On 22 March 2023, Deputy State Secretary Miklós Lengyel visited Óbuda University, where he had talks with Prof Dr Levente Kovács, President of the University. They discussed various issues related to the University’s participation in the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme. Later on, DSS Lengyel also had a chance to meet some representatives of the SH scholarship holder community at Óbuda University.
Starting from this semester, students can also take an accredited Permaculture Design Course (PDC). The full-house public launch event took place on 4 March in the MOME Auditorium, introducing permaculture as a design system and approach that simulates ecological processes in nature and draws on the synergies between landscape, man and natural resources.
Six of the international students from Széchenyi István University, Győr performed so well at last year's Student Science and Art Conference (SSAC) that they were selected to participate in this year's National Student Science Conference, which is the final of the competition. All of them came to study at the institution through the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship.
The Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Pécs (UPFBE) has successfully extended its programme accreditation awarded in 2020, as the first countryside university in Hungary, by the EFMD, one of the most prestigious organisations for the qualification of international business management programmes.
Sustainability and circular economy were the focus of recent student innovation projects at Széchenyi István University. The young people came up with innovative solutions to four real-world business and organisational problems, with one team, for example, carrying out an energy audit of the Győr ice rink, which could help the club make significant savings.
With the end of the autumn semester - and slowly the end of winter - a new semester begins. In this article, we collected the most important dates and deadlines for you to make planning for the spring semester easier.