April 24, 2018 12:39
Study in Hungary went to Singapore!
APAIE exhibition

Ten Hungarian higher education institutions were represented at the 13th APAIE Conference and Exhibition, which was hosted by Singapore between 25-29 March 2018. Study in Hungary also participated in the event together with more than 100 other exhibitors. 

More than 2000 participants from all over the world attended the event and from more than 200 exhibitors, Tempus Public Foundation as a “diamond sponsor” provided the ‘Study in Hungary’ booth with the aim of building partnership and promoting the Hungarian higher education. The representatives of the Ministry of Human Capacities and the Hungarian Rectors’ Conference supported the appearance as well. 

APAIE Conference and Exhibition is one of the largest event at the Asia-Pacific region in the field of international education.

Beside the exhibition a Hungarian Reception was organized by Tempus Public Foundation on which six countries’ representatives participated from the South-East Asian region. Ambassador István Szerdahelyi from the Embassy of Hungary in Singapore welcomed the guests, then from the side of TPF, Gabor Dobos, head of Study in Hungary Unit introduced the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme.

The exhibition at the APAIE Conference and the partnership-building event were great successes as well where fortunately further fruitful collaborations were born.

For more information about the exhibition, click here: https://www.apaie2018.org/

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