Ayaz Shaikh, our alumni member from India, is turning into a successful start-up establisher in cooperation with the Hungarian company FreeFrom Hungary Ltd.
Hungary is known for the plethora of smart and beautiful people who were born here, having those award-wining Hungarian genes. One might wonder: what makes this little country a goldmine of talent? Find out in the list below!
The business journal Heti Világgazdaság lists at the end of each year the best Hungarian universities for the coming year. This year, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), the University of Szeged and the University of Debrecen are among the top, as Eduline reports.
The Alumni Hungary Network is in close cooperation with the Hungarian higher education institutions (HEI). The aim of the cooperation with the alumni offices of the HEIs is to support their international alumni activities, by providing them with trainings, inviting internationally acknowledged lecturers and reviewing case studies according to their needs. This November was a very productive month for Alumni Hungary Network on this field.
Joint protocol on education and science to strenghten the international ties between Kazakhstan and Hungary.
Call for scholarship application of the Ministry of Foreing Affairs and Trade for the Hungarian Language and Cultural Studies Programme in the academic year of 2019
Currently, there are about 741 Jordanian students enrolled in Hungarian universities through Hungarian scholarships. And it looks like it will stay so also in the future.
Eight outstanding and internationally recognised professors were given Semmelweis University’s Doctor Honoris Causa award. The ceremony, which has been the 44th held in Semmelweis Salon since 1967, was opened by Dr. Béla Merkely, Rector.
Budapest has many things to offer small and medium-sized businesses. Great infrastructure, an extensive public transport network, and many government incentives are just a few examples of why many businesses, including startups, choose Budapest for their headquarters.
Earlier this year, three cities have been shortlisted to become the 2023 European Capital of Culture: the eastern Hungarian Debrecen, the country’s second-largest city, which served twice as the nation’s capital; the beautifully renovated baroque city, Győr, in northwest Hungary; and one of the oldest urban areas, the ‘City of Queens’, Veszprém.