May 09, 2018 13:16
Hungary goes to NAFSA's annual event!

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.

NAFSA's annual event gives a unique opportunity for educators to network and share the best practices that lead to better global education. Attendees take advantage of sharing knowledge, gaining advice, and drawing inspiration from the experiences and outlooks of their global colleagues in so many ways.

The theme of the conference this year is "Diverse Voices, Shared Commitment" that aims to listening to different perspectives in education in order to keep the field moving forward. 

In 2018 11 Hungarian partner organizations will participate in the exhibition along with Study in Hungary.

For the list of our participants and all the details of the conference, please go to our main event: http://studyinhungary.hu/event/study-in-hungary-visits-the-usa

Visitors can meet our representatives at booth number 1848! 

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The Embassy of Hungary in Kuala Lumpur had just organized the First Hungarian Higher Education Workshop. This follows the signing of a bilateral agreement between the Governments of Hungary and Malaysia on higher education in February 2018, which extended the global Hungarian scholarship scheme Stipendium Hungaricum to Malaysian students.

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Paula Louw’s story about Szentendre

„As soon as you get off the train, leave the station and start wandering through the cobblestoned streets you can feel Szentendre’s laid-back atmosphere. The streets in the town are filled with brightly coloured buildings, historic churches, sculptures, cafés and interesting shops. One of the most iconic and unique sights of the town center are the large, colourful mismatched lamp shades strewn above the streets.”

One of our Campus Buddy volunteers, Paula Louw from South-Africa has written a wonderful review about this mediterranean-like city, Szentendre, which has many things to offer for travallers. This town has its own unique atmosphere as several folks lived here throughout history.