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.
The delegation of the Study in Hungary Unit is travelling to Myanmar and Malaysia to join in exhibitions organized for students from the aforementioned two countries. Students will meet us in Myanmar on 13 December and in Malaysia between 15-16 December.
We are proud to announce that Tempus Public Foundation together with the representatives of Hungarian HEIs attended at the CBIE Annual Conference that took place in Ottawa between 18 -21 November 2018.
We are pleased to announce that the new Call for Applications for studies starting from Academic Year 2019/2020 is available and the application system is open!