How does patronage work?
We are pleased to announce that our language magazine is already available in 32 countries.
Looking at the range of distribution, it is clear that our subscribers predominantly live in “western”
countries (Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland) and North America
(Canada, USA). We are answerable to inquiries from countries all over the world. Unfortunately, many
representatives from Hungary’s neighbouring countries (which have become the place of abode for vast
numbers of Hungarians too) are not able to subscribe to Magyarul tanulok due to the limited budgets of their
departments or organizations. Teachers and colleagues from several departments with financial difficulties
have, however, signalled that they would be grateful if they could obtain copies free of charge. Similar
requests reach us frequently, many of which would surely be very willing to help too.
With your support, we would also be able to provide a number of schools, universities and libraries
with a copy of our Magazine. Please send us us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
if you wish to subscribe to our magazine
for one of the addressees listed below. (Here, you are requested to include your payment address together
with the number of magazines as well as the number of the particular issue you wish to start ordering
for your “sponsor child”.) The invoice will be sent to you while the magazine will be immediately
forwarded to the addressee of your choice.
We would like to publish all the names of our sponsors next to the names of the institutions receiving this
support on our homepage. Of course, we also appreciate and understand those who prefer to help anonymously.
With your help, the following institutes would be able to obtain a copy of our language magazine:
Chair of Hungarian Studies at the University of Warsaw
Chair of Hungarian Studies at the University of Zagreb
The following institutions wish to express their thanks
The Chair of Hungarian Studies at the University of Prague and the Hungarian Institute in Prague for the subscription starting with number 7 sponsored by Mr. István H. Tóth
The Chair of Hungarian Studies at the University of Warsaw for a subscription sponsored by Mrs. Marika Radda
The Chair of Hungarian Studies at the University of Warsaw for 10 copies of the first issue sponsored by Mrs. Luise Kirisits-Staber
The Chair of Hungarian Studies at the University of Zagreb for 1 copy each (number 4 and 5) sponsored by Mr. Alexander Janich
Ms Oksana Rusu from Bukarest for the subscription beginning with the 3rd number sponsored by Dr. Gellén János