Stipendium Hungaricum is a recently introduced scholarship programme coordinated and financed by the Government of Hungary.
The aim of the programme
The core mission of the Scholarship Programme for Christian Young People is to provide the possibility of studying in Hungary for young Christian students living in the crisis regions of the world and/or being threatened in their country because of their faith. After completing their studies, the scholarship holders will return to help their home community with their gained knowledge, and they will participate in the reconstruction of war-destroyed countries and contribute to improvement of social situation and preservation of culture of Christian communities.
1. The Student Government of the University of Szeged is organising The Welcome Camp between the 5th and 7th of September, 2019. With regard to this event, an educational break will be allowed by the Rector of the University of Szeged for the 6th of September (Friday), 2019 for all full-time students.
2. The Career Office and the “Universitas” Non-Profit Public Benefit Company of the University of Szeged are organising the autumn job fair on the 8th of October (Tuesday), 2019. For this day, an educational break will be allowed by the Rector of the University of Szeged. The educational break applies to those students who are expected to be entitled for the issue of their leaving certificate in the 1st or 2nd term of the academic year 2019/2020 (“senior students”).
The National Higher Education Scholarship Committee of the Faculty of Science and Informatics has evaluated the submitted 209 applications in more sessions. During the evaluation on the basis of the National Higher Education Scholarship Regulation we have decided about the valid applications.
Monday, Wednesday: 10.00-14.00
Tuesday and Thursday: 12.00-16.00
Rector’s office, room 45. (Dugonics square 13. Main building of the University of Szeged)
Contact: Zsuzsanna Varjú or Dr. Leona Jerney: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Extreme Light Infrastructure Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS) Laser Research Centre is one of the pillars of this infrastructure was built in Szeged and is one of the largest scientific investments in Europe, with support from the European Union amounting to over 70 billion HUF.