Összes folyóirat: 38

This peer reviewed journal of Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Enviromental Management of the Debrecen University, Debrecen, Hungary.
The Journal of Agricultural Sciences publishes papers in English.
Professional support is provided by Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Section of Agricultural Sciences.
The Journal is published in yearly volumes of two issues annually.

Thematic scope
All areas of agricultural sciences including crop production, soil tillage, soil conservation, fertility, crop and animal physiology, crop and animal breeding, animal husbandry, experimental biology, molecular biology in agriculture, agronomy, seed production, natural resources, environmental impacts of agriculture, food quality, sustainable and precision agriculture.
Types of published papers
     - original scientific articles
     - review - studies, other short communications
Articles are published in English.
Notice! Our journal was in Hungarian until 2017 with an English summary.

Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis covers all aspects of classical studies (history, literature, linguistics, history of religion, philosophy, archeology). 

Acta geographica Debrecina Landscape & Environment series is a single blind peer-reviewed open access journal, with one issue per year (in December). Our purpose is to publish the new results of landscape and environmental studies.

Applied Studies publishes high quality contributions on topics related to Agribusiness and Commerce and provides managers, researchers and teachers with a forum, where they can publish and acquire research results, case studies and reviews, which are important to the global food chain. The APSTRACT is an Open Access (OA) Journal. Submitted manuscripts should have a relationship to the economics of agriculture, natural resources, environment, or rural development.

Papers should have a practical orientation and demonstrate innovation in analysis, methods, or application. Topic areas include production economics and farm management, agricultural policy, agricultural environmental issues, tourism, regional planning and rural development, methodology, marketing of agricultural and food products, international trade and development, sport management.

Research on a significant economic component, analyses of problems connected to research, extension, and teaching of the International MBA Network in Agribusiness and Commerce are also encouraged.

Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce (APSTRACT): An internationally recognised journal of business and commerce ISSN : 1789-221X, electronic version: ISSN 1789-7874 have been listed on the IDEAS/RePEc.

All of our articles and Issues are available in the following repositories: AgEcon Search and University of Debrecen Electronic ArchiveOur Journal DOI name is: 10.19041/APSTRACT

Our peer-reviewed open-access journal offers a forum for researchers, academics, and professional experts, publishing studies and research reports in the fields of sociology, social policy, political science, economics, ethnography, history and anthropology. Recently, there has been an increasing demand among social scientists to learn about the results from other fields and to discover new research pathways and research methods beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries. Our journal provides a professional and scientific space for Hungarian and international academics engaged in these cutting-edge explorations.


Ibolya Czibere, PhD - University of Debrecen
Hungarian Scientific Bibliography (publications):


Levente László Balogh, PhD - University of Debrecen

Judit Csoba, PhD - University of Debrecen

Hajnalka Fényes, PhD - University of Debrecen

Éva Huszti, PhD - University of Debrecen

Márta Mohácsi, PhD - University of Debrecen

Andrea Rácz, PhD - Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

Flórián Sipos - University of Debrecen



Central European Journal of Educational Research is rooted in the deep regional interest of all levels and types of contemporary problems of education in Hungary, Romania (Transilvania), Slovakia and Ukraine. The journal is engaged in representing the questions, foundings and solutions, arguments and correlations/relationships/ correspondences of formal and informal education in Central and Eastern Europe, following a lifewide and lifelong perspective, keeping high publication standards in all articles.

The Editors are committed to making CEJER an interactive platform to cover experiences, similarities, differences, cooperations, and synergies of the educational activities in our region, albeit the international results and general trends are also our essential scope.

Submissions to the journal should examine and theorize the interrelated experiences of education including any institutional levels, variable topics such as socialization, evaluation, organizational issues, and others. Authors cover different focuses from sport to religion, or from music to science. Education in CEJER is interpreted in a broad sense, open to new areas such as informational technologies in education or parental, relationship and family education.

CEJER expects articles that reveal the local or regional adequate experiences of education and in the same peace link research to the global theoretical trends, going beyond simple descriptions. CEJER prioritize to uncover the background of education: the effects of family background, youth cultures, communities of classes, schools and local cities, organizational conditions or media are all significant scopes of contemporary research.

Competitio is a double-blind, peer-reviewed open access scientific journal graded by the Economic Doctoral Committee of the 9th Class of the Hungarian Academy of Science as a journal belonging to category "C". Papers with novel scientific results from any areas of modern economics and business are welcome. The journal accepts both theoretical and empirical studies. Two issues are jointly published each year in December. Competitio has been published since 2002 by the University of Debrecen. Accepted articles are numbered by international standard identifier (DOI) and published online immediately as "online ready", while the final issue is always printed, as well. Papers written either in Hungarian or in English are suitable for submission.

