Zsombor Zrubka health economist and associate professor at Óbuda University was the speaker of the Alumni Hungary Webinar in June. He held an exciting presentation about the role of digitalisation and the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare. We interviewed him about his work, research and the prospects of digital health.
Are you finishing your studies in Hungary or are you a current international student here? Don’t miss the chance to become part of an excellent community, the Alumni Network Hungary and enjoy all the benefits what our professional international community could give to you!
Following two years of research and work, Semmelweis HELP was launched on June 14, 2023. The new app and website – guide parents to the appropriate healthcare action: it helps them decide what to do when their children get sick or suffer an accident and where to go.
Inventor’s Day is celebrated all over the world and provides a platform to showcase innovative ideas, inventions, and technological advancements across various fields. Countries have chosen different days to celebrate their own inventions including Hungarians who celebrate Hungarian inventor’s day on 13th June.
Are you a student from Japan who is interested in studying in Hungary, in the heart of Europe? On 24-25 June you will have the opportunity to meet the delegation of the Hungarian Embassy and the Liszt Institution Hungarian Cultural Center at the European Higher Education Fair 2023 (EHEF 2023) in Tokyo and Kyoto to receive information on study- and scholarship opportunities.
Our Alumni volunteer, a PhD student of the Faculty of Agriculture, Food Science and Environmental Management of the University of Debrecen was elected member of the scientific advisory board of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. The focus of Ayaz Mukarram Shaikh's research is the development of innovative, functional, and sustainable food products.