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Semmelweis Orvostudományi Egyetem

LC control no.n 50053630
Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingSemmelweis Orvostudományi Egyetem
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Variant(s)Hungary. Semmelweis Orvostudományi Egyetem
Budapeshtskiĭ medit︠s︡inskiĭ universitet im. Sommelʹveĭsa
Semmelweis Medical University
Semmelweis University of Medicine
See alsoPredecessor: Budapesti Orvostudományi Egyetem
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Successor: Semmelweis Egyetem
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Beginning date1969-11-07
Ending date2000-01-01
Associated countryHungary
LocatedBudapest (Hungary)
Found inAdenovirus, kletka, organizm, 1988: t.p. (Budapeshtskiĭ medit︠s︡inskiĭ universitet im. Sommelʹveĭsa)
Calendar, 1999/2000: cover (Semmelweis University of Medicine)
Lombos, L. The Semmelweis University of Medicine, 1978: p. 9 (name changed in 1969 from Budapest University Medical School to Semmelweis University of Medicine)
SOTE fiatal oktatók tudományos fóruma, 1988: cover (SOTE)
25 years in gerontology, 1990: t.p. (Semmelweis Medical University)
Semmelweis University website, viewed February 3, 2021: English version (Semmelweis University, Medicine and Health Sciences, in banner; Faculties: Faculty of Medicine, founded in 1769, oldest and largest faculty; its M.D. degree programme is available in Hungarian, English and German; also András Petö Faculty (conductive education) and Faculties of Dentistry, Health and Public Administration, Health Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Károly Rácz School of Ph.D. Studies) German version (Semmelweis Universität) Hungarian version (Semmelweis Egyetem, Kutató - Elitegyetem)
Wikipedia, February 3, 2021 (Semmelweis University (Hungarian: Semmelweis Egyetem); research-led medical school in Budapest; six faculties and doctoral school; in addition to teaching, it is the largest provider of health care services in Hungary; founded in 1769 as a medical faculty at the University of Nagyszombat (Trnava) by Empress Maria Theresa in a charter, 17 July 1769; the Medical Faculty opened in November 1770; the entire university soon moved to Buda and then Pest (1784); in 1921 the university was renamed Pázmány Péter University, and the next year medical training increased from five to six years; in 1950 the name was changed to Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE); based on the Russian model, the medical faculties were split off from parent universities in 1951 and turned into independent specialized institutions, the newly renamed Eötvös Loránd University Medical Faculty becoming the Budapest University of Medicine (BOTE); on 7 November 1969 (bicentennial of the founding of the Medical Faculty at the University of Nagyszombat), the Budapest University of Medicine was renamed Semmelweis University of Medicine, taking the name of its most famous professor, Ignác Semmelweis; German-language classes were launched in 1983 and English-language in 1989, greatly increasing the number of international students; on 1 January 2000, Semmelweis University of Medicine (SOTE) merged with the Imre Haynal University of Health Sciences (HIETE) and the University of Physical Education (TF) and was renamed Semmelweis University)
OCLC #909421697, Semmelweis Egyetem tanévkönyv : 2000/2001, 2000
OCLC #895872598 (et cetera), Welcome to Semmelweis University, 2001
Associated languagehun eng ger