COACH-CUHS-OHS Meeting

Members of the COACH, CUHS, and OHS Committees held a meeting on April 30, 2020. The purpose of the discussion was to strengthen ties between the alumni club and the university societies. The Minutes can be downloaded here.

COACH, the club for Oxbridge alumni with ties to Hungary, has started a Mentoring Program, an opportunity for finalist undergraduates and Masters students to gain one-on-one career guidance. Unfortunately, applications for this year have closed. However, they will reopen next year at the following site: https://oxcam-hungary.org/mentoring-programme/.

Minutes, 2020 March & April

A Committee Meeting was held on March 13 and April 3, 2020.

During the first meeting, a variety of topics were discussed: creating new committee roles, clarifying finances, Easter Term events, offer holder events, maintaining the membership list, and ents ticketing. The minutes can be downloaded here.

The second meeting was brief. We discussed the cancelling of events, website maintenance, and a minor constitutional amendment. The minutes can be downloaded here. The amended constitution can be downloaded here.

Manifestos 2020

Please find the manifestos of all candidates for the 2020 Committee elections below.

President and Vice-President

Balázs Németh and Ákos Marton
Proposed by Nóra Csitári, seconded by Nóra Schultz

Secretary

Kada Williams
Proposed by Nóra Csitári, seconded by Ákos Marton

Junior Treasurer

Bence Balázs
Proposed by Nóra Csitári, seconded by Ákos Marton

Events Officers

Dániel Boros & Luca Gál
Proposed by Nóra Csitári, seconded by Bence Balázs

Access Officers

Dávid Kliment & Zsombor Verkmann

István Koós & Nóri Ruzsiczky

Brexit: the current situation – and what to do next

The Embassy of Hungary in London held a discussion evening with British officials where Tamas Stenczel and Sara Mandoki participated to get information regarding the implications of Brexit  from first hand. Please find attached the summary booklet with all the information currently accessible.

The UK will leave the EU on 29 March 2019 and will move to a transition period until 31 December 2020. If you arrived to the UK before the end of this period, you will be able to apply for staying here and can finish your studies in peace with fees and student loan as now. The application process will be simple and cheap (<£100). There is no need for you to do anything now, but it is advised to do the application as soon as possible after it will be open.