As part of ‘Közös Nevező 2018’ we are hosting our 2nd Meet-up of the year on 22 September at A38. At the event Rebeka Gaál (President, Future: Hungary) will interview Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Hungary, Iain Lindsay OBE and Jennie King, Director of Education and Culture at the British Council Hungary. Benkő Vilmos, Founder of Speak Academy will hold a workshop on the ‘Art of Public Speaking’ to demystify a subject, which seems evident to some, while appalling to others.
The first Meet-Up brings you the hot topic of ’Companies vs. Start-ups’ in the form of a coordinated discussion!
You can expect a lively clash of experience-based expert opinions about the advantages and disadvantages of each sector. In addition, answers to what will bring you joy and success in one but not in the other sector, and why some people find it difficult to adapt to one, while easily excel in the other. Participants of the roundtable dabate will elaborate on the potential challenges and rewards depending on which career path you choose. Besides, as always, you will have the opportunity to meet new people and expand your network.
The organising committee in collaboration with the project "In London for Hungarian Talent" would like to cordially invite you to the 3rd edition of the Future: Hungary conference, at the Hilton Cambridge City Centre, on the 17th of March 2018.
The aim of the conference is to bring you closer to the biggest, most well-known international and Hungarian employers and to familiarise yourself with the various career opportunities within Hungary.
It is also meant to be a great opportunity to meet fellow Hungarian students studying in the UK and have a memorable day together.
The Cambridge University Hungarian Society in collaboration with the project "In London for Hungarian Talent" would like to cordially invite you to the 2nd edition of the Future: Hungary conference, at the University of Cambridge, on the 18th of March 2017.