On 9 June 2021 we continue the Alumni Hungary Webinar Series with an exciting presentation by the internationally acclaimed biologist Csaba Pál about their research on the antibiotic-resistant bacteria conducted in Szeged! This exclusive webinar will be available for registered Alumni Network Hungary members only!
Aline Faria de Lemos, a PhD student from Brazil, has already studied here in Hungary when she met the opportunity of the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship. Now she is researching about a MedTech topic as a PhD student at BME Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of MOGI.
On 12 May 2021, the Alumni Hungary Webinar Series starts its brand new season! The webinars feature outstanding Hungarian scientists and inspiring professionals presenting their latest research and innovations. Just as previously, this exclusive webinar will be available for registered Alumni Network Hungary members only!
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.
World Poetry Day was on 21th March and we celebrated culture, reading and writing poems all around the world. The aim of the UNESCO recognised event is to support linguistic diversity with sharing famous poems or even sharing our own. To celebrate together, we asked the international Alumni Volunteer team of 34 people speaking 23 different languages what their favourite poems are and why they like them.
Hungary has a long tradition of higher education and academic excellence with state-of-the-art research facilities, people with outstanding creativity and knowledge. This world-class education system and cutting-edge research and innovation tradition will set a milestone for accelerating future scientific research and economic development. Aidana Smagul, the dedicated alumni volunteer of the Alumni Network Hungary decided to make an interview with Yedil Myrzakhanov, who is currently a consul at the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Budapest.