The journal is a founded by the University of Debrecen, Faculty of Law. The first issue of the journal was published in December 2004. Papers with novel scientific results from any areas of law are welcome. The journal accepts both theoretical and empirical studies, conference reports, and reviews.

A Debreceni Szemle tudományos folyóirat a tudomány minden ágának legújabb eredmé­nyei­vel kívánja megismertetni a legszélesebb értelemben vett tudományos értelmiséget és olvasóközönséget.

A folyóirat támaszkodik a város, a megye és a régió tudományos és értelmiségi potenciáljára, de országosan is csaknem egyedülálló célkitűzésének megfelelően a szóban forgó tudományterületek legjobbjai tollából közöl tanulmányokat.

Tanulmányainak stílusa, nyelvezete olyan kíván lenni, hogy befogadható legyen az adott tudományterületet nem művelő érdeklődő számára is.

Welcome to the home page of Ethnographica et Folkloristica Carpathica.The journal is an international platform devoted to the research and current theory of Ethnology and Folklore. 

Ethnographica et Folkloristica Carpathica has a long tradition as an annual yearbook of the Department of Ethnology at the University of Debrecen; the journal has chosen as its aim to contribute to a better understanding and increased awareness of the ethnography and folklore of peoples living in the Carpathian Basin. Since 1979 the yearbook’s intention was to highlight questions of contact, transmission and borrowing in the region and to invite foreign researchers to an extended communication concerned these topics.

After four decades we have realized that, even if the result was a professionally fruitful collaboration and conversation among international investigators and the volumes shed light on different cultural phenomena, the project needs rejuvenation. This renewal comes together with the transformation of our editorial profile from a yearbook to a journal which, from now on, operates under the auspices of a new and international editorial board and a widespread focus. We no longer place our space within the definite boundaries of the Central European region; the really new feature of the journal is to provide a forum where international contributors can discuss the ethnological, folkloristic, cultural anthropological or traditional folk art topics connected to the entire continent of Europe and beyond.

The profile of the department will remain faithful to its historical purpose and as “natives” we continue our research about the communities and folk cultures of the Carpathian Basin. However, we fully comprehend that none of the European cultural phenomena can be understood without taking into consideration a wider historical-geographical-social-cultural background, that is why we encourage our international colleagues to exchange their knowledge with us and with our audience.

Prof. Dr. Elek Bartha

Head of the Editorial Board

Az állami egyetemi lét 1912-ben kezdődött Debrecenben. Ennek százéves évfordulója közeledtével Centenáriumi Bizottságot hoztunk létre, 2007-től pedig operatív bizottság fogja össze közvetlenül a százéves évfordulóra történő méltó megemlékezés szervezését. Ennek a tevékenységnek a során vált nyilvánvalóvá, hogy bármennyire is vannak igen kiváló történeti munkák, a száz év és a korábbi korszakok tudományos igényű feldolgozásában nagyon sok hézag található. Érvényes ez más hazai vagy európai intézményekre is. Érdemesnek tűnt tehát olyan folyóiratot alapítani, amely teret ad egyetemtörténeti adatok, információk, kutatások eredményei közlésének. Így született meg 2009 végén az alapítói döntés, hogy a Debreceni Egyetem hozza létre a Gerundium Egyetemtörténeti Közlemények folyóiratot.

2012-ben a hallgatói tehetséggondozás céljával alapítottuk a Hallgatói Műhelytanulmányok sorozatot, amely a szárnyaikat bontogató alap-, mester- és doktori képzésben résztvevő, tehetséges történelem szakos hallgatók számára biztosít publikációs lehetőséget (a különböző kötetek szerkesztői Barta Róbert, Forisek Péter, Kerepeszki Róbert, Schrek Katalin, Szendrei Ákos, illetve Hajdúfi Orsolya és Szabó-Zsoldos Gábor voltak).

The Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies seeks to publish the best of Hungarian and international scholarship, and invites articles, interviews, review essays and reviews in English and American Studies (including Canadian, Australian, Irish, South African, and Caribbean topics), on such varied fields as literature, theatre, visual culture, film, music, culture, philosophy, history, religion, and theory. We are open to all theoretical approaches and methodologies provided that these engage with the chosen topic at the required depth and promise to advance its critical elaboration.


The International Journal of Horticultural Science (IJHS) is a peer reviewed scientific journal published by the University of Debrecen, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management, Institute of Horticulture. It was founded in 1994 by Agroinform Ltd. Founding editor in chief: József Nyéki. Publication frequency was 1-4 issues in each year between 1999 and 2019.  From 2020 the Journal publishes 1 issue yearly, in the month of August in each year.
The International Journal of Horticultural Science (IJHS) publishes both research and application oriented papers in the area of fruits, grapes and wine, vegetables, ornamentals, medicinal and aromatic plants, forestry, horticultural biotechnology and environmental management and horticultural economy. The journal is a diamond open access journal, publishing and downloading articles are both free of charge. The IJHS does not charge authors any article processing charges (APCs), submission, or publication fees. Users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full text of these articles. There is no submission charge. 
Each paper is evaluated in a blind, peer review process, with at least two reviewers for a paper. We use Crossref/iThenticate for plagiarism checking and in ethical issues the COPE guidelines are followed. 

