Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management


  • by offering diverse educational programs, the faculty trains graduates for the highest level organizational and administrative tasks of the agricultural sector

  • with its scientific activity, FAFEM contributes to the sustainable utilization of regional values and resources

  • since the introduction of the Bologna system, there are 5 levels of education offered: post-secondary vocational training, Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. degree courses, and specialized postgraduate courses

  • the Faculty trains experts at the BSc, MSc and PhD levels in numerous fields of agricultural sciences such as: classical fields (animal husbandry, crop production, horticulture), environmental management, food processing, game management, nature conservation and crop protection

  • in 2008, the quality management and environmental management systems of the Faculty were certified according to the MSZ EN ISO 9001:2001 and MSZ EN ISO 14001:2005 standards, respectively, which is considered quite unique in the country.


  • the research activities of the Faculty are organized around the 3 accredited doctoral schools

  • the classic agricultural research fields continue to play a role, but areas such as environmental management, nature conservation, food quality assurance, biotechnology, as well as technological and interdisciplinary areas have recently come to the fore as well

  • with its successful domestic and international research projects, the Faculty contributes to rural and environmental development, as well as the development of multifunctional agriculture in the Trans-Tisza region


General Contact information

Address: 4032 Debrecen, Böszörményi út 138.
Phone/fax: 508-444, 486-292 (Dean’s Office)
Dean: Dr. László Stündl
Vices Deans:
Educational affairs: Dr. Péter Sipos, Associate Professor
Scientific affairs: Dr. Béla Kovács,Professor

Student Academic Information
Registrar’s Office:
Address: 4032 Debrecen, Böszörményi út 138.
Phone: +36 52 508-444 /88239  (students of MÉK)
fax: 508-317
Business hours: weekdays: 7.30 – 12.00 Tuesdays and afternoons: closed