The European Service Network of Mathematics for Industry and Innovation (EU-MATHS-IN) is one of the continent's largest technology platforms that aims to facilitate the use of industrial mathematics in innovation. Dr Zoltán Horváth, Professor of the Department of Mathematics and Computational Sciences at Széchenyi István University, Győr has been recently elected as the president of this prestigious organisation.
Hungary has a long tradition of higher education and academic excellence with state-of-the-art research facilities, people with outstanding creativity and knowledge. This world-class education system and cutting-edge research and innovation tradition will set a milestone for accelerating future scientific research and economic development. Aidana Smagul, the dedicated alumni volunteer of the Alumni Network Hungary decided to make an interview with Yedil Myrzakhanov, who is currently a consul at the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Budapest.
'When in Rome, do as the Romans do'- says the proverb. Giuseppe Habib attained an Italian top university in Rome, but, because he was mesmerised by Budapest, did his Erasmus scholarship and PhD at BME Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Later, he returned to Hungary as a researcher, and today works as a senior lecturer at the Department of Applied Mechanics of the faculty.
Are you interested in studying in Hungary, but you don’t know which university to choose? Besides the large university towns, many higher education institutions have campuses in smaller towns as well, where you can also find English programmes in various academic fields. Read our overview about some of those university campuses in the countryside, where you can study as an international student.
How can you start your studies in Europe? What degree programs are offered to international students at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) in Budapest, Hungary? What are the experiences of the students?
Plastic waste has devastating effects on the environment and scientists focus more and more on this subject every year. While there are dedicated research projects and experiments to find solutions to this global issue, sometimes we find answers when we expect it the least – even during a summer vacation!