The UP MOON BIKE 2020 project was completed in two months: the international virtual field even exceeded the original goal.
This time around, the Liszt Academy invited composers to submit entries for this year's round of the Bartók World Competition, with works written for string quartet. A record number of 348 valid applications were submitted from 59 countries by the official deadline. The final result of the competition will be announced at the gala event scheduled for November 28.
125 years ago, on July 20 László Moholy-Nagy, the great intellectual and technical innovator and world-famous Hungarian artist was born.
The observation of the signs of climate change was one of the objectives of a 5-week expedition to Antarctica. László Radócz, head of the Institute of Plant Protection of the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management of UD was the only Hungarian member of the team.
Nearly 400 international students of Szent István University stayed in Gödöllő Dormitories during the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship holders decided to bring the most out of their Hungarian stay and launched an initiative called”International Students Community Garden”.
Stipendium Hungaricum doctoral students host an exhibition in frames of the Parallel Hungary project of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. The mission of the exhibition is to start a discussion about interpreting and understanding each other’s cultural backgrounds in a playful way. The exhibition opened on 30 January and can be visited until 18 February in the Aula of the University.