Are you a student from South Korea who is interested in studying in Hungary, in the heart of Europe? On 20 June you will have the opportunity to meet the delegation of Study in Hungary in Seoul and receive first-hand information on scholarship programmes.
On 19 April, network biologist Ferenc Jordán held a great presentation for the audience of the Alumni Hungary Webinar Series on the challenges of marine sustainability. We asked him a few questions on the importance of marine ecosystems and our role in supporting sustainable actions and thinking. Read the interview and if you want to watch the webinar, register as a member of the Alumni Network Hungary.
We have a great and enthusiastic international alumni volunteer team of 22 people from 18 countries. Most of them decided to create an alumni chapter in their home country or make international professional alumni groups and some of them did great social media work. In the next chapter of our volunteer series, you can read Craig Johnson’s story from South Africa! He studied international relations at Budapest Business School between 2017-2020 and now he is the Head of Incubation at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design.
The presenter of this year’s last alumni webinar was Gergely Fazekas, who is a musicologist and an associate professor at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music. He held a fantastic and deeply engaging presentation, where participants could learn a lot about the traditions as well as the current trends of Hungarian music from the early Middle Ages to the contemporaries, including world-famous composers such as Béla Bartók, Zoltán Kodály, György Ligeti or György Kurtág. We asked him about his motivation for being a musicologist and a teacher as well as about the peculiarities of Hungarian music.
Every year we welcome the new Stipendium Hungaricum students coming from all around the world and this year was no exception.