The concept of ecosystem services, also researched at Corvinus, helps to assess the social and economic role of biodiversity.
Are you a student at the University of Auckland interested in studying in Hungary, in the heart of Europe? On the 1st of August, you will have the opportunity to meet the delegation of the Hungarian Embassy at the 360 International Expo to receive information on Hungarian study- and scholarship opportunities.
Living and studying in foreign countries can be a challenging time. However, stepping out of your comfort zone can grow you professionally and personally too. As a university student, you have plenty of opportunities to discover your study field in different countries. If you live in Central or South-East Europe, CEEPUS mobility programme is perfect for you. Here’s why.
On 20 June we celebrated the graduation of the Stipendium Hungaricum and the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship Programme holders at a prestigious farewell event at the Hotel Danubia in Budapest. More than 100 guests attended the ceremony including our alumni volunteers who greeted new graduates and introduced the benefits of the Alumni Network Hungary.
Between 19 and 22 June the Study in Hungary Team and the representatives of five Hungarian higher education institutions visited Seoul to take part in an extensive number of events. The delegation, among others, visited an education fair, professional and networking conferences and held a pioneer alumni meeting.
Tihany is clearly one of the most exciting places in the Balaton Highlands region. In addition to being extremely rich in historical attractions, one of the most beautiful panoramas of the Hungarian Sea opens from the Benedictine Abbey, located on the hilltop. Visit Tihany and immerse yourself in the beauties of Lake Balaton!