Kaposvár University is one of the largest universities in the Southern Transdanubian region of Hungary. Its establishment made Kaposvár the ninth university town in the country. Kaposvár University was founded by the Hungarian Parliament on 1st January 2000 when operating faculties and colleges were integrated in Kaposvár.
Kaposvár University aims to establish comprehensive working relations (professional practices, research projects, conferences, etc.) with, amongst others, contributors of the business world, companies in the agricultural sector, institutions of education and culture, and art and communication seminars.
The Directorate of International Research Projects and Relations arranges the rector’s and the university’s contacts with higher educational institutions, research institutes, and other organizations. It helps the rector and vice-rectors in improving international educational, scientific, and professional contacts. It represents the university in university associations and vocational forums in the fields of international education, research.
Kaposvár University aims to establish comprehensive working relations (professional practices, research projects, conferences, etc.) with, amongst others, contributors of the business world, companies in the agricultural sector, institutions of education and culture, and art and communication seminars.The University offers the students a vibrant, animated, active, and modern campus to enjoy their academic years.
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The international relations at Kaposvár University are managed by two offices.
Students of Kaposvár University are accommodated in one of its three student hostels.
The University Library of Kaposvár University was founded in 2000. It is located in the middle of the university campus, on a total surface of 1700 m2, with its two large readings rooms, free WiFi, 150 patron seats and some technology services (computer use, photocopying, printing) available for the library members.
Rooms are equipped with cable TV and Internet hookup for each student.
All of the rooms in the New Student Hostel (Új Kollégium) - completed in September 2005 and having a capacity of 350 - are double rooms with an en-suite shower and lavatory. Rooms are equipped with cable TV and Internet hookup for each student. The student hostel caters to the students’ needs with a food store and snack bar, a computer laboratory, a gym with sauna and a laundry room, in addition to a kitchen on each floor. All of these facilities are available free of charge to the residents of the hostel.
The degree is not challenging and offers much free time which could be used both on leisure activities and self-development (I chose the latter).