Scholarship opportunities acquired, administered and awarded by the Bethlen Gábor Foundation in Aiud, which may be awarded through an application process.
We offer the following opportunities for students to apply for the 2022/23 academic year:
1. DR. FICZERE ANDREA SCHOLARSHIP
The prize was offered by Dr. Ficzere Andrea, MD, and deposited in the account of the Bethlen Gábor Foundation. Dr Ficzere Andrea is the Director General of Uzsoki Utcai Hospital and President of the Hungarian Hospital Association. She completed her university studies at the University of Medicine in Debrecen. She has a medical degree in neurology and rheumatology. She also defended his Ph.D. degree here. Later, he obtained a degree in health management from Corvinus University of Budapest.
The aim of the scholarship is to stimulate interest in science, medicine and pharmacy among students and to support those who wish to pursue higher education in these fields. Read more
2. HANGOY LÁSZLÓ SCHOLARSHIP
The prize was offered by Dr. Hangody László, who deposited it in the account of the Bethlen Gábor Foundation. Prof. Dr. Hangody László, Professor, Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Department of Traumatology, Semmelweis University, Péterfy Sándor Hospital, Trauma Centre – Professional Director, Uzsoki Utcai Hospital, Orthopaedic Traumatology Department – Head of Department. His aim is to stimulate interest in science among students.
The prize is open to students in Year 12 from the Real Sciences class of the Theory Department. Read more
3. SEPSI NOÉMI ZSUZSANNA PRIZE
The prize was donated by the parents of the late Sepsi Noémi Zsuzsanna, a senior student at the college, Sepsi Lajos and Márta, who set up a foundation to secure the prize. The purpose of the prize is to cherish the memory of Sepsi Noémi Zsuzsanna and to promote interest in Hungarian language and literature among the students of the college.
The prize is open to Year 12 students who have achieved the best results in the Mikes Kelemen Hungarian Language and Literature Subject Competition. Read more
4. SIMON LÁSZLÓ SCHOLARSHIP
The prize was founded by Simon László Jr. was founded in memory of his father, the late Simon László, who was a teacher of pedagogy at the college. The prize is awarded once a year at the end of the school year and at the graduation ceremony.
The prize is open to students in grades 9-12 from the real sciences in the theoretical sciences. Read more
5.BAJUSZ PÁL PRIZE
The prize was created by a donation from a teacher training graduate in 1974. The prize is presented each year by the widow of Bajusz Pál, if she is able to accept the invitation. The scholarship fund is deposited by the sponsors at the headquarters of the Bethlen Gábor Foundation.
Candidates: students with an outstanding artistic record. Preference will be given to those with musical talent. The prize is open to students of Bethlen Gábor College. Read more
6.ROAD TOWARDS THE MICHELIN STAR – PROFESSIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Board of the Bethlen Gábor Foundation in Aiud and the Scholarship Committee of Bethlen Gábor College in Aiud are inviting applications for the “Road towards the Michelin Star” Scholarship. The aim is to stimulate interest in the profession among students. The prize is awarded once a year at the graduation ceremony.
Who can apply: the prize is open to graduating students of professional grade XI.C. Read more
7. MOLNÁR ÁRPÁD SCHOLARSHIP
The Board of the Bethlen Gábor Foundation and the Scholarship Committee of the Bethlen Gábor College in Aiud announce the awarding of the Molnár Árpád Study Scholarship. The prize was established by the Holányi and Sebestyén families in memory of their father, the late Molnár Árpád, who was a teacher of pedagogy at the College. The scholarship is awarded once a year at the 15 March ceremony. Four scholarships will be awarded from the scholarship fund deposited by the sponsors in the account of the Bethlen Gábor Foundation.
The prize is open to students in grades 9-12 in the Education classes. One prize will be awarded for each grade.Read More