Society and culture

Veszprém is going to be European Capital of Culture 2023

It is Veszprém’s bid for European Capital of Culture that is backed by the project’s independent, international experts’ board, the decision was announced on Friday in Budapest. Veszprém mayor Gyula Porga and the team of Veszprém-Balaton 2023 wish to thank all who have helped in the preparation process over the past three years.

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Rashid and the Hungarian language

There was an old lady who would continuously look at me every time I was moving out of the flat. For some reason, we always met either when one of us was going in or out of the flat. I had just enrolled into Hungarian classes and the few Hungarian words I had mastered couldn’t make up a whole conversation.

Debrecen, Győr, Veszprém in Finals for European Capital of Culture 2023

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.

An international community where ideas gets real

Study in Hungary ambassadors or as we call them: Campus Buddies

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 End Has a New Beginning

Graduation speech written by Mangesh Nakade from India

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.

Miranda Liu Hungary’s youngest concertmaster

Miranda Liu is a real prodigy. The young violinist started her Hungarian studies in 2013 at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in the frame of an Erasmus Scholarship. She also earned her BA and MA degree here. She became the youngest person in the history of the prestigious institution to be admitted into their Doctoral School.