Programs

  • Come and join us for an hour at the American Corner Budapest to sharpen your resume writing skills and polish your CV with a native speaker, WYLIE HUGHES. At our newly launched CV tutoring session, you will have the opportunity to learn the essentials and tricks of CV writing.
  • As part of our High School Outreach Series, the American Corner Budapest center will host a group of high school students. Presentation about the recent U.S. ELECTIONS will be delivered by Fulbright grantee MADELINE STEIN.
  • International Education Week (IEW) is dedicated to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This year, IEW is celebrated between November 14-18, 2016. Dedicated to IEW, the American Corner Budapest in co-operation with Fulbright EducationUSA organizes a university outreach program about the importance of international education. Presentation about studies in the U.S. will be delivered by Kornélia Litkei from the Fulbright EducationUSA advising center. Please note that registration for the event has been closed.
  • As part of our High School Outreach Series, the American Corner Budapest center will host a group of high school students. Presentation about the recent U.S. ELECTIONS will be delivered by Fulbright grantee ALLISON PINGLEY.
  • The guest of the evening will be MR MÁRTON UGRÓSDY who will discuss THE RESULTS OF THE 2016 U.S. PRESIDENTAL ELECTIONS. How did Donald Trump rise above all Republican candidates, and who were his supporters? What is the ‘ground game’ and how did it affect the final results? What kind of United States will the next president inherit? What we know for sure is that the 2016 election season was anything but usual, and most of what we knew about American politics seemed invalid for a long time. Join us for a post-mortem of the two campaigns, and ask your questions about the future of America and the World. RSVP required | KovacsV@state.gov
  • International Education Week (IEW) is dedicated to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This year, IEW is celebrated between November 14-18, 2016. Dedicated to IEW, Erika Sólyom, Director of AC Budapest, will deliver a presentation for groups of high school students about the history and mission of American Corners as well as the importance of international education and intercultural communication.
  • The American Corners in Hungary are joining AmCham’s U.S. Election Night Party, and will host a booth to provide information for participants on the U.S. elections and government. The AmCham U.S. Election Night Party is an invitation only event, organized in cooperation with the Embassy of the United States in Budapest.
  • As part of its Kids Corner Series, American Corner Budapest (in co-operation with Ethnosound and Két Egér Bookstore) presents HARMONIC HALLOWEEN. Join us for a cool Makers Space event to create scary Halloween objects and listen to hair-rising stories by Olivér Artúr Tóth from Két Egér Bookstore. Following the tradition of our funky themes (GREEN HALLOWEEN two years ago and, BAT-TIME BEFORE BEDTIME last year,), this year we spice our Halloween program with the introduction of various musical instruments that make scary-creepy sounds, presented by János Gerzson from Ethnosound. Tricky arts and crafts session is our treat for the day. Registration is NOT required for the event.
  • As part of its University Outreach Program, American Corner Budapest will host a group of students from the Budapest Metropolitan University of Applied Sciences studying political and organizational communication. Students will receive information regarding the mission, networking activities, and organizational setup of American Corners worldwide and in Hungary. Additionally, an interactive discussion will be conducted on good practices of intercultural communication with the team of the American Corner Budapest. Please note that registration for present event has been closed.
  • Our next ALUMNI SERIES event dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness Month is hosted by DR. BEATRIX KOTLÁN, PhD, from the National Institute of Oncology. The guest of the evening is a two-time Fulbright alumna, an immunologist, who dedicated her life to cancer research and the development of new immunology-based cancer treatment strategies that can cure cancer. She will focus on the great potentials of cancer immunotherapy, a breakthrough in the scientific and medical arena of cancer drugs and treatments. Dr. Kotlan will also give a short overview about the "Give Life a Chance through Cancer Immunotherapy” educational and scientific event she has recently organized in the National Institute of Oncology, Budapest. Attendees will also hear about Cancer Awareness programs and the new „Cancer Research Marathon” initiated with the Hungarian League Against Cancer. :: RSVP required | KovacsV@state.gov :: Please note that the NEW LOCATION of the program is Room#104 in Building "C" at Corvinus University of Budapest (Kozraktar u. 4-6., 1st floor)