April 27, 2016 16:18
Record participation in Stipendium Hungaricum Programme

The call for Stipendium Hungaricum Programme for 2016/2017 study year has come to a successfull end, receiving a record high 13 129 applications from 49 countries and regions.  As a result, more than 3000 foreign students are expected to start their full-time study programmes as Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holders in September.

26 Hungarian higher education institutions will host students offering a full scale 420 study programmes altogether. In total, four times more applications were received than the available number of scholarships. The most applications were submitted from Pakistan (about 38 times more than the quota available for them), then Kazakhstan (with 13 times more applications than the quota), Nigeria (11 times more), Cambodia (9 times more) and Mongolia (7 times more) followed. In close cooperation with several other participants, such as the Ministry of Human Capacities, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the higher education institutions, the participating institutions improve the academic quality of their programmes and due to the growing number of students, they may achieve a better position in the international rankings.

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November 12, 2018 09:47

We are proud to announce that Tempus Public Foundation organised two very successful networking events in Seoul and Tokyo. The main purpose of the events was to bring together the representatives of Hungarian and Korean/Japanese universities in order to discuss and deepen their already existing cooperation as well as to form new partnerships and collaborations.

October 13, 2018 08:53
International Alumni Workshop

More opportunities are needed for establishing international cooperations to flourish innovation and research. The first International Alumni Workshop was organised in Budapest between 3-5 October for a not smaller purpose than motivate these actions in the field of healthcare and innovation. After the workshop we are very confident that this will be a “To be continued …” story in the future.

October 12, 2018 11:29

Tempus Public Foundation held a welcome reception for the new Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holder students for the third time since 2016.