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
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.
The Coalition, which the University of Szeged is also a member of, was created to bring Hungary to the forefront of Europe, becoming an important member of the International Artificial Intelligence Community. Minister for Innovation and Technology László Palkovics emphasized that the foundation was based on Hungary's response to the challenges created by artificial intelligence, creating a platform for the cooperation of organizations working in this field.
The parties have signed the contracts that support the establishment of a BMW facility in Debrecen at UD. In connection with the development, the Faculty of Engineering at UD will launch new academic programmes.
'I have more opportunities here than I had at home. Being in the center of Europe helps me stay connected with all that happens in my field of interest in this area', told me Muhammad Nur Ali Akbar. Muhammad is currently an MSc Petroleum Geoengineering student at the University of Miskolc and the president of the Indonesian chapter of Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts. Recently, he returned from an international conference in Poland, where he has been awarded for the best oral presentation.
The University of Szeged Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and the University of Warsaw Faculty of Management signed a cooperation agreement on 4 October concerning the launch of a new double degree programme.
Help us to build the Alumni Hungary community through these instant ideas, suggested by other international alumni members.
More opportunities are needed for establishing international cooperations to flourish innovation and research. The first International Alumni Workshop was organised in Budapest between 3-5 October for a not smaller purpose than motivate these actions in the field of healthcare and innovation. After the workshop we are very confident that this will be a “To be continued …” story in the future.
The new academic year will start within a few days, but it worth looking back to the summer and its great graduation events at Semmelweis University, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, Eötvös Loránd University and University of Miskolc.
National University of Public Service has the first ever PhD graduate among all participating Hungarian universities from the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme since its launch in 2014.