I graduated from the Károli Gáspár Reformed University as a teacher of History and Japanese Language. Fortunately, after receiving my certificate, I was able to find a job in a music high school in Budapest, where I taught general subjects, humanities, including history and ethics for 6 years. As a newly qualified teacher I found it very difficult to teach “art students”. However, with time, everything can be learned.
I consider myself an open-minded, curious, and a person with many interests. In my free time, I go to the theatre as well as to hockey games. People who know me often describe me as an advocate of justice and freedom. I do not really like conflict, but when someone is wronged, I usually stand up for that person, I do not leave things unsaid.
It is a well-known saying that history is important because we can learn from the past. I wish that people really lived by this saying, so we as a human race would be so much more ahead.