Jelenleg 4 bejegyzés található September 2017 dátummal

The Philippines opened the new season of the Ambassadors’ Forum at Ludovika

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The first guest of the new semester of the Ambassadors’ Forum at Ludovika was H.E. Maria Fe T. Pangilinan Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of the Philippines to Hungary who hold her presentation titled “The Philippines Today and Bilateral Relations with Hungary” in the St. Ladislaus Chapel of the Ludovika main building.

H.E. Maria Fe T. Pangilinan has served as ambassador in Budapest since 2015. Her Excellency has studied in Sweden and Belgium in the field of international law and worked for the United Nations as well as the Foreign Service Institute before. Her foreign relations career was started at the consulate in Bonn and then in Bern in the position of deputy and later chief secretary. She served as Chief Consul at the Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines in Prague, Barcelona, and Bucharest, Athens and even London. Her current responsibility extends to Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina as well.

As a lead up to the presentation, the audience was treated with a colourful presentation on the natural beauty, flora and fauna, as well as cuisine and traditions of the Philippines. The country consists of 7641 islands, and its inhabitants speak 120 languages next to numerous dialects. Her Excellency mentioned that despite of the young populations, they have to face many issues currently.

The country has a very rich history. It was first a Spanish colony, and later came under the influence of the United States. It was occupied by Imperial Japan during the Second World War and it finally gained its independence on July 4th, 1946. Following the war, the whole country, including its capital city Manila, had to be rebuilt. After it gained independence it had to face many internal and external challenges including communist and Muslim insurgencies, bankruptcy, indebtedness, financial crises, voting fraud and corruption. Under the governance of Fidel V. Ramos, the economy flourished, but it was destroyed by the monetary crisis in 1997. Currently, Rodrigo Duterte serves as the President of the Philippines since 1946.

Her Excellency highlighted that her country is one of the founders of the United Nations and also of the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations). Its foreign policy rests on the three principles of maintaining national security, furthering economic prosperity and ensuring the right of Filipinos living abroad. As more than 10 million Filipinos live abroad, this is a really important task too.

To achieve these aims, they try to be on good terms with more and more nations. Her two roundtable partners were Dr. János Jelen, rector of the Dharma Gate Buddhist College, and Ferenc Jári, Director of the South and Southeast Asian Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Hungary. The event was moderated as usual by NUPS’s foreign policy expert, Dr. János Bóka, Vice-Dean for Science and International Affairs at the Faculty of International and European Studies.
Dr. Bóka highlighted that the purpose of the event is to encourage an open and honest discussion between embassies in Hungary.

“The Philippines is a curious meeting point of east and west, full of charming people and picturesque scenery that cannot be compared to anything else, and Hungary also has many ties of the Philippines”, remarked the Vice-Dean.

According to Ferenc Jári, the cooperation with the Philippines fits right into the colourful foreign policy of Hungary nowadays. The close relations between the Philippines and the united States was also mentioned and according to Her Excellency, “the Unites States is one of the most reliable ally of her nation.” To the question regarding how this relationship changed in the recent past, the Ambassador replied that although they have a bilateral defence treaty with the Unites States, they know that they are not the only nation under the protection of America. Everybody wants to react to out changing world, and living together peacefully in this world has increasingly more importance. According to János Jelen, the colourful religious background of the region rests on mutual respect and understanding, which encourages this. According to Ferenc Jári, time is also needed for good developments to show.

The Ambassadors’ Forum at Ludovika is going to be continues in October with Estonia as the guest of the next event. 


International Welcome Day

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The National University of Public Service has gained great popularity at the international level with its fall semester opening with 124 incoming students from all around the world.

The students were greeted with the traditional “Welcome Day” ceremony on 14 September in the Assembly Hall of the Ludovika Campus. The international students were welcomed by Dr. (Pol. Col.) Judit Nagy, Vice-Rector for International Affairs, as well by several Deans and Vice-Deans from NUPS’ faculties.

The domestic appreciation of NUPS is further enhanced by the increasing level of interest in its programmes at the international level. While most incoming students arrive through the Erasmus+ Programme, an increasing number of students start their MA and PhD studies at NUPS based on the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme or their respective individual self-financing.

This semester 94 exchange students have arrived from Europe via the Erasmus+ Programme. Furthermore, 30 students have come from non European countries, representing several nationalities from Africa and Asia.

NUPS has reached remarkable achievements in Hungary in Erasmus+ international credit mobility projects and is currently among the leading universities receiving support for mobility beyond Europe. Consequently, and due to the national Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship, the ratio of international students at NUPS is continuously growing, just as the scope of sending countries and the ratio of incoming students from non European countries. An integral part of NUPS’ internationalisation efforts is to have these students actively engaged in university life. Accordingly, both central administration, faculty and student organizations strive for a quicker and more efficient integration process as well as for more available services.


The New Academic Year is a Milestone in NUPS’s Life

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Most students of the National University of Public Service are starting the new academic year in the new buildings of the Ludovika Campus.

Students from both the Faculty of Law Enforcement and the Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration have moved into their respective new buildings and students of the Faculty of Law Enforcement also have a new dormitory and special educational facility from this year.

Over the weekend, almost 1000 students have moved into their new accommodation in NUPS’s dormitories. 590 of them reside in the Orczy Dormitory built a few years ago, and 300 students now live in the new dormitory of the Faculty of Law Enforcement. The freshman students of this faculty are taking their five-week-long basic training at the Farkasvölgyi Campus. They are going to move over to the Ludovika Campus on 24th September. The new educational building is mainly going to be used by students of the above mentioned faculties and their faculty administration, as well as their various departments are also located in this building. The offices of both deans are here too.

Students of the Faculty of International and European Studies study at their usual home in the Ludovika Main Building, and students of the Faculty of Military Science and Officer Training still have their Hungária Campus. The programs of NUPS’s fifth faculty, the Faculty of Water Sciences also retained their facilities and students study in Baja like in previous years.

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New Semester with New Buildings

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Most students of the National University of Public Service are starting the new academic year in the new buildings of the Ludovika Campus.

Students from both the Faculty of Law Enforcement and the Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration have moved into their respective new buildings and students of the Faculty of Law Enforcement also have a new dormitory and special educational facility from this year.

Over the weekend, almost 1000 students have moved into their new accommodation in NUPS’s dormitories. 590 of them reside in the Orczy Dormitory built a few years ago, and 300 students now live in the new dormitory of the Faculty of Law Enforcement. The freshman students of this faculty are taking their five-week-long basic training at the Farkasvölgyi Campus. They are going to move over to the Ludovika Campus on 24th September. The new educational building is mainly going to be used by students of the above mentioned faculties and their faculty administration, as well as their various departments are also located in this building. The offices of both deans are here too.

Students of the Faculty of International and European Studies study at their usual home in the Ludovika Main Building, and students of the Faculty of Military Science and Officer Training still have their Hungária Campus. The programs of NUPS’s fifth faculty, the Faculty of Water Sciences also retained their facilities and students study in Baja like in previous years.

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