May 10, 2018 08:50
Meet Hungarian universities in Tokyo and Osaka!
European Higher Education Fair 2018

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.

Japanese students will have a great opportunity to meet some of the representatives of Hungarian higher education institutions in Tokyo on 19th and in Osaka on 20th May. The fair will start on 19th at 11.00  am and will last until 18.00 pm on 20th

High school / university students as well as researchers and professionals are all welcome to participate in the event if they are interested in doing their studies in the heart of Europe. Visiting students can gather all the necessary information about available study programmes and scholarship opportunities including Stipendium Hungaricum program.

Entry is possible without pre-registration and entrance fee.

Venues of the fair:

Tokyo: Meiji University, address: 1-1 Kanda-Surugadai, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-8301

Osaka: Osaka International House, address: 8-2-6 Uehommachi, Tennoji-ku, Osaka, 543-0001

Read more information on the page of the European Union or on the official website of the fair (mainly in Japanese).

We can’t wait to meet all the interested Japanese students at the Hungarian booth!

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