Based on the financial support of the Hungarian Government, Tempus Public Foundation offers scholarships for foreign higher education students, graduates, lecturers and researchers who would like to gain further knowledge in Hungarian higher education institutions, research or art institutes. In our new series you can get information on these scholarships, this time you can learn more about the bilateral state scholarships.
Each year the Cake of Hungary competition is organised by the Hungarian Confectioner Craftsmen Corporation on the occasion of the national holiday, August 20th, the day on which Saint Stephen founded Hungary. It is a popular tradition to celebrate the most talented Hungarian confectioners and promote culinary innovation. This year the cake “Sunflower” has been the winner of the contest.
Are you interested in studying in Hungary? Do you want to find out more about the scholarship opportunities in the country? In our new series, we introduce you to the different scholarship options available in Hungary.
At the next session of the Alumni Hungary Webinar Series in September, you can get an insight into the latest developments of the self-driving vehicle industry. You will also learn about ZalaZONE project, the largest test track in Central Europe, located in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary. Our presenter will be the reputable expert in advanced automotive technologies, Zsolt Szalay Ph.D. This exclusive webinar will be available for registered Alumni Network Hungary members only!
The RiIDE Robotics programme, which spans four countries and seven organizations, including ELTE supports the development of children with special educational needs with the help of robotics. Read more about this project in the interview of ELTE with Katalin Mohai, psychologist and special needs teacher, Csilla Kálózi-Szabó, psychologist and Brigitta Miksztai-Réthey, IT teacher, from ELTE Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education.
On 20 August no one is working, the stores and universities are closed and there are multiple ceremonies and public speeches around the country, completed with magnificent fireworks after sunset. But what is the origin of this national holiday and why is it so important for Hungarians? In our article, we review its historical background and give you some tips on how to join the ceremonies.