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Hungary Territory

Hungary Territory

The arc of the Carpathians to the E and N, the extreme offshoots of the Eastern Alps to the W, the external slope of the Dinaric system to the S enclose one of the largest tectonic depressions in Europe, the Pannonian basin (or plain), which, included in mostly within the borders of Hungary, determines the dominant aspect of the landscape; however, due to the complex geological events that have gradually shaped it and the different composition of the soil, it…

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Hungary Higher Education

Hungary Higher Education

If you go to a vocational education, then you have the opportunity to get an internship in Hungary, and with a Danish high school diploma, you can apply for a higher education. Many universities have courses and educations in English. Hungary is located in Central Europe with borders to Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia and Austria. The capital Budapest is the country’s cultural and economic center and has about 1.8 million residents. After World War II, Hungary came…

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Hungary Education

Hungary Education

Training Education has long been a high priority in Hungary. In 1868, approximately simultaneously with several countries in Western Europe, Parliament passed a law on compulsory schooling for children between the ages of 6 and 12. Student competence in Hungary at both primary and secondary level has always tended to be high, especially in mathematics and nature-oriented subjects. The communist regime meant strict state monopoly for the education system with strong centralization. This monopoly was abolished completely in 1990, when…

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