As an international alumni volunteer you can get benefits from the Alumni Network Hungary to build your carrier. Either you search your first volunteer project as a fresh graduate, or you are an experienced volunteer, the Alumni network Hungary has a wide range of opportunities to find your place. Join our volunteer team for the next two years and be our network mobilizers!
Péter Böröcz, head of the Packaging and Environmental Testing Laboratory at Széchenyi István University, has recently been elected to the Board of Directors of the US-based International Association of Packaging Research Institutes.
In July the presenter of the Alumni Hungary Webinar Series was the internationally acclaimed ethologist, Ádám Miklósi, the head of the Ethology Department and the director of the Institute of Biology at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE).
As a fresh graduate, it is important to expand your professional network. According to recent studies, volunteering is a key factor for successful networking. The Alumni Network Hungary is a continuously growing community, where you can develop your skills and make new friends.
Becoming a university student is a huge change after high school: it requires new time management, new learning methodology, and acclimatisation to a new life situation if someone comes from another country. To reduce student dropout, which is an inherent feature of the changed circumstances and requirements, the UP Faculty of Pharmacy has mentoring programmes in the Hungarian and English trainings with the involvement of teachers and students.
If you are a hiker, maybe you heard about the most famous Hungarian trail, the National Blue Trail (Országos Kéktúra) between Írottkő and Hollóháza, the two endpoints from the Western side to the North-Eastern mountains. During your studies, you can discover some parts or the whole one. Let’s get some details for your exciting journey!