ELTE University, Hungary
Is the largest and oldest university in Hungary, founded in 1635, currently having more than 31.000 students enrolled, on all levels of higher education (from BA to PhD and DLA). There is an academic staff of 1800 highly-qualified teachers and researchers. ELTE has 8 faculties (of Arts; of Education and Psychology; of Elementary and Nursery School Teachers Training; of Informatics; of Law and Political Sciences; of Natural Sciences; of Social Sciences; of Special Education).
ELTE is internationally recognized and its programs are accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Board. The diplomas issued by Eötvös Loránd University are acknowledged worldwide, and its course credits are transferable in all countries in the European Union. Over the last hundred years, Eötvös Loránd University has had many world famous scientists and four Nobel Prize laureates among its teachers and alumni.
Department of Cognitive Psychology is focusing on research and teaching on cognitive psychology, with a special emphasis on cognitive development, neurocognitive developmental disorders, and psychophysiology.