Kerpel-Fronius Talent Support Programme

kerpel-fr-logoThe Kerpel-Fronius Talent Support Programme was set up by the Senate of the university in 2007 to find and continuously support exceptionally talented incoming, current and graduated students. Since 2017 the programme has been open to international students as well. The programme is run by the Talent Support Council with the help of the faculties’ representatives.

Semmelweis University’s outstanding teachers and researchers volunteer to become mentors and are responsible for one exceptionally talented student’s academic advancement, support and application for the scholarship.

Enrolment in the programme is based on the student’s academic results and a personal interview, and successful applicants are offered individual mentoring and scholarship opportunities by the programme.

The Jellinek Harry Scholarship is run by the Kerpel-Fronius programme which provides the opportunity for 6 students per year to study at the universities of Heidelberg and Freiburg. The Semmelweis Foundation sponsors 7 students per year for their outstanding scientific, cultural and public activities.

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