Future: Hungary

Future prospects conference for the youth



our mission

Creating a link of information between Hungarian students in the UK and the Hungarian labour market

Our last three sessions intended to create a connection between the Hungarian talent pool that is to be found within the higher education communities of the United Kingdom, and the leading, up-and-coming, as well as start-up firms in Hungary. This year’s session serves to foster, enable and enrich this link, and to help stakeholders on both sides of the job market to further leverage this network.

Our growth is showing signs of the true potential of our enterprise but we will not stop until all Hungarian students within the UK have either attended our conference or have received opportunities through our network. This is our fourth session and we are proud to present the figures of previous years.

student delegates in 2018


This year represents a landmark in our initiative’s history as we launched the Meet-up series for the first time to cater to the needs of Hungarian students throughout the year. At the first event in June, attendees had the chance to see the clash of the start-up and the corporate world in a roundtable debate. The latest event was in September, where students could hear an interview with Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Hungary on current affairs and the implications of Brexit and participate in a workshop on the art of public speaking.

By expanding our range of events beyond our flagship conference we not only kept our current audience engaged with our initiative throughout the year but significantly increased the number of students interested in being part of the

Future of Hungary

Following last year’s conference, 43% of student delegates applied to and completed an internship in Hungary during the summer. This number surpassed even our most optimistic expectations.
— Rebeka Gaál, Future: Hungary President 2019

Conference | 9 March 2019



Cambridge Hilton City Centre

This year’s session will be held at the historic Hilton City Centre, a beautiful hotel, and a true Cambridge landmark. Conference-goers will be presented with refreshments and a networking lunch during the day.


Corporate Partners

A unique opportunity to get a first-hand experience from firm representatives through workshops and the Careers’ Fair on what it is like to work with them. If you are considering an internship or graduate job in Hungary after graduation make sure to make the most out of meeting the biggest players in your industry. Attendants will be able to sign-up in advance to workshops which are of the most interest to them in order to secure their place.

The corporate partners section is updated continuously as we announce new partners.

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During Speaking of the Future experts will be sharing their thoughts on the future, on Hungary or both through the lens of their fields. Attendants will have the opportunity to sign-up in advance to talks which are of the most interest to them in order to secure their place.

The speaker section is updated continuously as we announce new speakers.


Melanie Seymour

Head of BlackRock Budapest


William Benko

Entrepreneur, coach, public speaker based in Budapest


Péter Baldaszti

CEO and Co-Owner of Nanushka

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János Tóth

Investment Associate at Sustainable ventures

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Norbert Lobenwein

Founder/Organiser of VOLT and Balaton Sound

Co-Owner of Sziget


George Greskovits

Director of Academic Studies at Milestone Institute


Dr Bence Kondor

Founder of KONDOR Group


András Volom

Founder and President at V4SDG

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Zsolt Frei

Director of the Institute of Physics at ELTE TTK

Leader of the MTA-ELTE Extragalactic Astrophysics Research Group

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Dr Julius Weitzdörfer

Research associate at Cambridge’s Centre for the study of Existential Risk


László Moravcsik

Project Manager at the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta

Gala Dinner

As a closing gala to our conference, this fine dining experience will be held at one of the historic buildings of Cambridge, providing a beautiful end to a productive day. We hope you will take this opportunity to establish further connections with our participants, and have great conversations over wine and cheese.

This year's venue choice is the historic University Arms Hotel. The hotel was first opened in 1834. It was originally built as a coaching inn to provide a resting point for travelers before the development of railway network in Britain. With its staggering interior and fine-quality dinner, it promises a superb venue to host our delegates.


  • 09:00-09:30: Arrival, Registration

  • 09:30-10:00: Opening Speeches

  • 10:00-10:30: Refreshments

  • 10:30-11:30: 1st Workshop Slot

  • 11:45-12:45: 2nd Workshop Slot

  • 12:45-13:45: Networking Lunch

  • 14:00-15:00: Speaking of the Future

  • 15:00-15:15: Refreshments

  • 15:15-16:15 3rd Workshop Slot

  • 16:30-18:30: Careers’ Fair

  • 18:30-18:45: Closing Speeches

  • 19:00-22:00: Gala Dinner

  • 22:30-: Afterparty

    This is a provisional schedule.

the organisers


The Organising Committee of the conference is a group of dedicated students, all within the top academic institutions of the UK. We are a diverse team, that believes in creating opportunity where it is closest to our hearts, at home. The conference’s aims and the level of dedication are not only a standard we strive for but a strong passion and belief on our parts. We believe that the feedback and experience of our past three sessions not only confirmed that we are on the right track but made us hopeful that our endeavour will come to fruition with an even better conference this year.

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Rebeka Gaál


University of Cambridge
Land Economy BA


Zsófia Belovai

External Vice-President

University of Cambridge
Psychological and Behavioral Sciences BA


Iarina Ciceu

Internal Vice-President

University of Cambridge
Geography BA


Márk Priam

Head of Social Media

University of Cambridge
Politics and International Relations BA


Ádám Fehérvári


University of Oxford
Philosophy, Politics and Economics BA


Borbála Tóth

Head of Participation

University College London
Arts and Sciences BASc