Educatio Exhibition: to great interest, SZE presents its programmes on offer

SZE’s stand attracted a large number of young people to the Educatio International Education Exhibition held at Hungexpo in Budapest. The interested visitors could get first-hand information about subjects and programmes, the accommodation possibilities in The Halls of Residence and student life. Applicants to Széchenyi can choose not only from quality academic programmes in Győr, but also from Agriculture and Food Technology programmes in Mosonmagyaróvár, and can also take advantage of the unique opportunities offered by the ZalaZONE automotive test track. Anyone who missed out was welcome to visit the Széchenyi University Open Day in Győr on 17 January.

The Educatio International Education Exhibition, held from 12 to 14 January, is the largest education exhibition in the country and Széchenyi István University is represented at the event. Visitors can find out more about the 88 degree programmes, dual and vocational training programmes offered by the institution's nine faculties in eleven disciplines (law, economics, social sciences, engineering, agriculture, humanities, information technology, pedagogy, health sciences, the arts and sport sciences).

The young people were also able to learn about the experiences of the University's students. (Photo: Csaba József Májer)

They could also learn about student life, sports facilities, services in the Halls of Residence, scholarship opportunities, academic programmes in Győr, Mosonmagyaróvár and Budapest, as well as about the University's dynamically developing Zalaegerszeg Innovation and Training Centre.


Márton Pék, President of the Student Union(Photo by Csaba József Májer)

"Széchenyi István University's event is organised by the University Service Centre and Halls of Residence, with about 30 people from the Student Union assisting. We can have good conversations with the students who come here, as students who are close to them in age share their experiences of the University and can answer questions," said Márton Pék, President of the University’s Student Union.

Many people were interested in the programmes at Széchenyi István University (Photo: Csaba József Májer)

On the very first day of the event, the visitors queued up at the stand and took turns to listen to the information with great interest, and many of them indicated that Széchenyi István University was in their sights for further studies. "I came to the exhibition last year, and I was already impressed by what the institution had to offer and the university life in Győr. Now that I am a senior and further studies have become topical for me, I came again, and the conversations at the stand only confirmed my decision to choose Széchenyi as my first choice", said Ráhel Gréta Kovács from Pécs in response to our question. She added that she was mainly interested in the degree programme in Economics and Management, and tried to gather as much information as possible.

Gréta Ráhel Kovács from Pécs travelled to the Educatio exhibition specifically because of Széchenyi University.

Barbara Mágocsi from Pápa arrived with similar determination, as Széchenyi István University is the most attractive higher education institution for her. "I came here specifically because of Széchenyi – I have no other plans for further studies. I would like to study community organisation, and my intention was only confirmed by what I saw at the exhibition. It was nice to talk to a student who could give me useful insider information about everyday life at the University," said the high school student. She said she liked Győr and the modernity and community of the University, which her friends had nothing but good things to say about.


Barbara Mágocsi from Pápa (right) also voted for Széchenyi István University (Photo: Csaba József Májer)

Noé Bereczky, also from Pápa, is interested in technical studies. "I'm collecting information on several subjects, as I'm interested in Automotive Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering, but I'm also trying to learn about as many programmes as possible. I would like to choose Győr because I have very good impressions of Széchenyi University," he said.

Noé Bereczky (right), also from Pápa, is interested in technical studies (Photo: Csaba József Májer) 

It is indeed worth studying the institution's academic offer in detail, as all nine faculties offer valuable degrees. It is remarkable that more than half of the graduates have a job by the time they graduate and 95 per cent are in employment within six months of graduating. Graduates' feedback also shows that Széchenyi is a good place to study, with more than 80 per cent saying they would study for a degree there again.

The Széchenyi University stand at Educatio was the venue for lively discussions (Photo: Csaba József Májer)

The admissions brochure of Széchenyi István University contains further useful information about the institution, which can be downloaded here. It is also worth visiting here:

H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1. 


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