April 29, 2016 12:54
Small China in Veszprém
International students at the University of Pannonia
The number of Chinese students at the University of Pannonia has increased in the last semesters. Due to an agreement signed in 2014, the University expects more students from China in the following years. The official journal of the University of Pannonia (Egyetemünk) prepared short interviews with some of the newcomers.

As you probably noticed, more and more Chinese students appeared on the streets of Veszprém in the last few months. You can practically see them almost all around town. So we decided to look into this mystery.

First of all we contacted Gábor Söveges, the international officer of our university, who coordinated these Chinese students’ arrival. We got to know that totally 65 students came from China with the help of a recruitment agency in Beijing since September of 2014, 16 of them just arrived at the end of March. This agency helped to recruit the students from the beginnings.

Read the full article here: http://egyetemunk.com/small-china-in-veszprem/

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