The University of Pécs was ranked 201-300th in the latest international ranking of the prestigious Times Higher Education, based in London, published on 21 April. The University of Pécs was ranked the best Hungarian university compared to more than 1,000 universities from 94 countries.
Are you interested in study in Hungary or you are close to graduate and need some advice? The Alumni Network Hungary has an international alumni volunteer team, which consists of 34 members from 15 countries, speaking 23 different languages! Here you can read Feifei Wang’s story from China, who began her doctorate at ELTE Sports and Health Promotion program in 2017 and now she is a doctoral candidate.
If you are interested in studying in Hungary but you are still thinking about which university to choose, our series about Hungarian universities will help you to decide! In this part, you can read more about the University of Miskolc, the education and scientific centre of Northern Hungary.
Have you ever thought about how your auditory system works? How the heard information from your surrounding reach your brain? The first important discoveries about the mechanism of ear were made by a Hungarian scientist, György Békésy, whose scientific results defined our present knowledge of the auditory perceptions. Read more about his life and achievements, for which he received Nobel Prize in 1961.
Choose Career Days and let companies choose you! Eötvös Loránd University organizes Career Days Online where you can meet exhibitors, have conversations, and keep informed about your dream job, internships and student jobs. In the meantime, you can collect codes from companies for guaranteed gifts. The event is open not only for ELTE students but also for anyone who are interested.
On April 11 Hungarians celebrate National Poetry Day and its literary tradition isn’t so familiar among international student or foreign people living in Hungary. First for fun, but later for building a bridge between cultures, Owen Good decided to translate contemporary work like poems written by Hungarian poets Renátó Fehér or Krisztina Tóth.