In collaboration with the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUN), the University of Bern (SUI) and the Sports University of Tirana (ALB), a webinar series focussing on Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) will take place in March 2022.
Last Thursday, our University hosted a delegation from ILEPS, our new French partner. The partnership between the two institutions is based on an Erasmus partnership, the ILEPS international office contacted us at the end of 2021 to explore if we can expand the partnership beyond Erasmus, too. Quite soon, we could welcome the first in person visit of the ILEPS delegation in Budapest.
Tempus Public Foundation responsible for managing the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship Programme has announced the call for applications for the academic year 2022/2023.
Following the WLO international student conference in Pécs , Dr. Cristina Ortega, Executive Chairman of the World Leisure Organization has visited the University of Physical Education on 5 December.
Last week, Dr. Tamás Sterbenz, Rector and Dr. Judit Kádár, Director of International Relations have visited Sports University of Tirana (SUT). It was Dr. Tamás Sterbenz's first international trip as a rector, and several relevant discussions fostered our collaboration with our Albanian partner.
Recently, our University had welcomed the delegation of the Sports University of Tirana (SUT) in the framework of the Tempus Public Foundation run International Credit Mobility program won, by UPE in 2019. The delegation consisted of Mirlinda Galushi, Chancellor of SUT, Safiola Carcani, Director of International, Public and Students Relations and Dr. Keida Ushtelenca, Head of department at the Faculty of Movement Science.
Recently the University of Physical Education has hosted a special event organized by the Hungarian Embassy in the Philippines. The University of Physical Education welcomed seventy Philippine students studying in Hungary at this unique “Alumni Event”.