Exchange programs and projects supporting international knowledge exchange are two of key elements of our faculty's international activity. They promote the personal growth and professional development of our students and faculty. Our participation in the Erasmus+ exchange program is still ensured, allowing our students, faculty, and staff to engage in international mobilities. The extensive network we have established through the Erasmus+ KA 131 and International Credit Mobility projects enables remarkable synergies with the full-time programs such as the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship and Christian Scholarship Program.