The roots of higher education in Eger can be traced back to the beginning of the 18th century. Legal instruction started in 1740, while teaching of philosophy was launched in 1756 along with the establishment of the College of Theology in 1700.
Today, Eszterházy Károly University serves its students with a wide variety of educational programmes at four campuses located in four cities of the region. In addition to taking courses in the traditional fields of pedagogy, the natural sciences, the creative arts and the humanities, students are also able to embark on undergraduate and graduate programmes in fields that meet the demands of the marketplace while also allowing for individual success and fulfilment.
The Knowledge Transfer Office of Eszterházy Károly University has been operating as a service unit of the University's Research and Development Centre. The main purpose of the centre is to strengthen the relations between the industrial sector and higher education, and to enhance the efficiency of the knowledge transfer activity of the university.The mission of the unit is to focus on developments concerning real problems and to stimulate innovative activities of the university's researchers and students.
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By adopting the powers delegated by the Rector, the Centre for International Relations is an organization unit controlled by the Vice-Rector for Scientific, Research and International Affairs and the Chancellor. The sharing of control between the Vice-Rector and the Chancellor is stipulated in the Operational Provisions of the Centre for International Relations.
The University maintains state-of-the-art and affordable student hotels in all the four cities of Eger, Gyöngyös, Sárospatak and Jászberény, providing comfortable housing and social life for the students.
The Tittel Pál Library has four campus-libraries (Eger, Gyöngyös, Jászberény and Sárospatak). Their mission is to provide collections and services that support the educational goals of the University.
The National Educational Library and Museum in Budapest is the information centre for educational science, public education and the history of education.
my university is one of the old and beautiful university in Hungary , i really learned a lot from my university and it has really good quality and carring faculty .
Eszterházy károly university is a very good place to study in because it helps me out a lot and still helping me to improve my IT skills, we have teamwork which is well organized, we do projects, I really like it.
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