UTMN Students Invited to Study in Hungary

International 22 September 2017
Many students want to study in Hungary, as it guarantees a prestigious, high-quality European education, academic degrees recognized by the global academic society and a wide range of English-, French-, German-and Hungarian-taught programmes.



The Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme, launched in 2013 as part of the Hungarian global open policy programme, helps students fulfil their dream and obtain an international degree. This year, 4000 students, including those from UTMN, can go to Hungary thanks to Stipendium Hungaricum.

“For the last two years, University of Tyumen has been strengthening scientific, academic and cultural cooperation with Hungary. This summer, we hosted two large summer schools devoted to archaeology and studying the Russian language. This is probably the most prominent case of Russian cooperation with Hungary”, said Ksenia Kushnir, Head of the UTMN Resource Centre for the German Language and Culture.

Anita Hegyi, Advisor for Culture at the Embassy of the Republic of Hungary in Moscow, Russia, and Director of Hungarian Cultural, Academic and Information Centre in Moscow, presented the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme in UTMN’s White Hall. The programme includes full educational courses on bachelor, masters and doctoral programmes at leading Hungarian universities.    

After the scholarship programme presentation, UTMN students and faculty were invited to the opening ceremony of an exhibition by the famous Hungarian artist Zsófi Barabás. Her works combine artificial forms and figures with dynamic and streamlined biological forms. The structure and colour of her paintings express the cohabitation of chaos and harmony.

UTMN Resource Centre for the German Language and Culture organized the exhibition and Stipendium Hungaricum presentation as part of the Creative Residence: Hungarian Space project.

 

Source: UTMN Department of Strategic Communications

Link to Russian version: https://www.utmn.ru/presse/novosti/obshchestvo-i-kultura/328875/
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