A student opened fire at a university in the southern Hungarian city of Pecs Thursday, killing one student and wounding three other people, a university spokesman said.
Zoltan Gyorffy, press chief of Pecs University, told Reuters the shooting happened at the biophysics research institute and the attacker was a pharmacology student.
He said the student opened fire and killed another student. Another student, a teacher and a cleaner were seriously hurt.
"Both the attacker and the victim were Hungarians," Gyorffy said.
Ambulance spokesman Pal Gyorfi confirmed that one person died in the attack and said three more were severely injured.
National news agency MTI said the police had caught the 23-year-old attacker, whose motives were unknown.
Police declined to comment and said they would hold a news conference.