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To Hungary under the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program

Irina Bulakhova, a second-year student of the English Language Department, NMSTU, received a grant and got a unique opportunity to study in 2019-2020 academic year at the University of Debrecen, founded in 1538 and now ranked as one of the top five Hungarian universities.

This grant was announced by the International Collaboration Department of the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education according to the agreement on collaboration in higher education signed with the Hungarian Ministry of Social Resources. Irina, guided by Maria S. Gallyamova, her thesis supervisor, was included into a list of participants of the program on English and American Studies.

To get the scholarship, you should have a good command of English, great patience and nerves of steel. She had to collect documents, passed two Skype interviews and waited for a final reply. Perhaps, it seems to be easy in words, but we should mention that the application was filed in January, the interviews were in April and May, and a final result was not announced till late June.  

Now it has been already one week since Irina studied in Hungary. A difference in a studying process is clear: for example, there are requirements for credits, students should get a specific number of points/credits on every module under study. However, a set of subjects is selected by students depending on their academic interests. Skills Development: Reading & Speaking, British Civilization, Grammar in Context, The Structure of English are only a short list of subjects that Irina is going to study.

We wish Irina good luck and excellent results, and all other NMSTU students to welcome the chance offered in their student days. By participating in a challenging project, you fulfill your potential, grow and gain unforgettable experience!

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