During a three-day event, scholarship holders, partners and Hungarian higher education institutions participating in the Stipendium Hungaricum programme met in Budapest at the end of November. The event, organised by the Tempus Public Foundation and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, marked the 10th anniversary of Stipendium Hungaricum and provided an opportunity for participants to look back on the most important milestones and achievements of the past decade.
Between 24 and 31 October, the Study in Hungary team, and the representatives of five Hungarian universities visited Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires to promote Hungarian study- and scholarship opportunities through higher-educational forums, study fairs and alumni meetings. It was a great mission with many memorable moments.
The official language of Hungary is complex and unique, it is among the 24 official languages of the European Union. Despite the country’s location in central Europe, its dialect is nothing like those spoken in its neighbouring nations. It is a member of the Finno-Ugric language family and, it has been influenced by the languages of many nations throughout history, none of the neighbouring languages of Central Europe actually resembles Hungarian. Let’s check what makes the Hungarian language so special!
On 20 June we celebrated the graduation of the Stipendium Hungaricum and the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship Programme holders at a prestigious farewell event at the Hotel Danubia in Budapest. More than 100 guests attended the ceremony including our alumni volunteers who greeted new graduates and introduced the benefits of the Alumni Network Hungary.
Between 19 and 22 June the Study in Hungary Team and the representatives of five Hungarian higher education institutions visited Seoul to take part in an extensive number of events. The delegation, among others, visited an education fair, professional and networking conferences and held a pioneer alumni meeting.
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.