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University of Sopron was represented in China, Educational Global Partners Conference

The representatives, Dr. Tibor Alpár, Vice Rector, György Szili-Török, Centre and Sales Manager at Centre for Business Relations and Innovation and Ms. Katalin Krajczár Sári, internationl coordinator at the Centre for International Affairs participated on the Educational Global Partners Conference, in Nanjing, during the end of April 2024.


SONG0002-opq804518846.jpgThe iStudy Education Group has long been a partner of the Hungarian Rectors' Conference (MRK) in promoting Chinese higher education cooperation. This year, their annual conference, the Educational Global Partners Conference (EGPC), was held for the 13th time from April 22 to 24 in Nanjing. The event was attended by more than 150 Chinese universities, as well as international partners, students, and agents associated with iStudy.

As part of the conference, the ‘China-Hungary Education Forum’ and Education in Hungary events were also organized, along with agent workshops for international student recruiters, personal meetings, and numerous other activities focused on fostering collaboration. Additionally, a special bilateral conference with universities from Guanxi Province took place on the last day.



Currently, the second biggest number of international students comes to Hungary from China. The goal of the Hungarian Higher Education institutions is to significantly increase the presence of Chinese students in the Hungarian higher education, offering them world class educaiton programmes, in a safe and liveable environment. Providing globally recognised degrees, with excellent career opportunities. 

The University of Sopron offers 3 Bachelor, 6 Master programmes in English, also offering several options in it's 3 doctoral schools in the topics of Economics and Management, Forestry and Wildlife Management and Wood Engineeting and Creative Industries. 


The representatives of the University of Sopron also visited the campus of Shandong Academy of Forestry Research Institute, during their meeting they could change thoughts about the potential collaboration opportunities among our institutions. 


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