Noemi Anna Kovacs

Position: 
European Cooperation Projects Officer

Contact information

Building: 
Jozsef Attila u. 24
Room: 
102.
Phone: 
+36 1 327-3000 x 2620

Noemi joined the ACRO as Academic Cooperation Projects Coordinator in June, 2009. Her main responsibilities include the administrative and financial management of all academic cooperation agreements and projects related to teaching, student and staff mobility (excluding the Life-long Learning programmes), FP6 and FP7/People Program (Marie Curie grants), and the CEEPUS Program.

Being a European Cooperation Projects Officer Noemi became responsible for the management of Horizon 2020 / Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions research and mobility projects, Erasmus+ higher education projects, various fellowship programs of the university and the central management of Teaching Development Grants and Undergraduate Summer Conference Funds. 

Professional Development

  • ”The Way Forward and the Green Paper on Mobility of Young People” Conference – Lund University, Sweden, October 2009
  • FP7 Marie Curie Financial Workshop by EFP Consulting Finance Helpdesk – London, UK, November 2009
  • NKTH workshop on Marie Curie Individual Actions – National Office for Research and Technology, Budapest, 2010
  • Higher Education Policy in the Age of Knowledge Society - MA course by Dr. Liviu Matei, CEU Budapest, 2010
  • Project meeting with research partners at Sabanci University, Istanbul, May 2012
  • Tying it all together. Internationationalisation, excellence, funding and social dimension in higher education - ACA Conference, Helsinki, June 2012
  • 3rd EM-iDEA (Bringing the Erasmus Mundus community together to Disseminate, Exchange and Act) Conference - Vilnius, July 2012
  • PEOPLE 2012 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions in Horizon 2020 Conference - Nicosia-Cyprus, November 2012
  • ERACON 2015, Erasmus Congress and Exhibition - Porto, Portugal, May 2015

Work Experience

  • Central European University, Academic Cooperation and Research Support Office, European Projects Officer, June 2009 – present
  • Nemzeti Kiválóságok Kollégiuma /„National Excellence” Public Foundation, Programme Coordinator, 2007-2009
  • Collegium Budapest, Institute for Advanced Study, Research and Development Projects Assistant/Desktop Publisher, 2006-2009
  • Mágus Kiadó/Sirály Kiadó book publisher – In-house Editor, 2002-2006
  • Teacher and translator on freelance basis - 1995-2006
Language proficiencies
  • Hungarian  - first
  • English - fluent
  • Italian - fluent
  • French - pre-intermediate

Qualification

MA in English and Italian Language and Literature - Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary
BA in Cultural Management - ELTE, Hungary
Advanced vocational training in Desktop Publishing - Schola Europa, Budapest