July 18, 2024 14:20

Kristóf Iván, associate professor of the Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics (ITK) at Pázmány Péter Catholic University is one of the leading experts in the field of bionics. Last year his team at Pázmány University won a prestigious global competition with their development which helps people with severe visual loss. He introduced their award-winning project and research at the Alumni Network Hungary Webinar in June, now you can read our interview with him. 

July 15, 2024 13:24

As an international student who just graduated or is getting closer to finishing university, you may wonder how to stay in touch, elevate your professional network, and make the most out of your university years in Hungary.  By joining Alumni Network Hungary, you will be part of an inspiring professional community of thousands of international students from Hungary. Discover the benefits and be our member today! Register HERE!

July 4, 2024 09:14

On 18 June we celebrated the recent graduates of the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme at a prestigious farewell event. The ceremony organized at Park Inn By Radisson Hotel Budapest was attended by more than 150 guests, including ambassadors, graduating scholarship holders and the volunteers of Alumni Network Hungary.

June 17, 2024 09:44

How can technology improve the lives of people with disability? Can a person with severe visual loss “see” again with the help of a mobile app? What does the science of bionics deal with and how can it pave the way for a more inclusive society? At the next Alumni Hungary Webinar, Kristóf Iván, associate professor of the Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics (ITK) at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, will present his team’s prize-winning development which assists people with serious visual impairment.  

June 7, 2024 11:47

As work is one of the most crucial parts of our lives, it is important to have a healthy relation to it. However, in our modern, busy society it is not always easy to find a good work-life balance, and many develop deeper mental health problems related to work, such as work addiction. In May, psychologist and researcher of ELTE, Bernadette Kun gave an insight into her research in this important field as the speaker of the Alumni Hungary Webinar. Read our interview with her! 

May 15, 2024 13:10

In our work-driven world, working a lot is usually encouraged. However, it is often difficult to stop, set boundaries, and find the right balance between work and private life. So how much work is too much work, and how can you keep a healthy relation to your work or study? You‘ll get the answers at the next Alumni Hungary Webinar on 29 May by psychologist Bernadette Kun.

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