June 17, 2024 09:44

How can technology improve the lives of people with disability? Can a person with severe visual loss “see” again with the help of a mobile app? What does the science of bionics deal with and how can it pave the way for a more inclusive society? At the next Alumni Hungary Webinar, Kristóf Iván, associate professor of the Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics (ITK) at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, will present his team’s prize-winning development which assists people with serious visual impairment.  

June 7, 2024 11:47

As work is one of the most crucial parts of our lives, it is important to have a healthy relation to it. However, in our modern, busy society it is not always easy to find a good work-life balance, and many develop deeper mental health problems related to work, such as work addiction. In May, psychologist and researcher of ELTE, Bernadette Kun gave an insight into her research in this important field as the speaker of the Alumni Hungary Webinar. Read our interview with her! 

June 4, 2024 12:55

After you finish your exams, summer can finally start. With the sun up until late and warm air lingering into the evening, several festivals and outdoor activities will be held this month. We encourage you to celebrate football with the Hungarians, pick some lavender at Tihany, and enjoy the nightlife all around the country.

May 27, 2024 15:49
Elderly Dog Therapies, Robotic Surgery, and Exam Nutrition Tips

Explore the academic landscape of Hungary, in the field of health and well-being. Discover how world-class robotic solutions are used in surgery, learn how dogs can helpin behavioural therapy against ageing, and check how you can optimize your performance during the exam period.

May 27, 2024 11:04

Hungary has raised the CEEPUS scholarship rates for the 2024/2025 academic year and re-introduced virtual (blended) mobilities for teachers.

May 21, 2024 10:28

Studying at a university in Hungary offers the opportunity to meet exceptional professors and professionals. In the past months, there have been several notable events, including a visit from Nobel Prize winner Karikó Katalin, an exhibit from a world-renowned art collective, a workshop for alumni, and a researcher specializing in Sub-Saharan African studies.

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