Iván Vatev

Iván Vatev

Hi. My name is Ivan Vatev. I am from Bulgaria, but I live in Budapest for more than 10 years now and I love it. I have a BA in International Economics. I love music and I am guitarist in a metal band. I also like a lot of sports, this year I got a lot into street workout (there is a cool street workout place near the University ). If you have any questions or problems I would be happy to help you. I look forward meeting with you on our programs 🙂

Tíme Túri

Tíme Túri

Hey! My name is Timi. I am an energetic, kind, and helpful person (this is what other people say..:D ). I study Environmental Engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. I really love hanging out with my friends, do sports and outdoor acitivities. I also keen on scuba diving, travelling, and getting know with other people and cultures.

Péter Tomasovszky

Péter Tomasovszky

My name is Peter. I study architecture. I like music and arts. I really want to know other countries and cultures, this is why I am one of the mentor team. I like football also and other sports with balls. I really hope that you will have great time in Hungary and I would be glad if I could help you in something.

Máté Görög

Máté Görög

Hi, My name is Mate and I study mechanical engineering. I used to live 6 years in Budapest all together and I spent most of the time out somewhere exploring the pleasure side of the city. Contemporary art,product design,pop up installations and events that’s what I’m looking for all the time. Speaking of sports,I do long distance running,ice skating during the winter and I ride a longboard or a fixed gear bicycle wherever I go.

Máté Igaz

Máté Igaz

Hello, my name is Máté Igaz. I am the founder of this mentor organization, and I am the responsible for the management of the mentor network. I am an open-minded person, I like to travel, and make new friendships around the world. I hope that we get to know each other during this awesome year #EnjoyBudapest. I am looking forward to meeting you.

Dávid Tóth

Dávid Tóth

Hi, my name is Dávid Tóth. I finished my BSc as an environmental engineer and two years ago i started my MSc as a mechanical engineer. One year ago i went to Finland within Erasmus+ program. I am part of the BME futsal team and i like to do a lot of activities, like table-tennis, running, gym exercises. I also like to travel and find new frineds, and it makes me happy, when i can help to someone. Please don’t hesitate to aks for help. 🙂

Bettina Csarkó

Bettina Csarkó

Hi! I study international economics. I start my third year as a Bsc student in September. I like playing tennis, watching movies, listening to music and hanging out with my friends. I am a huge fan of formula 1 racing, I was at lot of Hungarian races. I know Budapest well, so if you need a tour guide I will help you with pleasure.

Viktor Vadai

Viktor Vadai

Hello, my name is Viktor and I study transportation engineering on BSc level. I was born in Budapest and I’ve always lived here, so I dare say that I know the city pretty well, and I’m also happy to show it to anyone. I like many kind of outdoor activities, like hiking or riding a bike. but my main hobby is just travelling around, and trying new things, meeting new people. I explored many amazing places in Hungary and Europe in the last few years, so if you also want to do this and need some good ideas, just ask me 🙂

Zoltán Sebődi

Zoltán Sebődi

Hi, I am Zoltan, I am 23 years old, I am studying international economy, last year was my first year in the university. I dont like to spend my time to do nothing, I am always on the move. I really like to hang out with my friends, explore new places around Budapest. I do skateboard-ing, and I am offical photographer in the university. I am always open to meet new peoples around the world. I cannot wait to meet with you.

Balázs Laza

Balázs Laza

Hello everyone! My name is Balázs Laza. I am studing International Business at BME. I also have a E-Concept development BA diploma from Copenhagen. I am an easy-going and always helpful young man. Open for new challenges and to get to know new people. I love to playing football, cooking and also hanging-out with friends. I’m really looking forward to meeting you guys and please feel free to contact me if you have questions! My advices to new arrivals: // Be open to new experiences // Participate in as much activities as you can // Explore the city of Budapest // See you around the UNI!

Lilla Starkbauer

Lilla Starkbauer

Hi, my Name is Lilla, and I am studying architecture. This going to be my last year in the uni. I have been living in Budapest for 5 years, and I love this city. I am sure you also goint to love staying here. I think the city has so many things to offer whatever your interests. And we will trying to help you to bring out the best of your stay. I am looking forward to meeting you guys!

Máté Domokos

Máté Domokos

Hello, I’m Máté a masters student at the faculty of chemical and bioengineering. I’m a down to earth person who has always been found of organizing and participating in all kinds of international programs, meetings. I’ve had the luck of already exploring many countries and their cultures. I’m convinced we all can learn from each others different experiences. I’m glad you chose our university BME as the one where you want to finish your studies and broaden your views. Wish you all luck, and hope you will enjoy your stay in our country. Last but not
least just as my fellow mentors mentioned earlier, feel free to contact me and I’m looking forward meeting you during our programs and events.

Dávid Hajdú

Dávid Hajdú

Hi! I studied environmental engineering in BME, so I can speak a lot about the myths of environmental protection. I like travelling so much and I’ve already tasted most of the Europe-an countries. I spent a semester in Finland, I did El Camino and I was in Iceland too. I’ve organised several trips to my friends as well, so you can ask me if you get bored with Buda-pest. 😉

Dániel Hedari

Dániel Hedari

Hi, im daniel, 23. Im doing my final year in architecture. Im half hungarian half lebanese. I like discovering new places,cycling, watching movies, playing guitar or games. I didnt grow up in Budapest so i dont know the secret places, but i have friends and 3G, so that shouldnt be a problem. I already planned some gd stuff. Looking forward to meeting you!

Nikolett Selmeczi-Kovács

Nikolett Selmeczi-Kovács

Hi, my name is (Niki) Nikolett Selmeczi-Kovács, and I am a bachelor student at BME, learning environmental engineering, and I will finish my bachelor studies this semester. I started mentoring because I have been to many parts of the world, and it was always easier if somebody local helped me with my journeys. So I decided to be this person. I actually love travelling, and wish to see many more places, but I also like reading, and having a quiet night in with a book. I also like extreme sports and I have an eclectic musical attitude. I hope you all like Hungary, and will come to all our programs. I know that sometimes it is like getting lost when you go to a different country to learn so I am always glad to help, so you may be able to find your place. As Alice in Wonderland said: there is no such thing like impossible. Together we can do everything.

Gábor Bánkuti

Gábor Bánkuti

Hi, I’m Gábor and I finished BME as an electrical engineer in last year. Me and my friends are starting up a webdesigner company. My life goal is to change the culture of social media via my startup concept. My hobby is electronic music. In high school I was a Dj and I had an electronic punk band. I’m looking forward to meeting you and when you look for fun or you want to go out just write me 😉

Elina Hajna Torma

Elina Hajna Torma

Hi, my nam is Elina. I studied architecture at BME for some years before realising I am more intrested in cultures, languages and social sciences. Although I am not a student anymore I still help out as a mentor. I usually spend my free time with friends, watching movies or learning languages. I am keen on travelling and try to do it as much as possible. I grew up in Budapest and I truly love its liveliness. This city is a real treasure in the heart of Europe and although the life here has its ups and downs I am certain that you‘ll enjoy your time here and I hope you will make the best out of it.