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International Futures Studies Competition 2008

Aims of the Competition: To highlight the importance of reliable forecasts in the field of economy in our days; To familiarize a wider public with futures studies, its development and techniques, in different contexts; To present the results of empiric surveys regarding future; To feature alternatives to the future of the selected area in short, middle and long term perspectives.

International Franz Liszt Piano Competition

The International Franz Liszt Piano Competition of Utrecht (the Netherlands) has a reputation as one of the world’s most prestigious piano competitions, and is also known for the thorough and professional support it offers young musicians. The Competition is devoted entirely to the piano works of Franz Liszt. This exclusive approach and the Competition’s programme of extensive career support, as well as the many international concert engagements it makes possible for its Prize winners, have given the International Franz Liszt Piano Competition an entirely unique profile within the landscape of international music competitions.

Hungarian Multicultural Center

The Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc. International Artist-In-Residency Program was founded in 1995. Supportive, nurturing, inspirational... the HMC offers a unique opportunity for artists chosen from around the world: the opportunity to reside and work as a resident artist in an atmosphere designed to stimulate personal vision and encourage new and exciting artistic expressions. HMC has collaborated on a variety of residency models including several programs in Budapest, Csopak, and Balatonfured.

Hungarian Scholarship Board

Scholarships for International Students and Researchers: HSB supports the present and future international academic elite by awarding scholarships and grants predominantly funded by the Hungarian Ministry of Education. Target groups include undergraduate and postgraduate students, with a special emphasis on doctoral candidates, academics and scientists, tutors and researchers. Scholarships for Hungarians: HSB also supports the academic and personal development of outstanding Hungarian undergraduate and graduate students, academics and scientists. Promoting the Hungarian language: HSB offers a wide range of opportunities to learn the Hungarian language at summer university courses in and outside Budapest. Each year 250 students are given this opportunity under the protection of a scholarship system.