The University Business Academy of Novi Sad signed a cooperation agreement with the University of Szeged on February 13, 2020. The signing took place in the ceremonial hall of the Faculty of Law for Commerce and Judiciary i.e. in its off-campus unit in Subotica. The Dean of the Faculty of Law from Szeged, Prof. Görög Márta Ph.D., was received by the Rector of University Business Academy from Novi Sad, Prof. Marko Carić Ph.D. and the representatives of the Faculty of Law for Commerce and Judiciary in Novi Sad, namely: Prof. Mirko Kulić Ph.D., as Faculty Dean, Ass. Prof. Marijana Mladenov Ph.D., as Vice-Dean for International Cooperation, Prof. Vladimir Medović Ph.D., Ass. Prof. Balint Pastor, and Srđan Cvijanović M.Sc. The signed cooperation agreement is meant to provide a formal framework for cooperation between the two higher education institutions, especially in the areas of student mobility, mobility of academic and administrative staff, joint research activities, exchange of publications and academic materials, and within other areas of common interest to both parties.
The Dean of the Faculty of Law from Szeged, Prof. Görög Márta Ph.D., used the occasion to emphasize how much she believes in creating a sense of community through knowledge and that this cooperation agreement was signed to enable the exchange of students and professors, who will jointly participate in projects and research works. Rector of the University Business Academy from Novi Sad pointed out that one of the main purposes of the said agreement is to provide students of Hungarian nationality with the possibility to attend classes in their native language. During the meeting, the Dean of the Faculty of Law for Commerce and Judiciary in Novi Sad invited representatives of the University of Szeged to participate in the international scientific conference "Legal Days - Prof. Slavko Carić", which will be held on September 25 this year.
Following the conclusion of the agreement, the Dean of the Faculty of Law from Szeged, Prof. Görög Márta, delivered a lecture for the students of the Faculty of Law for Commerce and Judiciary on the directions in the development of civil law in Hungary.