Known locally as “farsang”, Hungary has multiple unique traditions in February when it comes to costumes and celebrations. In our next article we have collected everything you need to know and some tips as well, if you want to join the festivities!
Széchenyi István University is about to create a new Science and Innovation Park in Győr on the former site of the Győr Biscuit and Waffle Factory. Building on the main research areas of the University, the park aims to stimulate the development of the region, and to contribute its scientific potential to the international business sector.
Whether you’ve just spent your first winter holidays in Hungary or you have already had several experiences, we hope it was relaxing and peaceful. Most of the Hungarian people spent their time with their families, many shops were closed, and some events were postponed because of the pandemic. Regardless, some of the enthusiastic volunteers of the Alumni Network Hungary shared their previous experiences and gave tips and advice for your next holiday season.
Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary launches two new study programmes in English starting in the academic year 2022/2023: the PhD studies in Law and Political Sciences and the Teacher of English as a foreign language.
It is already January, which means final exams are here! Exam periods are one of the most challenging and stressful times for a student. We collected some useful tips for you to help you prepare and succeed during your finals!