unlock your future potential
Non-formal education programs
At Engame Academy we work with talented high school students to help them find their place in the world, live up to their potential and find the most suitable higher education programme for them. We use progressive, student-centered approaches focusing on problem-solving, expeditionary learning, group work, project based learning and critical thinking.
We're providing everything that is missing from the Hungarian education system.
What would I miss if I left?
I'd miss the cheerful atmosphere of the office and the creative, inspiring people working here. I'd also feel the loss of Wednesday's yoga classes.
What makes our product special
We started advising high school students who wanted to study abroad.
We moved in to our third office in the middle of the city (Bajcsy 50).
We've started to offer programs for younger students, starting our Prep Year for 11th graders.
Lévai Balázs and Szabó Domonkos, co-founders of Engame got selected for the Forbes 30 under 30 list!
We completed our program, offering full year programs for 9-12 graders.
Lévai Balázs, Engame Co-founder and CEO got selected for the 50 Role Models of Hungary list.
We started to offer a Creative English Course for 8th graders.
We moved to our current office (Maros 12).
How can the employees affect the company’s life?
We offer a great deal of independece. As a continously expanding and evolving SME we give our team the chance to take part not only in execution but in planning and strategy too.
Trainings and workshops
We all get the chance to take part in professional development opportunities and conferences and we are always open to suggestions from our team members. We are also big fans of peer learning!
- Bike, public transport or car?
- mostly bike and public transport
- Ties or shorts?
- Sex ratio?
- female:male 2:1
Why we love our office
Which celebrity would your company be?
Personal qualities we appreciate
A sense of humor, patience, empathy - we're dealing with teenagers after all ;) (and their parents!)