UNESCO’s intergovernmental committee for the world’s cultural heritage has included Hungarian composer, researcher and music teacher Zoltán Kodály’s method for the preservation of folk music in the list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, Hungary’s human resources minister told MTI on Friday.
ELTE is now offering two types of summer university programs for students throughout the country who wish to spend their summer in a multicultural environment and are eager to broaden their knowledge in different fields such as culture, social sciences or Hungarian language.
Hungarian representatives are travelling soon to Japan to take part in the European Higher Education fair between 19 – 20 May! During the two days of the fair Japanese and foreign participants will have the chance to build networks and develop their relations.
Study in Hungary is going to the NAFSA annual conference which will take place in the USA, Philadelphia between 27 May and 1 June. This conference is organized for educators all over the world and seeks to facilitate cooperation between education institutions to work together on practicies and policies.