Get Ready for an Internship in Hungary with a Native Speaker

International 25 May 2018
In August, UTMN will hold intensive two-week Hungarian courses taught by a leading professor and author of a number of teaching materials, Imre Csaba Nagy

The courses are organized as part of the partnership programme between UTMN and the Hungarian Cultural, Academic and Information Centre of the Embassy of Hungary in Moscow. The language course, initiated by Hungarian partners, is a precursor of the launch of a Hungarian Office at UTMN in autumn 2018. 

“A Hungarian language course taught by a native speaker is a unique opportunity for students to immerse themselves in one of the most difficult and unusual Finno-Ugric languages. Moreover, for those students who plan to study in Hungary as part of the Stipendium Hungaricum programme, this course will be a chance to study the basics of the Hungarian language, which will help them to adapt faster when they arrive in the country,” commented Ksenia Nazarova, Head of the UTMN Resource Centre for the German Language and Culture.  

Anyone interested is invited to join the course. To apply, please send your full name and contacts to the Resource Centre by the email

UTMN has a rich history of mutually beneficial cultural and research cooperation with Hungary. Currently, the university has partnership agreements with the Hungarian Natural History Museum, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ Institute for Plant Protection and the Pázmány Péter Catholic University. Annually, UTMN hosts the Russian-Hungarian Cultural Forum with the support from the Hungarian Cultural, Academic and Information Centre. 

In July 2017, UTMN was visited by a delegation from Hungary headed by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Hungary to the Russian Federation, János Balla. In September 2017, UTMN Rector Valery Falkov and 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, signed a cultural and academic cooperation agreement between the University of Tyumen and the Hungarian Embassy in Moscow. As part of the cooperation, UTMN students can participate in the Stipendium Hungaricum international scholarship programme and study in Hungarian universities. 

Source: UTMN Department of Strategic Communications 

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