June 28, 2018 13:22
We said goodbye to Stipendium Hungaricum graduates!
Farewell party 2018

Our Stipendium Hungaricum graduates spent a whole afternoon in Brody Studios to network with each other, have fun as well as to get nostalgic about memories they collected in Hungary. 

The 3d Stipendium Hungaricum Farewell party took place on 21st June 2018 in Budapest. Fifty-one students from twenty-five countries participated in the ceremony organized by the International Alumni Team of Tempus Public Foundation. Mr. Márton Bélik, Deputy Head of Study in Hungary Unit welcomed the graduates on behalf of the Foundation.

This year’s event was built on four interactive topics that students had to discuss together, facilitated by alumni volunteers.

  • Career building
  • Networking through the Alumni Hungary Portal
  • Project sharing
  • Diplomacy – Cooperation with embassies

Students could collect some tips and ideas how to start a career and build relations through embassies, as well as to network via the Alumni Hungary Network for building alumni relations.

After these professional sessions, students had the chance to take part in some fun activities such as pinning up their pictures on a world map, writing encouraging messages to future Stipendium students and also created an “I will always remember” board full of memories about their experiences.  

Sending messages to future Stipendium students

"I will always remember the dinner with my professors"

The student map

Year by year, we announce a farewell speech contest which was won by Majd Hammoudeh this year. You can read her speech to all graduates here

For further photos, please visit the Alumni team's facebook page!

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