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.
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.
Tempus Public Foundation held a welcome reception for the new Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holder students for the third time since 2016.
The Times Higher Education (THE) makes a listing every year of universities in the world including top institutions and smaller universities. 1258 institutions from 86 countries were included in the ranking this year. THE makes its analysis based on the 5 following factors: teaching, research, citations, industry income and international outlook as core missions and activities of universities and uses 13 indicators to provide balanced comparisons.