There are multiple scholarship opportunities in Hungary varied by different backgrounds and maintainers and give chances to join the communities in the heart of Europe. Read our collection and find the most suitable one for you.
What characterises the latest works, design approaches, and interests of the new designer generation? Read the interview of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) with Ildikó Kele, the head of the Fashion and Textile Design MA programme and founder of KELE Clothing, and Dóra Tomcsányi lecturer of MOME and designer of the TOMCSANYI clothing brand about the upcoming MOME Fashion Show.
The higher education system in Hungary has some interesting elements compared to the other European systems. However, Hungary follows the standards of the European Bologna Process, it might be totally different from the American, Asian, or African education system. These 5 facts give you an insight if you are interested in studying in Hungary.
Each year several university rankings help to navigate among higher education institutions based on various criteria. It is a great honour to be part of these lists, and many Hungarian universities have achieved to be included among the first best 1,000 institutions. Check out the most prominent rankings and the best results of Hungarian unis.
Students of the African international community at Széchenyi István University in Győr, making up a group of 124 people, originate from 20 African countries. Four African students were invited to share their thoughts in a video message created by the institution on the occasion of the International Day for People of African Descent, related to the United Nations’ fifth sustainable development goal, gender equality.
The official language of Hungary is complex and unique, it is among the 24 official languages of the European Union. Despite the country’s location in central Europe, its dialect is nothing like those spoken in its neighbouring nations. It is a member of the Finno-Ugric language family and, it has been influenced by the languages of many nations throughout history, none of the neighbouring languages of Central Europe actually resembles Hungarian. Let’s check what makes the Hungarian language so special!