http://www.tervlap.hu/cikk/show/id/3063 - Hungarian architecture portal tervlap.hu reports: Irish architects Sheila O'Donnell and John Tuomey have been awarded one of the most prestigious British architecture prizes. O’Donnell and Tuomey founded their firm in 1988 in Dublin.
http://vs.hu/kozelet/osszes/az-egykori-szovjetunio-europat-hekkeli-0930#!s1 - Hungarian news portal vs.hu interviewed Gerald Knaus, Founding Chairman of the European Stability Initiative, who opened the Frontiers of Democracy Initiative at CEU on September 18 with his lecture “The Rhetoric of Reaction – Pessimism, Complacency and Newspeak in 2014.” The event was organized by the School of Public Policy, CEU.
http://vs.hu/magazin/osszes/ahol-a-zaj-oromet-okoz-kezdodik-az-uh-fest-0927#!s0 - Hungarian news portal vs.hu reports: UH Fest, the most exciting experimental music festival of the country will kick off on Sunday and will last for eight days. This year’s festival features performances by nearly fifty performers from thirteen countries. The popular figures of the international underground and the formations yet to be discovered will step on stage as equals.
http://www.klubradio.hu/cikk.php?cid=179462&id=16 - Hungarian Klub Radio’s online portal reports: CEU Professor Michael LaBelle believes that it is advantageous for Gazprom to store natural gas in Hungary, but a bigger stock can also come in useful for Hungary, too, should supplies be cut off. As he said, the Russians need to keep their fuel somewhere, and there is plenty of space in the Hungarian gas storage facilities. Moreover, the Orban government will also get off the hook this way.
Hungarian political daily Magyar Hirlap reports: The Veritas Historical Research Institute aspires to change our relation to historical sources and the past, as emphasized by historian and director-general of the institute Sandor Szakaly at the press conference announcing the conference entitled “From occupation to occupation: Hungary in the grip of superpowers 1944-1949” to take place on September 29. The conference will be opened by Laszlo Kover, Speaker of the House.
http://www.stop.hu/tudomany/allasborze-kutatoknak/1265152/ - Hungarian news portal stop.hu reports: Research institutes, doctoral schools and companies will present their activities at the researchers’ fair to be organized on Friday on the Researchers’ Night in the Durer Event Venue in Budapest. The fair will host 24 exhibitors: among others, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA), Central European University (CEU), Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE), Semmelweis University, University of Pecs, and EIT ICT Labs.
Hungarian weekly Figyelo reports: In Hungary, the major elite higher education institutions such as Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Central European University, and Corvinus University of Budapest typically offer several programs. In the framework of Erasmus Mundus, the Hungarian institutions participate in fourteen master and one doctoral courses, also taking care of the international coordination of four of them.
Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the weekly, Figyelo, 2014.09.24. (pp. 24-26, Dupla diploma).
http://figyelo.hu/cikkek/409871-vallalkozni-jo - The online portal of Hungarian weekly Figyelo, figyelo.hu reports: The book is the fruit of the two-year work of nearly fifty volunteers, and its objective is to boost entrepreneurship while presenting the best practices and ethically constructed companies.
http://www.hirado.hu/2014/09/24/bokros-ha-falus-egyetert-a-moma-programjaval-az-lenne-a-logikus-ha-o-lepne-vissza/ - Hungarian national television’s online portal reports: The interests of the working people should be represented by the working people in the capital, too.
Hungarian political and economic weekly, HVG published an article about accredited courses in Hungary. Among the several higher educational institutions CEU is also mentioned, stating among others that in Academic Year 2013-2014, 246 Hungarian citizens are attending CEU tuition-free and 21 others are receiving partial tuition waivers. Of those 267 students, 193 receive full or partial fellowships, which include a stipend for living expenses. The total value of the tuition scholarships provided for Hungarian degree-seeking students is 798,950,000 HUF.