News & Highlights
A concert celebrating the work of Hungarian poet Sándor Weöres and featuring the world-renowned Hungarian soprano Katalin Károlyi was held on 5 October in Salford.Read More
7 JULY: A rehearsed reading of 'The Dead Man' by Hungarian playwright János Háy, translated and directed by Dr Szilvi Naray-Davey.
The Dead Man is a powerful wartime story about grief, absence, and reinvention. Originally set in rural Hungary, the University of Salford and the Consulate General of Hungary are proud to present its English language premier, translated and directed by Salford academic, theatre practitioner and artistic director of Ignition Stage Theatre company, Dr Szilvi Naray-Davey.Read More
Are you a student with Hungarian roots in the United Kingdom? Do you need more information about studying in Hungary? Then meet the Study in Hungary team at Góbéfest Manchester 2022 between 24-26 June, and learn more about the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship!Read More
Katalin Novak in her inauguration speech said: Here we stand together, in the heart of Europe, in our country’s capital, in the middle of the Carpathian Basin, at the Main Square of the Nation. But we also stand united in the intent and the will – „after the decades of the twentieth century, which led to a state of moral decay” – to build a better, more beautiful, more peaceful, more prosperous and safer life for the Hungarians in the 21st century.Read More
The Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship was established by the Hungarian Government for those who live in a Hungarian diaspora outside the European Union, Serbia and the Zakarpattia Oblast of Ukraine, and wish to study at a Hungarian higher education institution to develop their personal, professional and cultural relations to Hungary.Read More