University of Jordan News (AJA) Suha Al-Subaihi – Today, the International Affairs Unit of the University of Jordan, in collaboration with the Hungarian Embassy in Amman, organized a Hungarian Cultural Day in the presence of the Hungarian Ambassador to the Kingdom, Atila. Kale “.
The event, which was inaugurated by Dr. Zayed Eyadat, Vice President for International Affairs, Quality and Recognition, representing the University President, aims to introduce scholarships to university students and those interested in Hungarian culture and language. The Hungarian government offers postgraduate students.
During a meeting with Rogina Sorani, the cultural attache of Kali and the embassy, Eyadat said that the relationship between the university and the Hungarian embassy was different at all levels, adding that he wanted to host the ambassador at the university to give a talk. On the Hungarian state’s diplomatic relations and foreign policy.
In a speech he gave at the opening ceremony, Kali expressed his pleasure at the meeting, emphasizing his desire for further cooperation between “Jordan” and Hungarian universities.
The Ambassador provided a glimpse into the history of Hungary in addition to valuable information on the provision of scholarships for all students by the Hungarian government, including a few short video presentations on Hungary’s cultural, linguistic and cultural heritage. Worldwide, Jordan has the largest number of scholarships, with an estimated 400 annual grants.
Dr Hadil Al-Yasin, director of the International Affairs Unit, said the university had agreements with three Hungarian universities in the Erasmus Plus academic mobility program, noting that the university was hosting a Hungarian lecturer to teach Hungarian language courses. In addition to offering a free Hungarian language course at the university’s counseling center for students who have benefited from the scholarship. Hungarian government.