This year two Hungarian scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize by the Royal Swedish Academy: Katalin Karikó for Medicine and Ferenc Krausz for Physics. We congratulate the winners!
There are multiple scholarship opportunities in Hungary varied by different backgrounds and maintainers and give chances to join the communities in the heart of Europe. Read our collection and find the most suitable one for you.
What characterises the latest works, design approaches, and interests of the new designer generation? Read the interview of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) with Ildikó Kele, the head of the Fashion and Textile Design MA programme and founder of KELE Clothing, and Dóra Tomcsányi lecturer of MOME and designer of the TOMCSANYI clothing brand about the upcoming MOME Fashion Show.
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.
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.
Do you want to know more about the CEEPUS exchange program? How do international students experience it? Read the story of Liridon Muqaku, a PhD student who has recently finished mobility at the University of Pécs , and it made him more independent and adaptable which can be valuable in his future academic and professional endeavours.