Pázmány Péter Catholic University
Pázmány Péter Catholic University was founded in 1635 and has been continuously operating ever since. It was officially recognized and registered in 1993. The Faculty of Humanities was opened in Budapest in 1992, but moved to Piliscsaba in 1994, a newly built campus designed by the famous architect Imre Makovecz. We have launched a number of our courses in Budapest since 2012. Due to the increasing significance of the social sciences, our Faculty was renamed as Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in 2012.
Course: Pázmány EUFA Lab
Tutor: Andrea Pócsik Ph.D.
EUFA is a unique opportunity to deepen our knowledge about contemporary film art, to develop students' skills in project work and practice cooperative competition in order to be nominated as the representative of Pázmány EUFA Lab in Hamburg. It is a great challenge and responsibility for all of us to be part of this new initiative that educates emancipated students through extending the right of selection and judgement of recent, highly valuated film products of European film art. /AP