Deputy Director of Federal Scholarship Board visits SZIU

13 Nigerian students awarded Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship arrived at SZIU on 20 October 2015. Due to centralised visa application procedure, the students were not able to start their studies earlier than 7 weeks after the beginning of the academic year. Seven of them were admitted to the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, five to the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and one to Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. The group was accompanied by Dr. C. C. I. Nwadei, Deputy Director of the Federal Scholarship Board in Nigeria and R. Obioma Nzewuji, Senior Counsellor and Head of Chancery at the Embassy of Nigeria in Budapest. On 21 October they met Dr. István Szabó, Director for International Relations and Dr. Zsuzsanna Tarr, Head of International Relations Office. The Nigerian guests expressed their intention to utilise the quote of 50 students dedicated to part-time education, which is set out in the Stipendium Hungarian Agreement.