Environment, Geographic information systems (GIS), Remote sensing, Satellite technologies, Sustainable development goals, Water management

   

In cooperation with the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs and DG Joint Research Centre. This course is a part of the “Bridging ICTs and Environment” workshop series run by the ISEPEI project.

Course date

2 July - 6 July, 2018
Application deadline:
18 February, 2018

Travel information

Purchasing the ticket

Those receiving a travel grant need to book their ticket as soon as possible after notification. In most cases the amount of travel grant is less than the actual ticket price, and participants need to cover the difference from their own budget. This is why it is most important to make the ticket booking at the earliest date in order to secure the cheapest possible ticket. (In case participants have to decline their participation in the last-minute due to health or other reasons, they are personally liable for the costs of canceling their ticket. We cannot reimburse anyone for cancellation fees.)
 

Reimbursement policy for scholarship participants

Recipients of a travel grant from SUN will be reimbursed in Budapest upon their arrival based on the granted amount of travel specified in the acceptance letter. Due to restricted availability of flights to Budapest participants may arrive earlier and/or depart later than the course check-in and/or check-out dates. Such tickets will also be accepted for reimbursements up to the amounts specified in the invitation letter.
 
Shorter domestic trips and visa costs (including visa-related travel) are not reimbursed (unless specified otherwise in the Financial Information section of your course website).
 

Arrival and departure

Participants are expected to arrive the day before the course starts (e.g. if the course starts on Monday, the arrival day will be on Sunday) and depart the day after the last teaching day (e.g. if the last day of the course is a Friday, the departure day will be on Saturday).
 
If you plan to arrive/depart earlier or later than the above standard dates, you will be able to indicate this in the online Housing Form (links will be provided in the notification letter.)
For information on how to get to your hotel, check the 'Getting to your hotel' section in the Information Brochure 2017.
 

Exchanging money

Airports are usually not the best places to exchange money so bring with yourself enough cash to get started in Budapest (tickets for public transportation or the shuttle bus fare, transportation pass, etc.). More information on the shuttle bus service and public transport is available in the Information Brochure 2017
 
Also, see below a fairly reliable online Currency Converter which can help you estimate the amount of money that you will need:
 
 
Exchange money, as a rule, at a bureau de change or a bank; people offering to exchange your money in the street may deceive you with counterfeit money.
 

Where?

Depending on which hotel you are accommodated in, you have several options where you can exchange money:
If you are in the CEU Residence Center
Bureaux de change at Arkad Shopping Mall, Ors Vezer tere - basement or first floor
 
If you are in Star Inn Hotel
Several bureaux de change. When you come out of your hotel, take the second street on your left or right. That is Teréz körút (boulevard). You can find several reliable places to exchange money.
 
If you are at CEU Campus
There are several bureaux de change in Nador street or in front of the Basilica.