Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE; Budapest, Hungary) and MSD Pharma Hungary have committed to jointly develop a best-in-industry program designed to provide hand-on experience in conducting health economics and outcomes research (hereinafter referred to as “HEOR”) within the scope of joint research and talent development.
Eduline.hu announced that the latest ARWU list is available. The Academic Ranking of World Universities has included five Hungarian universities among the best 1,000 this year.
Europass is a new way of helping people make their qualifications and competences clearly and easily understood in EU Member States, EFTA/EEA countries and candidate countries.
Founded in 2010, the Global Young Academy (GYA) is an international organization of young researchers with members from six continents. Applications are currently being sought from young, independent scholars who combine the highest level of research excellence with a demonstrated passion for delivering social impact.
The Alumni Hungary experience and journey starts way before graduation. It actually begins when somebody starts her or his studies in a Hungarian higher education institution. We call this whole experience a student-alumni lifecycle.
Every activity you start and run on the portal is embedded in a community focused context, because this is the main goal of the portal: establishing communities that are constantly developing and growing. Groups can be the perfect instruments for this purpose. Let's see how you can create one!
Before the Stipendium Hungaricum Farewell Party, we decided to announce a farewell speech contest among the participants of the event.
Vietnamese students who graduated from the University of Debrecen back in the 1970s have returned to their alma mater to meet their one-time professors and fellow students. The event was organised within the framework of a conference designed to strengthen Hungarian-Vietnamese relations.
EURAXESS is the key to Europe for researchers worldwide. Now the EURAXESS family is growing with the branch of Repuplic of Korea. Search for opportunities right NOW.
When you have time, think back on your entire study abroad experience. The people you met, the places you traveled, the things you did… don’t be afraid to reminisce. Appreciate the fact that you did something very few students get to do, and treasure that experience and the new qualities you possess because of it.