Other partners

Óbuda University can rightly be proud of the international network it has built through the implementation of scientific, research, higher education and joint projects. The University’s management places great emphasis on developing and sustaining internationalization, the visible results of which include agreements with a number of foreign universities and research institutes, active involvement in an international academic life, and multifaceted educational and research collaboration worldwide.

Óbuda University places a high level of importance on Hungarian scientific and professional relations across the border and in the diaspora. The University makes investments and builds close partnerships in the countries of the Carpathian Basin, as well as with Hungarians in the diaspora, through which we can transmit knowledge accumulated in the Institution among various market participants. We have active cooperation agreements with Hungarian higher education institutions in the crossborder region (János Selye University, Ferenc Rákóczi II Transcarpathian Hungarian College of Higher Education, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Partium Christian University, Subotica Tech) and we have good relations with prestigious Hungarian born researchers, Hungarian embassies and a number of cross-border business associations. One of our special events is the 30th anniversary of the Kandó Kálmán Summer School 2019, which is important not only for the transmission of professional values but also for the knowledge development of Hungarian-speaking students across the border. The off-site, external education programs in Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania (light industry) and Subotica, Serbia (mechatronics) are also an effort to link Hungarians living abroad with those in the country. The main goal is to connect Hungarian technical higher education institutions operating in the Carpathian Basin and create joint projects and partnerships thus serving the creation of the common educational space in the Carpathian Basin.

Updated: 01.04.2022.