Meet Vlada Volkova from Kazakhstan, Almaty. Her mother comes from the Transcarpathian region so for Vlada the Hungarian language and culture were always familiar. Her dream to get to know more about her Hungarian heritage came true when she received the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship, and she could start to learn the language as well.
If you want to get away from the city and discover Hungary’s natural wonders, don’t miss Hortobágy National Park that celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2023 and waiting for you with various events! Read more about the national park below!
Be actively part of the celebration by sharing your memorable moments in Hungary with the public, and apply to be the Face of Stipendium Hungaricum.
Hungary has achieved outstanding success in many sports over the past decades. Our athletes among others, have won multiple Olympic gold medals. On 6 May 1875, the Hungarian Athletics Club organised its very first outdoor sports competition of both Hungary and Europe. To commemorate the occasion, we have celebrated Hungarian Sports Day on this day since 2000.
It was a joyful afternoon, where our students had the opportunity to get to know each other and listen to several interesting presentations. Below you can read some students’ reports and access the complete album of pictures taken during the event.
We have a great and enthusiastic international alumni volunteer team of 22 people from 18 countries. Most of them decided to create an alumni chapter in their home country or make international professional alumni groups and some of them did great social media work. In the next chapter of our volunteer series, you can read Craig Johnson’s story from South Africa! He studied international relations at Budapest Business School between 2017-2020 and now he is the Head of Incubation at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design.