The Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) and the European School of Management and Technology Berlin (ESMT Berlin) have officially signed a cooperation agreement that will allow more than 20 Hungarian students to study at Germany's top business school each year. In addition to the unique opportunities for students and researchers, this cooperation will also deepen the academic and economic relations between Germany and Hungary.
“The Mathias Corvinus Collegium offers the most ambitious talent development program not only in Hungary but in all of Europe” said Balázs Orbán in his opening remarks at the international conference of the Leadership Academy on Wednesday. The Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) reminded participants that in an era of crises, challenges cannot be addressed by a standard toolkit or approach. Instead, there is a need for dynamic leaders, who possess a good heart and the ability to go beyond the existing framework to create and make their own rules.
Continuing to build its international network, MCC has acquired a stake in the Modul University in Vienna, which will provide unique training and study opportunities for MCC students and Hungarian students from the Carpathian Basin. Furthermore, the talent institution will be involved in major international research projects as well.
Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) courses will be launched in Kaposvár and Dunaszerdahely in Upper Hungary. Applications are now open for primary and secondary school students for the programs starting in September. With the expansion, MCC will provide education for more than 7000 students in 28 locations.
Applications are now open for the international training courses organized by the Roger Scruton Legacy Foundation at the University of Oxford. The Scrutopia Summer Program and The Oxford Seminar offer MCC students a unique opportunity to learn from some of the world's most renowned professors. The international networking of Mathias Corvinus Collegium offers students the opportunity to apply for prestigious UK scholarship programs, as part of a partnership between MCC and the Roger Scruton Legacy Foundation.
A full house and more than 150 MCC students welcomed Jordan B. Peterson at the Budapest Sports Arena. The world-famous Canadian professor and psychologist spoke about value judgment, the role of ethical thinking, and the importance of faith and family.
Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) is expanding its range of training courses with a unique opportunity: one of Europe's top business schools, the European School of Management and Technology Berlin (ESMT Berlin), is entering into a long-term, extensive cooperation with MCC.
Mathias Corvinus Collegium students will now have the opportunity to take part in academic, literary, and public life programs at the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford, under a cooperation agreement with The Roger Scruton Legacy Foundation (RSFL). The document has been signed in Budapest by Zoltán Szalai, Director General of MCC, and Sophie Scruton, Director of Horsells Farm Enterprises, the widow of Sir Roger Scruton, the world-famous conservative philosopher, in Budapest.
The festival success story continues, MCC Feszt again in Esztergom, at the end of July: renowned international and Hungarian experts, opinion leaders, the cream of Hungarian pop music, and exciting family and interactive programs, all set against the magical backdrop of Esztergom, the historical jewel of Hungary. For the third time this year, Mathias Corvinus Collegium is organizing its highly successful festival. The MCC Feszt will feature new speakers and programs, as well as a renewed line-up and stages between 27-29 July.
Speakers, academics, and experts from all over the world will gather at Mathias Corvinus Collegium's latest international conference to address the horrors of war and the discourse on peace. During the two-day event, a number of Hungarian and foreign experts will discuss the geopolitical, social, and economic effects of the Russian-Ukrainian war, the conditions, and possibilities of peace. The MCC Budapest Peace Forum will be held on 6-7 June at the Budapest headquarters of the talent institute.