September 15, 2017 12:00
Study in Hungary Visits Brazil

Study in Hungary is participating in the “Salao do Estudante 2017” international education fair in 3 cities in Brazil scheduled for 30 September – 5 October 2017. The Fair is one of the most important recruitment events in Brazil organized by the BMI.

At our stand at the “Salao” you can meet representatives of Hungarian higher education (including 8 universities), Brazilian students who studied in Hungary and experts (Tempus Public Foundation, Hungarian Rectors’ Conference, Consulate General of Hungary – Sao Paulo) who can give insight on the Hungarian higher education system, study programmes, scholarship opportunities and other mobility grants.



Dates and Venues: 

• 29th September – Explore Hungary: Higher Education Information Day and Alumni Meeting: University of São Paulo, Sala da congregacao 

Registration: http://tka.hu/international_events/8234/explore-hungary-higher-education-information-day-and-alumni-meeting

• 30th September – 1st October - Sao Paulo: Hotel Tivoli São Paulo Mofarrej - Al. Santos, 1437 - Cerqueira César - São Paulo

• 3rd October - Rio de Janeiro: Rio Othon Palace - Av. Atlântica, 3264 – Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro

• 5th October - Belo Horizonte: Hotel Mercure BH Lourdes - Av. do Contorno, 7315 – Lourdes, Belo Horizonte

Participants: 

• Tempus Public Foundation
• Hungarian Rectors’ Conference
• Consulate General of Hungary – Sao Paulo

And Hungarian universities:

• Corvinus University of Budapest
• University of Debrecen
• University of Dunaújváros
• University of Pannonia
• University of Pécs
• Semmelweis University
• Szent István University
• University of Szeged

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