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.
How can you start your studies in Europe? What degree programs are offered to international students at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) in Budapest, Hungary? What are the experiences of the students?
Universities are constantly monitoring actions of the Hungarian Government on the pandemic situation and adjust the form of education accordingly. Most Hungarian universities will begin the new semester with online education in February, while some practical classes or seminars will be held with the presence of students. Read more about each university’s decision about distance learning and online education.
As the exam period of the previous autumn semester is about to end, more and more of you will turn your attention to the upcoming spring term. In this article, we collected the most important dates, periods and deadlines for you to make planning out the next semester easier.
Since 20th August, the students of Semmelweis University, including numerous international students, have performed over 23,000 coronavirus tests, thus committing to infection control. Meet Danish Farooqi, a student from India, who shares his experiences studying and volunteering at Semmelweis University in the time of the coronavirus.
Over a third of Semmelweis University’s students are international who have been in a particularly difficult situation since the onset of the coronavirus. Unable to travel back to their home countries, they stayed in Budapest continuing their studies. Despite the extraordinary circumstances many of them voluntarily undertook to play an active part in PCR screening. In our article Mustafa Ghulam, a student from Pakistan shares his experiences studying and volunteering at Semmelweis University in the time of the coronavirus.