Beáta is studying at CEU this year, thanks to the CEU Alumni Scholarship.
In her own words:
Before CEU I studied Applied Economics at Budapest’s Corvinus University. Additionally, I took Economics and philosophy courses at Rajk László College for Advanced Studies.
Additionally I worked with several groups, including the Szexi Közgáz team, operating a blog to popularize economics amongst high school students. With other students we organized the Neumann Award for Professor Alvin E. Roth, and I participated in organizing the Migration Section for this year’s Central European Conference.
I hope that at CEU – thanks to the diversity and proactivity of the students – we will be discussing the problems of our society and will attempt to shape our environment.
I couldn’t be more thankful to the alumni donors for their contribution, and I hope that we will be able to give back at least as much to the university and to society as they have invested in us.
Happiness is a Piece of Cake says Beata in her blog. Take a look at her guide of the best brunch places and confectioneries in Budapest that can be handy during busy academic year.