The Embassy of Hungary in Kuala Lumpur had just organized the First Hungarian Higher Education Workshop. This follows the signing of a bilateral agreement between the Governments of Hungary and Malaysia on higher education in February 2018, which extended the global Hungarian scholarship scheme Stipendium Hungaricum to Malaysian students.
Bilawal Hussain came to Hungary from Pakistan to start his master studies and he graduted only a few weeks ago. Before starting a new chapter in his life he shared some of his thoughts and memories reflecting on the past years he spent in Hungary.
“A forever memory to be held and narrated in the future; these years have been eye-opening and life-changing for many of us, it's fascinating how people from every part of the globe could gather, study, and live together in the same community and actually love each other despite the differences.” says Majd from Jordan, who just obtained her degree from Eszterházy Károly University, Gyöngyös campus.
On the farewell event organized by Tempus Public Foundation for Stipendium Hungaricum students who are about to leave the country, Majd was talking about her experiences gained in Hungary, having hard times in a different culture and making lifelong friendships.