• World Olympic Day celebrated with street basketball and Olympic champions

    The Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS) and the Hungarian Olympic Committee (HOC) held a joint sporty commemoration of the World Olympic Day on Thursday 23 June at the university campus.

  • Hungarian news portal Index praises Ákos Koller’s research team

    Dr Ákos Koller, Professor Emeritus of the Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS) and his research team are investigating what Covid-19 does to the brains of physically active and inactive people. Hungarian news portal index.hu cites that their research may answer the question whether there is a link between fitness, exercise and the duration or severity of symptoms.

  • Dr Zsolt Radák and his research team win an academic research grant

    The Research Center for Molecular Exercise Science, led by Dr. Zsolt Radák, has successfully submitted a grant application to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) post-Covid 2021-28 Grants Scheme.

  • A key moment in sporting history: HUSS unveils the Wall of Hungarian Sports Stars

    On 6 May, which is the Day of Hungarian Sport, the Wall of Hungarian Sports Stars was inaugurated at the Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS) in a ceremony amidst huge media interest.

  • One day and eleven sports federations: HUSS rector visits Lausanne

    A six-member delegation led by the rector of the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS), dr. Tamás Sterbenz, met with the leaders and representatives of 11 international sports federations in Lausanne that is known as the home of federations on 26 April.

News


New tools to support recruitment and retention of sport volunteers discussed at V4V partner meeting in Helsinki
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
25 July 2022

A solid foundation of research to understand the realities and challenges in sport volunteering will inform new toolkits for sport organisations and volunteers. The 20th and 21st of June 2022 saw the partners in the V4V project gather in Helsinki, Finland, for the 3rd partner meeting and the first to take place face to face.

Meter Matters project starts with the participation of our university
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
18 July 2022

With the participation of the Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS), the kick-off meeting for Erasmus+ project named Meter Matters was organized in Ljubljana. The Faculty of Sport of the University of Ljubljana, the coordinator of the project, along with other partners from Slovenia and Portugal were introduced to the project that will be completed at the end of May 2024.

HUSS sees record high number of participants at the EUG 2022
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
14 July 2022

The list of competitors representing the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS) at the European University Games (EUG) in Lodz has been finalised. It is the first time that a Hungarian higher education institution is going to participate at the EUG with 102 athletes and a total delegation of 126 participants.

The IJF Academy and the Georgian Judo Federation Delegation Visit at our Universtiy
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
12 July 2022

In line with the MoU signed in 2019 by IJF President and the Rector of the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS), David Kevkhishvili, Vice-president of the Georgian Judo Federation, Dr. Lasha Aladoshvili, medical doctor of the Georgian Judo Federation, and Envic Galea, Chair of IJF Academy, Dr. Tibor Kozsla, Head of Institution of IJF Academy, and Dr. Péter Hidas, member of the medical commission of European Judo Union and IJF Academy have visited our University on July 7, 2022.

HUSS representatives at the National Forum for International Coordinators
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
12 July 2022

After a two-year break, the National Forum for International Coordinators of the Tempus Public Foundation was hosted by the University of Pécs between June 29- July 1, 2022

The Indonesian National Olympic Committee Delegation visit at our Universtiy
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
7 July 2022

On 22 June, the Hungarian University of Sports Science hosted some leaders of the Indonesian National Olympic Committee: Vice Secretary-General, Daniel Loy, Jovinus Carolus Legawa, Head of Sport Development and Lilla Horváth, Director of international relations.

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Rector’s message


The University of Physical Education (TE) and its institutional predecessor is one of the oldest higher educational institutions in Europe in the field of body culture, including sports and education. Our University combines its traditions and culture to match the new challenges of a knowledge-based society, while taking into consideration various socio-economic demands.

TE preserves its traditions and permanently develops in harmony with what the given period requires. This is why in its educational strategy, theoretical and practical knowledge complement each other. Furthermore, in order to ensure competitive knowledge for the students in each field of study, the amount of sports training is increasing. While developing its educational content, our institution became aware of the practice-based demands formulated by the representatives of the sport federations and educational institutes, i.e. the future utilizers of knowledge. As a result, the training programs have been harmonized with labor market expectations.

The mission of the University is to train specialists who, as future intellectuals, possess a high level of personal and professional knowledge applicable in the various fields of sports. The University concentrates on developing human resources in sports and on transferring the knowledge and professional skills that play a key role in the healthy physical and spiritual development of Hungarians.

Thus, TE is not only involved in forming the social, economic and cultural image of Hungarian sports, but the lifestyle, quality of life and health-aware attitude of current society as well. Integrated education and research development services, which are built upon each other, created through the BSc, MSc and PhD programs of the University, will guarantee the generation of continuous high-quality knowledge.

The revamped programs will soon be backed by a proper infrastructural background. The future campus of Hungary’s most modern sport university will aim not only at the entire renovation of the educational and service centers on Alkotás utca and the sports facilities on Csörsz utca, but the establishment of new facilities, too.

The technical equipment and the technological and informatics infrastructure supporting the pedagogical and coaching work at our University will satisfy the most up-to-date demands of the age. The quality of the facilities and the opportunities entailed will be suitable for aiding the competitiveness of Hungarian sports and the continuous application of the latest scientific technologies. Thus, the multifunctional education and sport facilities, laboratories and public places of great quality and comfort will secure ideal conditions for the students, and will help them show their talents and abilities. Our priority is to facilitate the process of our students’ obtaining cutting-edge knowledge that they can gain for their own benefit as well as that of the sports society.

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