On 7th October, our Albanian partner university, Metropolitan Tirana University held a virtual event on the topic of “The New Reality with Covid-19”, in which two of our students had the opportunity to present.
Led by Balázs Pethő, whose restaurant @csalogany26 is present on the Micheline Guide list, KJU announced a new course called Open Kitchen.
On Tuesday 5 October 2021, Tempus Public Foundation organised a major conference entitled Internationalisation of Higher Education 2021, at which our institution was represented by Dr Márta Folmeg PhD, Deputy Head of the Department of International Interdisciplinary Studies.
We are happy to announce that on 27th September, Kodolányi János University and the US Embassy of Hungary signed a Memorandum of Understanding.
This week we had students successfully presenting and defending their final thesis!
On the last day of the 10th Jubilee International Week, the Scientific Students’ Association Conference (TDK) was held online in English, as an example of the annual Hungarian TDK. Students created a 15-minute presentation where they illustrated their research and interpreted their outcomes.
Not only in KJU, but everyone in Hungary is proud of Zsófia, the 19-year-old karate athlete. She has earned the European championship, and her aim is to attend the Tokyo Olympics.
Congratulations to all students who have successfully graduated!
I had the possibility to make 2 times courses at Ural Federal University (URFU) in Yekaterinburg, Russia. The city is the 4th biggest city of Russia: an industrial township with a rich and controversial history.
KJU’s Vice-Rector of Research, Gyöngyvér Hervainé Szabó visited SFSU in 2018. In this article, she wrote about the city itself, the culture and the university.