Call for Proposals: Embassy Budapest – Small Grants Program

The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Mission in Budapest, Hungary is pleased to announce funding availability through the Mission’s Public Affairs Small grant program. This grants program supports projects of up to $25,000 proposed by Hungarian non-profit organizations, individuals, and cultural/educational organizations that aim to promote mutual understanding between the United States and Hungary. …

Read More»

Alum of the month: András Gerevich

András Gerevich Writer, translator, editor, and teacher Fulbright Scholar 2001-02 Alum of the month – September 2019   “Be focused, work hard, never shy away from a challenge — but also, learn to relax and enjoy your life” If you are interested in literature you’ve probably already heard about him. He writes, translates, edits and …

Read More»

Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Summer Institute for High School Students

Fully funded US SCHOLARSHIP for 16-18 year-old Hungarian students who speak fluent English and who are interested in international relations! The Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Summer Institute activities include discussions of global issues of common interest with European and American students; leadership and media training; collaborative project development; community service; educational travel; and plans for …

Read More»

#FBI110 Trivia Winners

Did you get it right? Find out the correct answers to our #FBI110 Trivia questions. Questions and Answers What’s the FBI’s motto? Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity https://www.fbi.gov/history/seal-motto Name one US television show that talks about the FBI work overseas We received lots of great answers! Out of multiple correct examples, one show that talks about the FBI’s …

Read More»

Ambassador Cornstein Visits CEU

Today,  Central European University (CEU) President and Rector Michael Ignatieff welcomed Ambassador David B. Cornstein to the university. “I was pleased with the opportunity to visit CEU today and meet some of the very talented faculty and students. It’s an impressive academic institution and an asset to both Hungary and the United States. I support its continued operation …

Read More»

Remarks by Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. David J. Kostelancik in Honor of the 25th Anniversary of the Hungarian-American Fulbright Commission

You are members of a truly impressive society, joining an elite club of top achievers in the humanities, sciences, and the arts for the past 70 years.  Since the Fulbright program started in 1946, there have been more than 370,000 “Fulbrighters” from over 160 countries.

Read More»

Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of the United States to Budapest David Kostelancik issued the following statement:

The United States is disappointed by the accelerated passage of legislation targeting Central European University, despite the serious concerns raised by the United States, by hundreds of local and international organizations and institutions, and by thousands of Hungarians who value academic freedom and the many important contributions by Central European University to Hungary.

Read More»
Show More ∨