FilmClub with the Psychology students
Book Launch – “Paradise from Behind the Iron Curtain” by Miklós Péti
 International Evening at the Faculty of Law
  Scholarship Opportunities for International Students
Károli Community Days (Autumn Training Week)
 Working in Hungary – Student Edition

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FilmClub with the Psychology students

A FilmClub took place on 17 November 2022 at Reviczky street 6. The event was led by Szabolcs Gergő Harsányi, professor at the Institute of Psychology. The FilmClub focused on the movie titled “Circle”, an American thriller from 2015 this time. The participants watched the movie as a group, while stopping it from time-to-time for in-depth discussion and analysis of the film. The two main topics of the event were the survival of the individual, and societal roles.

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International Evening at the Faculty of Law

The International Evening took place at the Faculty of Law on 26 October 2022, during the Károli Community Days. Students of the LL.M. in European and International Business Law, English language programme PhD students and the participants of the Erasmus exchange programme had the opportunity to meet with the Hungarian students of the Faculty. Dean Prof. Dr. Péter Miskolczi-Bodnár gave an opening speech after which the students were greeted by the organizer of the event and the coordinator of the LL.M. programme, Dr Andrea Miklósné Zakar.

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Scholarship Opportunities for International Students

We are happy to announce that the application for Stipendium Hungaricum and Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship is now open! Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary is part of these scholarships with altogether 15 degree programs. Do not hesitate to check them out!

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Irish Ambassador Ronan Gargan visits KRE

Irish Ambassador Ronan Gargan visited the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences on 19 October 2022. He first consulted with Dr. habil. Géza Horváth, Dean for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and then with Dr. Judit Nagy, Vice-Dean for International Affairs at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. He then opened the 'International Joyce' exhibition in the Dózsa György Út building.

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