GS Law officials, faculty meet with Hungary Ambassador for academic exchange, research activities

UST Graduate School of Law Dean Jacqueline O. Lopez-Kaw, DCL, Faculty Council Member Atty. Rey Alejandrino, DCL, and academic staff Atty. Allan Gepty, DCL met with the Ambassador of Hungary to the Philippines, the Hon. Titanilla Tóth, on May 7, 2024 (Tuesday) to discuss potential collaborations with local universities.

According to Dean Lopez-Kaw, the discussions with Hungarian diplomats centered on student exchanges, faculty residency, and co-advisorship of GS Law theses and dissertations. In a Facebook post by the Hungarian Embassy, they expressed optimism in “bringing together higher education institutions to maximize student and faculty potential, most especially with our Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship program.”

The Graduate School of Law offers the degrees Master of Laws and Doctor of Civil Law programs online. Students from both the Philippines and abroad are welcome to apply.

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