Living Abroad always introduces a list of challenges both physically and emotionally, such as feeling out of place, culture shock, identity confrontation, and exploring new self-survival tactics. Being an international community, we at the Impact Hub Budapest understand these challenges and offer this evening as an opportunity to be part of a discussion that will provide the latest research findings about the psychology of living in a foreign country. This will be an interactive and facilitated dialogue for asking questions, connecting & reflecting on your experiences, expressing hopes and wishes, and sharing them with others in the same situation.

Please join us on Tuesday February 13th at 6pm at the Impact Hub Budapest for this thoughtful discussion and workshop.


Nóra Szűcs, originally from Hungary but living in Austria for more than 6 years and currently a member of the Impact Hub Vienna community. Nora is a lecturer and researcher in the field of expatriation, global leadership development and international human resource management at the Vienna University of Business & Economics. With many years of experience as an expat, Nora has lived in Sweden, in the UK, and is the author of the book ’Szárnyak és gyökerek: Külföldön élés – magyar nők szemével’ (Wings and roots: Life abroad – with the eye of Hungarian female expatriates):  She has been giving workshops for more than 5 years about such topics like culture shock, identity abroad, self-care abroad, empathy as well as feminine and masculine identity in a foreign country.

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Impact Hub Budapest


Date & Time

February 13 | 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm


Impact Hub Budapest


Updated on 03 February 2018