In 2007, she graduated from the Faculty of Philology of Babes-Bolyai University with a degree in Hungarian-English, and in 2008 she completed her Master’s degree in British Cultural Studies.
In 2007, she was appointed to the English Department of Bethlen Gábor College in Aiud.
Since 2017, she has been the college’s educational adviser.
Activities at the school: chair of the Further Education Committee, chair of the European Projects Committee, chair of the Class Teachers’ Committee, class teacher, member of the school’s Governing Board since 2017.
In 1980 she finished her secondary school studies at the Bethlen Gábor College in Aiud. She graduated from the Faculty of Humanities of Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca with a degree in Hungarian language teaching. From 1986 she was a teacher at the college, from 1992 to 2005 she was the diocesan director of the Reformed secondary school of the college, and from 2011 to the present day she is the deputy director of the college. Since 2011, she has been a member of the Board of Trustees of the Bethlen Gábor Foundation in Aiud, is responsible for the Godparent Programme and is in charge of applications.
As a teacher and head of an institution, she considers it her main vocation to serve the interests of the mother tongue culture, national identity and survival in the diaspora. She has been awarded the Bethlen Prize (2006, Synod of the Reformed Church in Romania), the Makkai Sándor Prize (2007, Synod of the Reformed Church in Hungary), the Memorial Medal (2016, Association of Hungarian Teachers in Romania).
Studies: 2002 – Graduated as Secretary of the School – University of Alba Iulia December 1-1918.
1988- Graduation exam – Bethlen Gábor College in Aiud. Jobs:
1991 – April 1 – to date – Secretary of Bethlen Gábor College in Aiud
I was born in Ocna Mures in 1952, I started my schooling there, then I continued in Cluj-Napoca at the Technical College of Energy, where I graduated in 1972. I graduated in physics from the Babeș-Bolyai University and started my teaching career at the Agricultural College in Aiud. In 1990, I took up a teaching post in physics at Bethlen Gábor College and have been teaching here ever since. In the autumn of 2000, we established the Fenichel Sámuel Self-education Group of the College, which provides research opportunities for our students. We have participated in numerous local, national and Hungarian student conferences and competitions and have been awarded more than half a hundred diplomas. 87 articles by our students have been published in Nature World and Culture. We have devoted much attention to the College’s past: its famous teachers, distinguished students and rich collections. In addition, we explored Transylvania and discovered its ethnography, natural treasures and curiosities. Student articles summarise these studies. Feedback shows that they have benefited greatly from the activities at the university, many have continued their research and are successful in their chosen careers. And I have learned a lot alongside and from them.
|Ifj. Lőrincz Zoltán|
He finished high school at the Bethlen Gábor College in Aiud, where he graduated in 1973. He continued his studies at the “Bábes- Bolyai” University of Sciences in Cluj-Napoca, majoring in History and Philosophy, and in 1979 he obtained a degree of Licentiate. After graduation, he taught history and geography at the Hungarian section of the Lunca Muresului primary school. Since January 1990 he has been a titular teacher and vice-director of Bethlen College. From August 1992 until 2001 he was the director of the College and taught philosophy. In 1992 he was awarded the degree of teacher of the first degree. In 2012, he led a delegation of three students to the Parliament in Budapest, where he gained an extremely useful experience during a week-long study visit. After 1992, he reported on the Hungarian broadcast of Radio Bucharest and Kossuth Radio. His articles have appeared in newspapers and magazines at home and abroad. After 2001 he worked as a teacher of history and philosophy and also as a class teacher. His academic research is mainly concerned with the intellectual history of the College, closely related to Hungarian and European culture. His lectures and studies have appeared in various publications and textbooks.