“Premium Scholarship Program” in Transylvania
organized by the Foundation of Gábor Bethlen College (BGK) in Aiud
The Foundation of the Gábor Bethlen College in Nagyenyed announces the Aracs-Trischler scholarship, which is donated annually by János Aracs and Zsuzsanna Aracs Trischler, who live in Budapest.
With this scholarship, the couple intends to support Hungarian education in Transylvania and at the same time commemorate the historical struggles of their family.
As part of the Premium Scholarship Program, we support an exceptionally talented and hard-working boarding student who has completed the 9th grade of the school year, which means full board and 50,000 Huf teaching aid support per semester.
The support covers the following areas:
- provision of teaching aids for the supported student;
- if the student spends the weekend in the internship, his/her meal expenses are also covered;
- facilitating the preparation for various competitions by the Gábor Bethlen Foundation (for example, purchasing technical books);
The Premium Scholarship can be awarded to the boarding student who has completed the 9th grade and has the highest academic average. The scholarship is redistributed annually among the current 9th graders.
The class master submits a recommendation for the scholarship, indicating the 9th grade student academic average.
Based on this, the awarding of the Premium Scholarship is decided by the Scholarship Committee of Bethlen Gábor College and the Board of Trustees of the Bethlen Gábor Foundation, taking into account the above conditions, at the beginning of each academic year.
If you would also like to increase the core capital of the Premium Scholarship Program and create the opportunity for more students to receive the Premium Scholarship, you can do so by clicking on the following link:
President of the Gábor Bethlen Foundation
director of Gábor Bethlen College
Aiud, 515200, Romania
Mobile: +40 731026814
Office phone: +40 787565 334
Dr. Gyula Kálmán Szőcs
vice president of the Gábor Bethlen Foundation
- Budapest, Botond u. 14. I. e. 7.
Mobile: +36 209660444
Phone office: +36 13404873