June 27, 2018 08:59
Study in Hungary travelled to Philadelphia!
NAFSA conference 2018

As quality improvement in higher education plays an important part in Tempus Public Foundation’s activity, we participate in NAFSA’s education conference year by year.

In 2018, the NAFSA Annual Conference & Expo took place in Philadelphia and welcomed more than 9500 participants from over 100 countries. This year’s main theme was "Diverse Voices, Shared Commitment” that aimed to discuss how to fulfill the potential of our differences in higher education.

Among the 350 exhibitors, the Tempus Public Foundation provided the “Study in Hungary” booth with the aim of building partnership and promoting the Hungarian higher education. Our participation with nine Hungarian universities and the Hungarian Rectors’ Conference was successful, we received hundreds of visitors, current and future partner organizations at our booth. It was the first time that TPF had organized the US-Hungarian Higher Education Forum as a side-event, and we had the opportunity to present two posters at the poster fair.

We are looking forward to meeting again at NAFSA 2019 in Washington DC.

Scroll down to see the pictures taken at the fair!

Study in Hungary delegationStudy in Hungary delegation

Venue of NAFSA conferenceVenue of NAFSA conference in Philadelphia

Presentatition of Gábor Dobos (TPF, Head of Study in Hungary Unit at US-Hungary Forum

Participants at US-Hungarian Forum

Poster presentation of Dr. Laura Kovács & Georgina Kasza (TPF)

Visitor by the Study in Hungary booth

Poster presentation of Gábor Dobos (TPF) and Gábor Czéch (University of Pécs)

If you wish to see more pictures of our successful visit to NAFSA, please go to our Facebook page!

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