Category: News Created: 2019.11.11 13:13

On 10 October 2019, in celebration of the Erasmus Days 2019, Széchenyi István University organized an event titled Mobili-TEA, an informal meeting for both our Erasmus and non-Erasmus students.

This was a casual event where, over a mug of tea and biscuits, students could meet former scholarship holders to talk about their experiences and opportunities.

It was also an opportunity for students intending to spend some time studying outside Hungary to take a test of oral proficiency in either German or English. Students were initially able to practice their language skills in a relaxed manner while socializing before proceeding to an interview with a teacher to measure their linguistic ability in a more formal manner.

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Lectures and JOHN RYDER and ED A. PATERSON

Category: News Created: 2019.10.22 08:55


SzEEDSM Business and Management Sciences Doctoral Program in the Doctoral School of Regional Sciences and Business Administration & Management Sciences at Széchenyi István University                              with the sponsorship of the PADS Foundation

warmly invites students and staff, especially international students, on Friday, 8 November 2019

to the following two lectures by American guest speakers:


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International Conference

Category: News Created: 2019.10.17 08:42

Culture-based Development in Modern Cities: Experiences from Russia and Hungary

On 7 October 2019, Széchenyi István University hosted an international conference titled Culture-based Development in Modern Cities: Experiences from Russia and Hungary.

The conference focused on culture-based urban development as well as creative cities and their good practices.  

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18th Summer Academy of The Euracademy Association

Category: News Created: 2019.10.10 19:18

The Euracademy Association was formally launched following the end-of-project conference of the Euracademy EU project in November 2003 in Győr (Hungary). The core vision of the Euracademy Association is to promote capacity building in rural areas and mobilise animators and managers of rural development by offering them the opportunity to improve their skills, widen their experience, expand their professional qualifications, starting a personal itinerary of lifelong learning and providing ample space for networking and cooperation in the framework of European projects.

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