A Hungarian delegation arrived on December 8th.
Vice-Rector Linar Latypov and Director of International Office Andrey Krylov talked about KFU’s cooperation plans. In their turn, organizers of Stipendium Hungaricum Atilla Farkas and Boris Vervari presented their programs. In particular, the quota for Russian students is 200 people (out of the 4,000 total for this year). The programs have been in place since 2013. 41 universities in the nation are currently participating, and 54 countries have sent their students so far.
5 KFU students have successfully applied for the programs during 2016 – 2017.
Applications for the next academic year are open now.