all a Uni can provide is just book, book, my dears your University experience is sorely lacking. You just traded Unilag for Szeged, just on different continents. On my way back, to Budapest, I managed to get on the expensive one (which coincidentally was the next available one), which was a modern train, air conditioned and all, Imagine my shock. If i didn’t get on that train, I would have assumed that’s all they have, and can you blame me. Crappy metro, plus crappy intercity train

    • lolo

      February 3, 2013 at 3:32 am

      abegi, each to their own, no use looking down on pple that go to hungary, there are people from all over the world here, from north america to japan, so take a seat with that unilag comment. people who has careers and former uni experiences, WE live here, we know how it is, spending a few nights here and comparig it to the uk doesnt make any sence. i have schooled in both countries, and i am satisfied with the standard of education i am getting. i am confident i can practice where i want when i finish.

  9. Lady Annie

    January 29, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    Studying in Hungary(Szeged and Dedrecen) is much much better than Ukraine.. Szeged and Debrecen are good universities and are not meant for LAZY people who dont like to read ooo.. I heard a lot of people transfer to other Universities because they cant cope with the pressure studying there. God help my sis I feel sorry for her, currently she is studying Medicine in Hungary(Szeged).

  10. Sylvia

    January 29, 2013 at 10:14 pm

    So before you accuse another person of lying, just because you live there, just cool your heels. Hungary wont give you an EU passport. I’ve read twice that studying in Hungary is only for those who want to read book. Back to my earlier comment, a university goes farther than academia. To compare wanting a part time job to hustling, shows what those Universities are sorely lacking. The full picture. Especially in today’s economy, employers frown upon fresh from school graduates with no work experience. They actually want to see that you have shown some form of responsibility, drive, dedication, you have responded to authority in the work place, you have multi tasked, planned your time well, such that you were able to work and school at the same time. Obviously, its just book book, you guys go through there. Don’t you have a functioning career counselling department at those Universities, you seem to be praising? Or what’s the point of a Uni filling your brain with book, and not preparing you for real life afterwards. Its not the best or the most brilliant in school that gets the best of jobs quicker, I’ll let you know. Hungary like Ukraine, don’t have much to market, so they have tapped into the international students revenue stream that countries like the UK, US, Canada and Australia have been enjoying for decades. Sadly, Hungary doesn’t have much to offer overall, and Nigerians who can’t afford the countries afore mentioned, head there in droves. I have nothing against cut your cloth according to your size. My problem is with the touting of the schools as one of the best in the world. If so, where are their graduates? The UK’s NHS is probably the most saturated healthcare system in the world, and I’m yet to find the hordes of these (one of the best medical schools in the world) Hungarian med school graduates. Considering they are EU citizens, they should be noticeable here, since Hungary is just miles away. I’ve moved quite a lot and changed GP’s I’m yet to meet a wonderfully trained Hungarian doctor. Not even one. I’ve been treated by an Australian, Indian, German, French, not one Hungarian so far. Can’t speak for other people sha.
    A family friend tried to yarn that Kool-aid. I said oya, we have family who are doctors in the US too, please lets ask them where the scores of hungarian medical graduates are. Lets bring it closer to home. Go to Nigeria, with the volume of Nigerians going there to school. Where are these graduates. They should be running things compared to their counterparts who schooled in other countries. At least you say they are that good. I’m an Engineer, and my firm has major projects in the Middle East and Asia, and we have joint projects with other global engineering firms, I’m yet to come across, plenty plenty hungarian names. Since you guys said they have the best engineering schools in the world. To be fair, I’ve come across one or two, compared with the I’ve lost count of American Engineers, Brits, German, Australian, Chinese etc. If you watch engineering documentaries on National Geographic and Discovery, how many Hungarian Engineers have you come across from those shows. So if your education is not recognised or represented much (in terms of your alumni) outside Hungary, so what’s the point again, if you are not competing and coming out on top (since your education is that good) compared with your fellow foreign trained graduates from well known parts of the world. Food for thought.

