Are you interested in studying in Hungary for a shorter period? Are you a student of the Central European region? We introduce you to the CEEPUS mobility programme and the stories of former international participants with an exclusive interview!
Meet Nicholas Kolya Chang, a PhD student at the Faculty of Letters of the Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca who participated in a CEEPUS mobility and visited the University of Szeged and the Eötvös Lóránd University in Budapest!
Emese and Mario met nine years ago, when the Spanish boy spent his Erasmus years in Budapest. Afterwards, Emese also visited Madrid as an Erasmus student to meet the boy, and then they travelled throughout Portugal, New Zealand and Asia together. They learnt the barista trade from international professionals, and finally they launched their own common business, Dorado Café.
Ayaz Mukarram Shaikh, a young professional from India, graduated from the University of Debrecen as a certified food safety engineer. He began his master's course in Hungary in 2016, under the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme. He obtained his BSc in Food Technology from MIT College, India, in 2015. Currently, he is working as an R&D engineer for the Mrida Group, India, but the research he conducts in Hungary ties him to Debrecen.
"I reckon two years of my postgrad as a best part of my educational career where I got a chance to work with a best professor and researcher of my research interest. We are still in contact and working together on projects. Ergo, I believe Hungary is one of the best options to pursue your professional qualification. "
From time to time we ask our members and volunteers to tell about their Hungarian study and everyday experiences and why it is important for them to be an Alumni Hungary member.