After his bachelors made in Turkey, Yahya Kara graduated at BME as an MSc mechanical engineer. He pursued his studies on PhD level, at the Department of Polymer Technology. Interview about education quality, Budapest life, and his experiences as an international student.
At 10 am CET on Thursday, 12 November 2020 Alumni Hungary will continue the Alumni Hungary Webinar Series in which world-famous Hungarian scientists, artists and professionals give inspiring presentations about their latest research and innovations.
University years are really great times! You gain new friends, broaden your knowledge and you still have a safe environment to try out your interests. These times are also crucial in terms of your career path, therefore it is worth starting to plan ahead during your studies. By joining Alumni Network Hungary you will be part of an international network that will help you to make the most out of your Hungarian studies and to prepare your future aims early enough. Let’s see what the benefits are!
Once you got admitted to a university you will learn countless new expressions and terms that are indispensable for everyday life at a university but they are different from country to country. Hungarian universities are not exceptions so let’s find out what are the most important university expressions in Hungarian!
Online classes have been the part of the academic studies for many years, but today its importance is growing even more. Here we collected some useful tips which may help you make your online learning the most effective.
In Hungary, the unified education system called Neptun is an essential tool for every student, professor and administrator to manage most of their academic and administrative tasks during the study period at their university. Logging in to Neptun for the first time might prove overwhelming so we created a brief summary of the most important features for you.