    • lolo

      February 3, 2013 at 3:41 am

      abegi, each to their own, no use looking down on pple that go to hungary, there are people from all over the world here, from north america to japan, so take a seat with that unilag comment. people who has careers and former uni experiences, WE live here, we know how it is, spending a few nights here and comparig it to the uk doesnt make any sence. i have schooled in both countries, and i am satisfied with the standard of education i am getting. i am confident i can practice where i want when i finish. did u fail in an hungarian uni or sumthing? this matter seems to be paining you. i have met a few hungarian graduates practising in the uk and north america actually. so speak for urself. who first isolated vitamin C and got a nobel price for it? who invented the bubik cube? or the first ballpoint pen called biro? who was igna semmelweis and why is he so famous? need more examples of hungarians. take a seat mehn. shet. that arrongant crap u just spewed abt not being able to afford education in other countries is bullshit, i know people here who paid fifteen thousand pounds each yr in uk for degrees and came here to study medicine afterwards which is still not that cheap either. pple here arent poor u know. its true that the med sch is relatively easier to get into, however its their way of makin money, cos they know its so difficult to stay in and pple end up droppin out after the money has been paid, cos of their annoyingly hard system. kiss my ass o jare

  11. xxx

    February 1, 2013 at 12:27 am

    miss sylvia, your points are duly noted but I do not think a week visit to Hungary gives u the right to say that those studying in hungary are not getting educated all round. I know for sure that the uni gives a mandatory one year off for internship. The fact that the way the educative system works there does not match that in the uk does make it crap. Now i laff at your misinformed comment about people who study not been able to afford a uk or usa education. My dear the fact is that most people who study in hungary have the financial backings to study in the uk or wherever u think is expensive. These students have parents who pay their fees, accommodation fees, living expenses as well as vacations to wherever(most students who study in hungary travel a lot). Truth be told, there is not much going on in deb socially, but the students make it fun for themselves. Also the advert didnt tell you that after studying you are gonna get an eu citizenship so i dont know why u brot that up. Uk that u r busy glorifying has nothing to offer students now as well – all they want is ur money(fees) and then for u to get out of the country. Now lets face facts, the jobs students get in the UK are not professional jobs that add much to ur resume, its mostly menial jobs my dear. Just because you or members of your family have not come in direct contact with a hungarian medical or engineer Nigerian doesnt mean that they do not exist. Just so you know, where you get your degree does not determine if you are bound for greatness or not – so pls hush – its determination and Gods favour that paves the way.

  12. xxx

    February 1, 2013 at 12:28 am

    srry “The fact that the way the educative system works there does not match that in the uk does not make it crappy”

  13. awopeju babatnde

    August 12, 2013 at 1:45 pm

    i want to study public administration at debrecen university..i also want to know the school fees for all the sessions of the school.thanks

  14. Muchanui nde divine

    September 26, 2013 at 7:52 pm

    I wish to study Psychology in the university of debrecen.Feed me with details

  15. olatunji

    November 21, 2013 at 6:20 am

    what time is next admission is out

  16. Hillarious

    December 6, 2013 at 10:01 am

    If you really want to study, you can come to Hungary, though there economy is nothing to write home about, the country in infrastucturally and all round developed. If you want to work please i beg you in the name of what ever you hold sacred, go somewhere else, and make sure that place you would like to work and study is not in eastern europe. Accept this from a matured expericed student in Hungary who has been to all the major countries in europe. If you need real help, talk to a brother from another mother on working and schooling in europe, or strickly study in a good but not expensive universities in Hungary or other parts of europe, hit me up right here [email protected] God bless Nigeria and all his people.

  17. Zeeshan Ahmed

    December 11, 2013 at 7:55 pm

    hi!
    i want admission in Bachelor of Computer Science for Feb 2014 Intake.please tell me what is the closing date for intenational students?
    Regards;

  18. sadamhussian

    April 25, 2014 at 8:18 pm

    when admission will be start give me information

  19. tanko bala

    October 27, 2014 at 10:07 am

    my son got adm. to study civil eng. at debrecen university and the story he was telling me is that of a great university and he is enjoying his school

  20. tanko bala

    October 27, 2014 at 10:09 am

    my son is studying civil eng at debrecen university and he has been telling me stories of a great university and he is enjoying his studies over there

  21. waleed iqbal

    November 4, 2014 at 5:26 pm

    i want to take admission in the debrancen university i electronic

  22. Kiara

    July 27, 2015 at 9:21 pm

    Like about the fees of the school, how much does it cost if you are an international student

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