June 28, 2017 14:03
„Stipendium Hungaricum is a great opportunity for Kazakh students”
The Hungarian delegation met the Kazakh minister of education and science

10 universities accompanied with the Ministry of Human Resources and Tempus Public Foundation took part in International Educational Fair 2017 in Astana and Almaty between the 23-27th June 2017 attracting many local students.

Study in Hungary delegation met the minister of education and science of the Republic of Kazakhstan Yerlan Sagadiyev who also opened the event. „Stipendium Hungaricum is a great opportunity for Kazakh students and I am very glad that Hungary has raised the number of available scholarships” – the minister said who also met András Baranyi Hungarian Ambassador to Kazakhstan at the fair.

Despite the summer break period the Hungarian stand was popular in Astana and Almaty as well attracting students interested in scholarships and studying in Hungary in general. Not only college students but also high school pupils and their parents were curious about the study offer of Hungarian higher education. The fair was also a good occasion for Kazakh education experts who were seeking ties with Hungarian higher education institutions with special regard to Erasmus+ opportunities.

The educational fair was organized in parallel with World’s Fair Expo 2017 which made the event even more prestigous.

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