Future: Hungary is the annual Careers & Future Prospects conference of the Cambridge University Hungarian Society, in collaboration with notable speakers and companies representing Hungary.
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.
We believe there are multiple benefits of attending the Future: Hungary conference, such as:
As part of the event a brochure will be published for students, in which companies and institutions taking part in the event will include their own materials, including details of their intern and graduate placements in Hungary.
We offer our top partnering companies to hold a plenary speech on their vision of the Future of Hungary and the opportunities they offer to participants.
Participants will have the opportunity to take part in four workshops during the event which will ensure a high level of engagement throughout the session. Proposed forms include an audiovisual presentation, a case study or a group discussion.
Besides our standard tickets, dining tickets are also available which include a traditional formal dinner in one of the wonderful colleges of Cambridge. If you are not already a member of the society please choose the non-member tickets.
The London based office started its operation in January 2016. The initiation was founded by the Hungarian government, within the framework of the National Talent Program. The Program intends to build a connection amongst talented young people in the United Kingdom and in Hungary. Beyond ‘building bridges’ the program supports to share knowledge and experience between the youth in London and in the motherland.
Our goal is to approach the talented Hungarian youth, living in England, and to create a platform which provides an opportunity to establish a professional partnership both locally and in Hungary.
Beyond building a community, it is essential to inform young people about new professional possibilities, researches, mentor programs in Hungary as well as in the United Kingdom.
Our intention is to address those youth who study in England or work in the research, art, creative, financial, medical or IT sectors. However, we would like to also focus on those young adults who qualified in Hungary but never had the chance to work in their profession, but are eager to develop and proceed. br> br>
Vice President CUHS