The Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship online application system for the 2024/2025 academic year is now open! This Programme is for applicants who have Hungarian roots and live in the diaspora.
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.
If you begin the new semester in September in Hungary, or you just visit the country for a shorter period, you have many options if you choose to travel by public transport. Either you stay in the capital Budapest, or located in the countryside, we help you to find your way around here.
Food is a vital part of both life and culture, so to make the best out of discovering Hungary, we suggest you trying the delicious and diverse flavours of Hungarian cuisine too. As a Hungarian tradition, each August “The Cake of Hungary” contest is also organized, find out which cake has been the winner this year!
If you are now on your way to start your studies in Hungary, or you live here already as a student, you might want to know more about Hungarian culture. Either you are an art lover, or you prefer discovering the cultural treasures of the countryside, you will surely find a bunch of exciting programs for your free time all year round. In this list – which is far from comprehensive – you can find a list of recommendations of social and cultural activities.
Living and studying in foreign countries can be a challenging time. However, stepping out of your comfort zone can grow you professionally and personally too. As a university student, you have plenty of opportunities to discover your study field in different countries. If you live in Central or South-East Europe, CEEPUS mobility programme is perfect for you. Here’s why.