The predecessor of GyÅr Theological College of the Cathedral or Collegiate School, which probably worked from the beginning of the 13th century, first mentioned in the middle of the 14th century. The seminary was founded in 1627, Bishop Nicholas Dallos GyÅr. Jesuits led the institution at this time point. In 1684, 25 thousand forints Rhine Foundation Bishop György Széchenyi in the building of the Diocesan Seminary. It was built in the first two levels of todays "old seminar on" building, today Diocesan Library and Treasury. Bishop Philip Sinzendorff in 1732 expanded the building and leadership entrusted to the Benedictine monks of Pannonhalma management of the institution later Dominicans, Piarists and the Jesuits again equipped. When II Emperor Joseph shut the diocesan seminars and has established a national seminar in Bratislava and GyÅr seminarians studying there continued their studies. Bishop John Simor in 1857 established the Széchenyi square called "Apáturház" in small seminars. The new seminar, which is still going on in education, in 1910, was built by Bishop Nicholas Szechenyi.
In addition to the Theological College of the West Pannon region papnevelés religious education prices also assumes a significant part. Since 1991, the GyÅr Csere János Teacher Training College, and since 1997 the Berzsenyi Dániel Teacher Training College, and religious education fund within the framework of cooperation with these successors training was conducted in GyÅr and Szombathely. Within the framework of the Bologna Process since 2006 catechist, pastoral associates specialized basic training, educational or religious value-for-graduate courses were conducted. from the first half of the 2014-2015 academic year Bologna system while retaining the earlier seasons runway system, they introduced the undivided master teacher training faculties secular students for a period or doubles specialist versions. A detailed history of the College until 1935 Dr. Vince Bedy from the beginning: the book "The GyÅr Diocese papnevelés History" section to read.
The GyÅr Theological College since 1998 has affiliated contract Lateranense Pontifical Lateran University institution. The GyÅr Theological College currently offers four types of training: Catholic theologian and religious educator masters price, Price-religious educator unified, Undivided and catechist, Pastoral staff training. The theology students studying full-time work schedule, prospective trench religion or catechist, pastoral associate students in GyÅr and Szombathely-site locations receive correspondence course. The general objectives of the institute are based on "Sapientia Christiana" (Rome, 1979),