2017. July 26., Wednesday

NÉMET-SZERB EGYÜTTMŰKÖDÉS

The University of Novi-Sad joins the successful cooperation of SZTE and the University of Potsdam

From now on, Serbian students can also participate in the shared LL.M programme of the University of Potsdam and the University of Szeged; these three institutions can also apply for EU funding – said Attila Badó, leader of the LL.M programme of SZTE and the Comparative Legal Institution of SZTE.

Florian Schweigert, Vice Rector for Foreign Affairs of the University of Potsdam and Dušan Nikolić, Rector of the University of Novi Sad entered into agreement with the Rector of SZTE, Gábor Szabó and the Chancellor, Judit Fendler on behalf of the University of Szeged. László Palkovics, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Human Capacities was also present. Further enlargement of the trilateral cooperation also emerged during the official signing ceremony on July 4th, 2017. Therefore future negotiations will be conducted concerning the enlargement of the present agreement with the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Science and Informatics.

 

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The University of Potsdam has been cooperating with the University of Szeged since 2008, launching a German legal expert specialized translator programme – the University of Novi Sad joined this collaboration. The programme is commonly accepted in Hungary and Germany. The graduates have broader employment opportunities in domestic and foreign labour markets by obtaining such a degree.

 

From now on, Serbian students can also participate in the shared LL.M programme of the University of Potsdam and the University of Szeged. These three institutions can also apply for EU funding – said Attila Badó, leader of the LL.M programme of SZTE and the Comparative Legal Institution of SZTE.


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