Programs

  • Erika Sólyom, Director of American Corner Budapest, together with the representatives of the PAO and Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy, will deliver a presentation for the new Fulbright grantees about the activities of the American Corners in Hungary. Additionally, an interactive discussion will be conducted on how to adapt to cultural differences and benefit from divers social experiences in international and multicultural environments.
  • In commemoration of Martin Luther King Day - celebrated in January in the United States in honor of Dr. King who was best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent tools - the American Corner Budapest in co-operation with MigHelp is organizing a Nonviolent Communication (NVC) workshop in English. Present training is free of charge and is conducted by EVA RAMBALA, Certified Trainer of the International Center for Nonviolent Communication. NVC is effective in helping people suspend judgment, freeing them from prejudice and culturally-patterned expectations. This greatly facilitates intercultural interaction. Please note that limited seats are available. :: RSVP is required by noon, Thursday, 26th of January, 2017 to <amcorner@uni-corvinus.hu>
  • 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.
  • Are you ready for one of the best summers of your life? Learn more about how you can work and travel in the USA next summer, organized by US ADVENTURE. Meet one of the representatives of US ADVENTURE, who share his personal experiences about the program. Are you ready for the Adventure?
  • As part of our High School Outreach and Tolerance Series, the American Corner Budapest center will host a group of students from Radnóti Miklós High School at an interactive workshop dedicated to CONTEMPORARY ROMA ART. The program will be hosted by visual artist and creative mentor ERIKA LAKATOS, whose is a recipient of the 1997 "Photographer of the Year - Personal Vision" Award, Washington, D.C. Please find program description in Hungarian below.
  • The U.S. Embassy in Budapest and AC Budapest cordially invite you to the last Alumni Series event of the semester. The program is dedicated to INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY. The guest of the evening is DR. ADRIENN VÁRAI-JEGES who will discuss the national child friendly justice program organized by the National Office for the Judiciary, focusing especially on children's rights, child hearing and child hearing rooms in the Hungarian courts, the trainings for judges, the national conferences in connection with this topic and further results and aims. :: Registration | REQUIRED | KovacsV@state.gov
  • The first language club of the semester was dedicated to INTRODUCTION TO U.S. ELECTIONS. Our last TALC session will be hosted by Fulbright grantee MADELINE STEIN who will deliver a post-elections presentation with the focus on UNDERSTANDING TRUMP`S WIN and INSIGHT INTO A TRUMP PRESIDENCY. Registration | REQUIRED | amcorner@uni-corvinus.hu
  • The U.S. Embassy in Budapest and AC Budapest are pleased to announce that the next HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH program will take place at Berzsenyi Dániel High School, featuring a boogie-woogie pianist, an International Blues Challenge Finalist, WENDY DE WITT.
  • 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.