The first Stipendium Hungaricum Farewell Event took place last week in Budapest on Gönyü boat and graduate students from all over the world were eager to join our developing alumni network and to spread the world about their positive experiences in Hungary.
Over the last years, the number of Erasmus students coming to Hungary has increased strongly. According to stats released by ec.europa.eu, the European Commission’s website, Hungary is the 18th most popular destination country out of a 34-nation field. The statistics of the Tempus Public Foundation and the European Commission to show the direction of this social process.
Hungarian booth attracted crowds at NAFSA kickoff in Denver. The biggest such higher educational fair takes place from 29th of May-3rd of June. The Hungarian representatives held promising talks with possible partners during the first two days, while the attractive Study in Hungary booth was very popular among visitors.