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About Budapest Education

Program Administrator for Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education

Reflections of Budapest

By Sophia Hui – Pomona College, California, 2017 Fall student at BSME As I am writing this, I am missing Budapest and considering to apply for a Fulbright that will take me back to that beautiful city after graduation. I … Continue reading

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Four lessons learned from a BSME Internship

By Cory Saunders, 2016 Spring student at BSM On Wednesday afternoons, my classmate Erin and I walked ten minutes to Derkovits School in Budapest, Hungary to host a math club for seventh graders. With the guidance of workshops led by … Continue reading

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Goodbye Fall 2016 Group!

Hope to see you again soon!

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Spring 2016 Highlights

2016 Spring was a great semester with a tearful goodbye. Some photo memories. Math Origami Workshop: Spherical Geometry workshop: Concept Building and Manipulatives class: Megan made a Tower of Hanoi crochet for the Concept Building and Manipulatives Class, that she also … Continue reading

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Goodbye First BSME Group

We celebrated the end of the first BSME semester with a party at Réka’s. We ate palacsinta, talked in Russian, and played Dixit. We hope to see everyone again!  

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At Pósa’s Math Camp

We spent a day at a Mathematics camp founded by Lajos Pósa. We observed whole class sessions, group activities, and a beautiful view of Budapest. We chatted with students in the break, and Nolan even joined them for a Bughouse Chess game.

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Spherical Geometry Workshop

István Lénárt from ELTE University conducted a Spherical Geometry Workshop for BSME students. Students were introduced to the basics of spherical geometry and its uses in education through using Lénárt Spheres, the educational tool invented by the professor himself. They … Continue reading

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