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Applications open for ReConnect Hungary 2020!

Apply for the 2020 Hungarian Birthright Program today and begin the journey to rediscover your Hungarian self. 

Applications for the 2020 ReConnect Hungary Birthright Program are now open until January 31, 2020. Now is your chance to immerse yourself in Hungary's current scene, rediscover your heritage and make lifelong friends with fellow Hungarians from all over North America.

Need help with your application? We are always here to assist you. Contact us, and we will give you all the support you need through the process.

VIEW THE 2019 DETAILED PROGRAM MANUAL

AM I ELIGIBLE?
You must be of Hungarian heritage, between the ages 18-28, U.S. or Canadian citizen, and not have lived in Hungary past the age of 12.
 See all requirements

HOW TO APPLY? 
Click here to read more about the application process.

WHEN IS THE DEADLINE?
You must submit your application by January 31, 2020.

WHEN WILL I FIND OUT IF I HAVE BEEN SELECTED?
Once you have completed your application and submitted all your documents, it only takes 2 weeks to find out if you have been accepted.

WHEN IS THE BIRTHRIGHT TRIP?
ReConnect Hungary 2020 will take place June 18 - July 3, 2020. 
VIEW THE 2019 DETAILED PROGRAM MANUA 

 
 
Watch the interviews with the 2019 ReConnected Participants
ReConnect Hungary Birthright Trip
 

 

ReConnect Transylvania - July 2020

An extraordinary opportunity to experience Transylvania for a week in July.
The complete immersion trip uncovers the region's natural beauty and Hungarian historical landmarks. Visit charming ancient villages and castles and get to know local people, traditions and gastronomy.
View the 2019 Transylvania trip itinerary, and the 2019 trip photos.
 

Sarah Carroll, RH ‘18

The program helped me not only to come close to my ancestry, but find myself and a path for my future...

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Mark Czeisler, RH'18

ReConnect Hungary is a fantastic way for young adults of Hungarian heritage to learn.

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Madison Fritz, RH'18

The program provides a network of Hungarian people, who can all share something.

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