Italianistica Debreceniensis is the peer-reviewed journal of the Italian Studies Department of the University of Debrecen.

The journal welcomes original contributions and research in the various fields of Italian studies: literature, linguistics, history, cultural studies, cinema and arts, as well as reviews of volumes published in the last two years in these sectors.

The journal is included in the list of Academic Journals compiled by Anvur for the area 10 and 11 (language, literature; history and social sciences).
The articles published in Italianistica Debreceniensis can be submitted for the procedures of the National Scientific Qualification (ASN) in Italy.

Kitaibelia botanikai-természetvédelmi folyóirat a Pannon Ökorégió (Kárpát-medence) területéről publikál eredeti közleményeket florisztikai, növényföldrajzi, taxonómiai, nevezéktani, társulástani, ökológiai, természetvédelmi botanikai, tudománytörténeti témában.

A macedón kultúra tudományos és népszerűsítő folyóiratát 2018-ban alapította Bartha Elek professzor, és Bólya Anna Mária kutató. A folyóirat publikálási lehetőséget kínál a macedón kultúrával és a magyar-macedón kapcsolatokkal foglalkozó tudományos és ismeretterjsztő írásoknak egyaránt.


online ISSN 2063-2754             nyomtatott ISSN 2063-1987

A Debreceni Egyetem Állam- és Jogtudományi Karának évente kétszer megjelenő, jog- és államtudományi folyóirata. Folyóiratunkat az MTA Állam- és Jogtudományi Bizottsága 2013-ban „A” kategóriába sorolta.

The journal, Párbeszéd (Dialogue), was founded by the Department of Social Work, Faculty of Health, University of Debrecen, in Nyíregyháza, Hungary. The mission of journal is to communicate the values of social work, and provide information about theoretical and practical fields, changes in training, and results of research. The journal is committed to the development of social work by promoting engagement in professional discourse and the use of articles published in this journal by both or the professional audience as swell as anyone having an interest in social work.

The journal intends to be the platform for professional opinions to be expressed in articles as well as research and analyses that focus on areas of importance to the profession. The journal provides an excellent publication opportunity for practitioners, researchers, lecturers and students of social work and related professions to present and share information about social work that serves the needs of science and professional practice. The goal is to contribute to the development of social work.

Katalin Szoboszlai

editor in chief

The Department of Mechatronics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Debrecen launched a new journal in 2014 entitled ’Recent Innovations in Mechatronics (RIiM)’.

The RIiM is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering the topics of mechatronics and related sciences. The single blind peer review system is used to review the submissions, which means that all articles are judged anonymously by expert colleagues, that is why the author does not know the identiy of the reviewer.

The aim of the journal is to publish the latest studies and researches of professors, departments, scientific workshops and industrial partners working in the field of mechatronics. The journal is published online once, at the end of the year. The languages of the articles can be English or Hungarian, but in both cases the English title and the abstract is obligatory.

RIiM is an Open Access journal, so it provides instant access to articles. It offers free publication for authors and does not charge a submission or any other fees. Articles are published under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC 4.0). The authors retain the copyright but give the journal the right of first publication. Users are free to read, download, share (copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format) and adapt (remix, transform and build upon the material) under the following terms:

Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license and indicate if changes were made.
NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes.

The RIiM online journal consists of the following columns:

— Robotics, social robots, etorobotics, Editor: prof. Péter KORONDI DSc
— Control of complex systems, Editor: Péter Tamás SZEMES PhD.
— Mechatronics radar engineering, sensors and actuators, Editor: István BALAJTI PhD.

— Air and road vehicle mechatronics, Editor: Géza HUSI PhD.

— Mechatronics in aviation engineering, Editor: Piroska AILER PhD.

DOI 10.17667

ISSN 2064-9622

Slavica, a mulitilingual periodical issued by the University of Debrecen and its predecessor, has been published since 1961. It comes out annually in the third quarter of every year in three European languages: Russian, English and German. It contains articles and studies in four sections (linguistics, literary studies, cultural studies and scientific reviews), all of which cover the Slavic linguistic and cultural area. The four science sections may occasionally be supplemented by a „Tabula gratulatoria” page or a fifth section entitled „Notable Anniversaries” containing commemorative articles. It is also its aim to connect different generations of scholars who may be geographically distant from each other but are engaged in similar fields of research. Some of the main topics of its profile are the historical study of Slavic languages, trends observable in the development of modern Russian, classic and modern literature of the Slavic nations, research into philosophical aspects of culture. The critical overview, analysis and comparative presentation of outstanding achievements in the areas listed above is considered to be one of its most important tasks.

