It is founded on the traditions of Reformed education, yet the university is open to professional innovation. The nearly 8000 students can conduct their studies at four faculties which are the following: Faculty of Law, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Theology and Faculty of Teacher Training.
The two main research fields of the Faculty of Law are the following:
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4 Student Residence Halls providing almost 500 places for the students of the university
Besides Budapest and Nagykőrös where the two main campuses are located, Károli Gáspár University provides courses in neighbouring countries: in Targu Mures/Marosvásárhely and Ilieni/Ilyefalva (both in Romania), as well as in Berehove/Beregszász (Ukraine) and in Levice/Léva (Slovakia) in cooperation with local higher education institutions.
The students of the University can take part in a wide range of amateur sport teams in futsal, basketball, handball, volleyball or water polo. These teams play in amateur championships organised among other universities and colleges. The opportunity to join is open for everyone, even for absolute beginners. Apart from sport activities students have the opportunity to learn traditional Hungarian folk dance as well.
The Student Union organises and offers a wide range of cultural and professional programmes for the students. The Student Union encourages everyone to meet their professors and school mates outside the university as well, to make new friendships and establish new contacts.
My school is a really cozy, friendly environment. The whole atmosphere is really nice. It’s a small school compare to the other’s in Budapest but that is exactly what I like about it. Here you are not just a code that teacher’s see in the system, they know your name and remember you. You totally feel like you are part of the community.
When I applied for an Erasmus, I didn't imagine the experience to be as amazing as it was. The University was great, with a lot of facilities for the exchange students and with a lot of practical classes, which was surprising coming from a very theoretical Uneversity in Spain. The only thing I didn't like about the Karoli University, is that the Psychology School is very...
I would recommend this university