Remembrance of the 1956 Revolution

An open-air photo exhibition entitled Hope and Drama. Hungary '56, will be on display between 22 October and 27 November 2022 in the garden of the Hungarian National Museum to commemorate the sixty-sixth anniversary of the 1956 Revolution and War of Independence.

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.

Károli Community Days (Autumn Training Week)

The Károli Community Days will take place at our university from 24-28 October 2022. The theme of this semester’s Training Week will be Community Building.

Highlights of the Academic Year 2022/2023

The beginning of the 2022/2023 academic year brought many innovations among which we would like to point out some that might be of interest to our international students. Over the summer the university staff worked hard to improve the institution before the start of the next academic year.

Working in Hungary – Student Edition

The Career Office of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences issued a publication on student jobs in Budapest. In the publication, they logically explain getting a student job as a university student from the first step in merely 15 pages with colourful charts and pictures.

Start of the Academic Year 2022/2023

On 5 September the University opened the 2022/2023 Academic Year with an Orientation Week for international students. The orientation of exchange and full-time scholarship holders were held separately, after which all students could join the afternoon programs regardless their study programs.

Action Suited to the Word Conference – In Memoriam: Prof. István Géher and Prof. Géza Kállay

Prof. István Géher (1940-2012) and Prof. Géza Kállay (1959-2017) were distinguished professors and researchers at the English-American Institute of ELTE. They both taught at Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary as well. They have left a rich intellectual legacy to their colleagues, students and readers alike.

The latest issue of Károli Magazine is published!

The latest Autumn 2022 issue of the University’s official student magazine, in a new look, is now available in the faculty buildings’ communal areas and online among our publications.

The newly renovated building of the Faculty of Theology on Ráday Street has re-opened its doors

In 2019, the Reformed dormitory in the 9th District, on the plot of the Dunamellék Reformed Church District bordered by Ráday Street, Köztelek Street, Markusovszky Square, and Biblia Street, burned down under tragic circumstances. In its place, on the side facing Markusovszky Square, the new dormitory wing has now been completed, but in addition, the central building bordered by Ráday Street and Köztelek Street, acquired in 1912, has also been completely remodelled. In the renewed headquarters building, the bishop's office can be found at 28 Ráday Street and the Faculty of Theology of the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church can be approached from Köztelek Street.


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