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Polish Institute in Budapest

The website aims to provide up to date information about Polish culture, science, education and cultural events organized by the Polish Institute: program, exhibitions, library, language courses.

British Council Hungary

United Kingdom's international organisation for educational and cultural relations works with Hungarian and British partners to present British learning and creativity. The council promotes UK education, English language and cultural exchange working both for individuals and for the mutual benefit of the UK and Hungary.

Finnagora - Cultural & Business Centre

Finnagora is the centre of Finnish culture, research and business in Hungary. Finnagora's aim is to promote interaction between the two countries, find partners and develop networks within different fields such as culture, education, research and business. Its premises are situated in Kelenhegyi út 16/A, 1118 Budapest. Finnagora organizes exchange programs, seminars for professionals and finds contacts and partners for different projects. Finnagora also offers a variety of services: Finnováció: a Hungarian language online magazine about economy, administration, science and education issued by Finnagora. Through the interviews and articles you can follow what is happening in Finland and it gives overview about current affairs from Finland for Hungarian readers. Directory of Finnish companies: database of companies present in Hungary that are either entirely or partly Finnish-owned, have Finnish background or have Finnish products in their line of business. Consulting services: consulting and advisory services tailored to meet customers' specific requirements. Traineeship programmes: Finnagora works as a partner organization for CIMO (Centre for International Mobility in Finland). Finnagora looks for traineeship placement offers in Hungary and provides information about CIMO’s traineeship programmes for Hungarian students.

Japan Foundation Budapest

The Budapest Office of the Japan Foundation was established in 1991 on the basis of Japanese-Hungarian bilateral government agreement as the fourteenth overseas office, with the aim of deepening Hungarian - Japenese cultural exchange via arts exchange programs, support for the study on Japan and Japanese language projects. Besides executing the open programs of the Headquarters made available for Hungary, Japan Foundation Budapest, under its auspices, runs several programs on its own and supports different local cultural events.

Hungarian Estonian Massive Progress

The Hungarian Heemp (Hungarian Estonian Massive Progress) organizes exhibitions of Estonian artists, or exhibitions that let people know more about Estonia. It also organizes Estonian film shows, camps, and some of the members translate pieces of Estonian literature to Hungarian as well. The Estonian Heemp has the same tasks. Everyone is welcomed on the programs, who would like to know more about the Hungarian culture, or simply would try Hungarian films, exhibitions or cuisine. In Estonia and Hungary these two associations work together, creating relations and remaining up-to-date.