If you are a graduate student, April is already here and you are in the middle of writing your thesis, which is one of the most challenging tasks during your academic years. Sometimes, it will be stressful, and you may lose your motivation. However, you must remember that all university students go through the same process and many of them achieve excellent grades. How do they do it? Here we collected some useful tips which may help you to stay focused and effective during your thesis writing.
Connections, networks, personal relationships are the keywords of our society today, but people often underestimate the value of personal connections and become passive. Yet if they make just a little effort it can have a big impact on their lives. Our volunteers built their alumni chapters and discover great members of Alumni Network Hungary. Join us for the next two years and find your alumni chapter or create a new one!
Communication is an essential part of our life and can be a creative process to inspire others. Among our volunteer works you can find different types of communication and promotion ideas and you can follow how they share their experiences. Besides common workshops, you have a chance to develop your communication skills as our volunteer. Join us for the next two years and let’s inspire others with your work!
Becoming a university student is a huge change after high school: it requires new time management, new learning methodology, and acclimatisation to a new life situation if someone comes from another country. To reduce student dropout, which is an inherent feature of the changed circumstances and requirements, the UP Faculty of Pharmacy has mentoring programmes in the Hungarian and English trainings with the involvement of teachers and students.
Despite the difficult times of the current pandemic situation, the academic applications remained constant in 2021 as well. We have collected some of the most important facts from this year’s application period with the most popular unis and university programmes. Let’s check it out!
Since 20th August, the students of Semmelweis University, including numerous international students, have performed over 23,000 coronavirus tests, thus committing to infection control. Meet Danish Farooqi, a student from India, who shares his experiences studying and volunteering at Semmelweis University in the time of the coronavirus.