2020. August

Sectoral procedure for non-Hungarian students' entry

Procedures regarding the rules of entering Hungary and special medical examination for non-Hungarian students and higher education staff.

Sectoral procedure for non-Hungarian students' entry

Group Meeting for Internationalization in Velence

The International Relations Center has organized a team-building day at UPE Water Sports and Recreation Center in Velence on 22 August with the two faculty groups that had participated the UNM (USA) intensive training program in 2019 and 2020.

Group Meeting for Internationalization in Velence

2020 FISU World Forum to be enjoyed for one more year

As a result of the immense interest shown in the 2020 FISU World Forum held at the University of Physical Education, Budapest between 12 and 14 August, all programmes will be made available on the digital platform for those who have registered.

2020 FISU World Forum to be enjoyed for one more year

2020 FISU World Forum ends in Budapest

The International University Sports Federation’s (FISU) first virtual World Forum ended with the closing ceremony held on Friday afternoon when 2022 World Forum host Costa Rica took over the FISU flag from Hungary. The online event saw a record number of attendees and many relevant topics were discussed.

2020 FISU World Forum ends in Budapest

We do not let university students down during pandemic!

Following the opening ceremony on Wednesday, the International University Sports Federation’s (FISU) first virtual World Forum continued on Thursday with a number of interesting programmes including parallels, roundtable discussions and the eSport championships.

We do not let university students down during pandemic!

Historical 2020 FISU World Forum starts in Budapest

The International University Sports Federation’s (FISU) first ever online World Forum started on Wednesday 12 August with the opening ceremony held at the University of Physical Education (UPE), Budapest. The event was broadcasted by one of the Hungarian sport TV channels.

Historical 2020 FISU World Forum starts in Budapest

FISU Forum: ready, steady, go!

The digital 2020 FISU World Forum is set to start on Wednesday, 12 August at the University of Physical Education (UPE). The online event will be attended by 1,400 participants from more than 100 countries worldwide, which is a figure that has never been seen in FISU’s history. One day before the start of the Forum, Mr. Dániel Mezei, leader of the Organizing Committee (OC) talked about the preparations and his expectations.

FISU Forum: ready, steady, go!

2020 FISU World Forum introduced at press conference in Hungary

A press conference with an immense media attention was held at the University of Physical Education (UPE), Budapest two days before the official opening ceremony of 2020 FISU World Forum. Dr. Verena Burk, Chair of FISU Educational Committee also delivered a live speech through the digital platform. It was also revealed that the Hungarian sports channel Sport2TV will broadcast the opening ceremony.

2020 FISU World Forum introduced at press conference in Hungary

Digital 2020 FISU World Forum can be useful in the long run

The main organisers of FISU World Forum, the University of Physical Education (UPE), the Hungarian University Sport Federation (HUSF) and the Technology Provider Digital Success Program (DSP) expect different benefits from the Forum. Interview with UPE Vice-Rector, Dr. Tamás Sterbenz and DJP project supervisor, Dr. Levente András Gál. 

Digital 2020 FISU World Forum can be useful in the long run

Interest in FISU Forum exceeds all expectations

FISU’S first ever online Forum to be staged at the University of Physical Education (UPS) between 12th and 14th August 2020 has received more than 1,200 registrations so far, a figure that is still expected to rise. The Hungarian University Sport Federation (HUSF), which is one of the main organisers of the Forum, had made a good decision with its partners when it persisted with the ambitious plan to keep the event despite the pandemic.

Interest in FISU Forum exceeds all expectations