June 2013 was the inaugural edition of the International Festival of Education, a celebration of culture and education held in the university city of Iași. 10 days of events, with live feeds on the internet and television coverage, annually draw more than 100,000 visitors to 5 open-air stages for theatre and musical performances by Romanian and international groups. Educational conferences form a key part of the festival, and linked events also take place in other Romanian cities.
Olympia International Film Festival was established in 1997, mostly addressing children and young people artistic needs. Around 65-70 feature and short films (fiction, animation, documentaries) participate in the International Competition section, and another 90-100 films are screened in the non-competition sections each year. The main goal of Olympia International Film Festival is to contribute to the children and young people film education with innovative programs such as the creation and the development of films (with workshops, seminars, etc).
Campus Festival held annually in the Great Forest city park of Debrecen has become the biggest open-air youth music event in the Eastern part of Hungary by now. Having an overall attendance of 98.000 for four days and offering a wide range of programs from mainstream pop to underground, jazz and world music, also including other art forms like theatre, cinema and outdoor activities, Campus is now an important factor in the Hungarian festival scene.