Just as I completed my MsC last year at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), I've been asked to go give context and advice on the possibility of using Drupal with people at the Central European University in Budapest. They were looking at content management systems such as Plone and Drupal and were trying to scope their work and the possibilities they have for converting to an Open Source system. I gave them details on Drupal: some of the key components available, high profile sites using the system, support options they have, the rate of progress within the community, and they were impressed.
I almost forgot about this before they got back to me recently saying that they choose Drupal and would like to publicize their job offer for an in-house Drupal consultant, who could help migrate their data, bootstrap their work and educate other team members on Drupal. Now that Drupal 6 is shining brighter with CCK and Views out in full force, there is no question they are planning to use Drupal 6.
Their job offer is now posted on Drupal.hu, so if you are interested, drop them your CV and cover letter: http://drupal.hu/forum/full-time-drupal-developer-central-european-unive... They are looking for applications until November 30th, before they close up with the application deadline.