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  1. The Franz Joseph University was an important center of science and education in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. It was probably best known for its leading role in mathematics, earning the name "Göttingen of the Monarchy".

    • 1872–1945
    • Royal Hungarian University of Kolozsvár, Magyar Királyi Kolozsvári Tudományegyetem
  2. Following the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the institution moved to Szeged in 1921 as Franz Joseph University and shortly afterwards its most notable academic, Albert Szent-Györgyi, started work. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 1937, for identifying vitamin C and extracting it from paprika.

    • Dugonics square 13, H-6720 Szeged, Hungary
  3. By decree of the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph, dated March 31, 1875, the University of Chernivtsi was founded, including the Greek-Orthodox theological faculty – the only Orthodox faculty in the Austrian Empire.

  4. Magyar Királyi Ferenc József Tudományegyetem (Royal Hungarian Franz Joseph University) is established in Cluj and operates there until 1921 when it is relocated to Szeged. 1921

  5. Franz Joseph founded in 1872 the Franz Joseph University (Hungarian: Ferenc József Tudományegyetem, Romanian: Universitatea Francisc Iosif) in the city of Cluj-Napoca (at that time a part of Austria-Hungary under the name of Kolozsvár).

  6. The Franz Joseph University was an important center of science and education in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. It was probably best known for its leading role in mathematics, earning the name "Göttingen of the Monarchy".

  7. The University in Cluj, which had been named the Franz Joseph University since 1881, became a Romanian institution and was officially opened as such by King Ferdinand on 1 February 1920. (The Hungarian university in Cluj moved first to Budapest, then to Szeged.)