Semmelweis University’s cardiology faculty among world’s top 100
The medical university’s best ranking was in the field of cardiac and cardiovascular systems, advancing from last year’s 112th place to 87th place this year, the ministry said.
The medical university was ranked in eight fields, with its results between 87th and 345th place. Its progress in cardiology was mainly boosted by the total number of citations and international collaborations, it said.
The ministry said additional higher education funding of 1,500 billion forints (EUR 4.2bn) as part of the recovery action plan would give fresh impetus to efforts to catch up with the world elite.
Innovation and Technology Minister Laszlo Palkovics reinforced the government’s commitment to ensuring that a number of Hungarian universities secure a stable position among the best in the world by the end of this decade.