The printed and online versions of Slavica (Annales Instituti Slavici Universitatis Debreceniensis) are included in the list of periodicals of the1st section of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Linguistics and Literary Studies).

Apart from their appearance in printed form, the issues of Slavica will be made freely available in PDF format on the OSJ 3.0 journal-editing template.

Slavica is published in printed format (ISSN 0583-5356) and online, freely available to all (ISSN 2732-0146). The publisher does not charge the authors a publication fee, and neither does it pay them any royalties. The periodical comes out annually in the third quarter of the year. The deadline for submitting manuscripts is April 1. The published volumes are archived by DEA (Archive of the University of Debrecen) and indexed by MATARKA (Hungarian Periodicals Table of Contents Database).

Különleges Bánásmód [Special Treatment] is an online, interdisciplinary Open Access (OA) journal run by the University of Debrecen, Hungary. The journal was established in 2014 and the Editor in Chief has been Ferenc Mező (Ph.D.), and Katalin Mező (Ph.D.) has been the editor since the establishment of the journal. Every year four issues are published. All papers published in the journal are Open Access and have a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number. The journal has been declared an "A" category journal by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The journal is indexed by DOAJ, CROOSREF, ROAD, MATARKA, EPA, and MTA REAL Repository. The papers are published after a public and blind peer-reviewing procedure. The publication is freely available for download at the website of the journal.

The journal is open to professionals and researchers working with children/young adults/adults who need special treatment. It provides an opportunity for practitioners in the field to share and disseminate their pedagogical, psychological and, social experience, ideas and, research results in connection with groups who need special treatment (Special Educational Needs, talented/gifted children, children with behavioral difficulties).

Különleges Bánásmód [Special Treatment] publishes papers about the following topics:

  1. Education of children and pupils (also the education of children and pupils with learning difficulties)
  2. Modern logopedic and linguistic research, methods, good practice
  3. Special Educational and Psychological Approaches to Family and Parental Roles
  4. Theoretical and Practical Approaches to Talent Development
  5. Opportunities for Skill Development in Preschool and School
  6. Digital tools, digital competencies in Education, and in Special Education
  7. Social Pedagogical Aspects of Special Treatment
  8. Medical Aspects of Special Education
  9. During research (insight into research such as Talent Management Programme, Students’ Scientific Association, Ph.D. research)

Languages of the journal: Hungarian and English

We invite scientific surveys as well as case studies –theoretical and empirical research – on the above-detailed topics in connection with special treatment.

The University of Debrecen has launched an open access journal in the area of sport sciences called Hungarian Journal of Sport Sciences. We are expecting genuine empirical and theoretical studies, in the area of sport sciences, which haven't been published elsewhere.

Our primary purpose is to provide opportunity for domestic and international sport science experts including scientists, instructors, professors, coaches and students  to publish their work. We hope, we will be able to enrich and promote sport science, through demonstrating new scientific findings and good practices around the world.

A Studia Litteraria a Debreceni Egyetem Magyar Irodalom- és Kultúratudományi Intézetének gondozásában jelenik meg immár 1963 óta folyamatosan, az intézetben dolgozók kutatási eredményeit reprezentálva, ugyanakkor a bölcsészkar más intézeteinek, valamint az országos kutatóműhelyek közreműködésére is számítva. A lap az elmúlt időszakban évkönyv formában jelent meg: az egyes tanulmányköteteket minden alkalommal más intézeti tanszék kutatócsoportjának munkatársai állították össze, és egy-egy irodalomtudományi téma, illetve irodalomtörténeti korszak jelenségeinek bemutatására vállalkozott.

2011-től a Studia Litteraria profilja átalakul: az évkönyv folyóirattá avanzsál, amely évente két duplaszámmal jelentkezik. A folyóirat állandó szerkesztőgárdát kapott, és napjaink kulturális, mediális változásait követve elektronikus kiadványként is megjelenik, amely nyílt hozzáféréssel érhető el az interneten. A külsejében is megújult Studia Litteraria az irodalom- és kultúratudományok időszerű kérdéseit szem előtt tartva szorosabb értelemben vett tematikus számok közlésére vállalkozik. Az alkotógárda gerincét továbbra is intézetünk munkatársai adják majd, ám a rugalmasabb megjelenésnek és a kiterjedtebb szerkesztői folyamatnak köszönhetően más kutatóműhelyek képviselőit is szívesen látjuk szerzőink között.

Teaching Mathematics and Computer Science (Teach. Math. Comput. Sci.) is a peer-reviewed open access journal devoted to disseminate new research and theory in the fields of education of Mathematics and Informatics. Teaching Mathematics and Computer Science is published twice a year.

Founded by Judita Cofman in 2003.