Research activities of the university

The institution  in accordance with its traditions – currently operates mostly applied research. Particular attention is paid to research activities that are multidisciplinary and fall within a scientific field. In addition to these activities, interdisciplinary projects that fall within the periphery of the fields of study at the university, which have a social and economic aspect to them and deal with critical problems, are also integrated into the research work of the university.


As the result of a project, the Research Centre of Vehicle Industry was established. The Research Centre focuses on research fields in the automotive industry, electronics, logistics and transport infrastructure, and cooperates in joint research tasks with companies.


The scientific papers and studies of Széchenyi István University are published in the scientific journals of the university. These journals (Acta Technica Jaurinensis, Hungarian Electronic Journal of Sciences) present the results of the research conducted at the university. This allows the possibility of a quick, refereed electronic publishing forum that is available at both national and international levels and improves the quantity and quality of the publication activities of the university.

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Széchenyi István University continually strives to widen the scope of its international activities. To support this aim, the University founded the Centre of International Programmes (CIP), which under the direction of the Vice-Rector of Educational Affairs, provides a comprehensive framework for the administration of international academic affairs, including collaboration with partner institutions in the form of bi- and multilateral agreements, coordination of mobility programmes, the advertising and promotion of the 24 English-taught academic programmes as well as the major cultural and academic events organised within the University’s international community. CIP’s role naturally also encompasses all aspects of administrational support to the body of international students at the University.