At most Hungarian Universities exam period usually starts in early or mid-December, which means it’s time to start organizing your notes and visit the library for literature. To help you prepare your exam schedule, we have collected the most important dates for some universities. Check it out!
As the world becomes increasingly globalized, it is essential to understand the effects of global current affairs and foreign policy. International Relations is a complex social science related to a number of other fields. At the last Alumni Hungary Webinar in October, Anna Brjezovskaia from Georgia, our alumni volunteer and Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holder, hold a presentation about this highly important field. She is pursuing her MA degree at Eötvös Loránd University in the field of International Relations (IR), with a specialization in security studies. Currently, Anna is an ELTE University International Student Ambassador and Teaching Assistant.
Although most of our foreign students live and study in Budapest, the cities in the countryside also have many things to offer for students. We have listed some of the most significant cities below and what they are famous for.
Do you want to be a member of an exciting global community? Do you want to develop your professional skills or broaden your network? By joining the Alumni Network Hungary, even before your graduation, you can gain access to a unique set of features only available to our members.
"I didn't choose Győr, Győr chose me," says Rebeca Mendoza, who came to Széchenyi István University from Mexico in 2018. The graduate student, who currently lives and works in Budapest, speaks about the motivating power of the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship, the international student community in Győr and the cultural differences between the two countries.