The application deadline of the Students at Risk Programme is extended until 31 July 2022 for Ukrainian citizens.
Széchenyi István University has joined Huawei Technologies global university cooperation programme. The SEEDs scholarship programme, worth tens of millions of forints, aims to support talent development, and student research on the industrial applications of 5G, and can also be used for student projects that include the development of test applications.
A new, English-language elective course named Sustainability in Healthcare has been launched by the Health Services Management Training Centre (EMK) of Semmelweis University. The course is unique not only at university level, but also nationally since there has been no such among medical school courses.
Michael Schedl, Secretary General of the programme, and his assistant Marlene Grubeck-Grabner arrived in Hungary on 3 May 2022 for a two-day study visit.
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"I didn't choose Győr, Győr chose me," says Rebeca Mendoza, who came to Széchenyi István University from Mexico in 2018. The graduate student, who currently lives and works in Budapest, speaks about the motivating power of the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship, the international student community in Győr and the cultural differences between the two countries.