The UD is going to hold its end-of-academic-year closing ceremony in Nagyerdei Stadion. On Saturday, July 4, students of 5 faculties received their diplomas, while on Saturday, July 11, students of as many as 9 faculties, 2500 graduates altogether, will be receiving their diplomas at the ceremony that will start at 5 pm.
A special place, Nagyerdei Stadium hosted this year’s graduation ceremony due to the pandemic.
Universities governed by foundations will enjoy greater autonomy from the government, the prime minister’s chief of staff, Gergely Gulyás, said at a regular press briefing, commenting on the expansion of a scheme to place certain universities on a semi-private footing.
The Bálványos Summer University and Student Camp in Băile Tușnad (Tusnádfürdő), in central Romania, looks set to be cancelled this year amid the situation around the novel coronavirus epidemic, according to reports by commercial HírTV.
A career training scheme dubbed Europe of Nations launched by the justice ministry and the National University of Public Service has attracted a six-fold oversubscription, the justice minister said.
The innovation and technology ministry has submitted a proposal to parliament on reforming Budapest’s University of Theatre and Film Arts.
An official of the innovation and technology ministry signed a strategic cooperation agreement on developing digital therapies in Hungary with representatives of Budapest Semmelweis University and biotech company Oncompass.
The six more universities to be run by foundations will be able to meet future challenges more flexibly, a state secretary of the innovation and technology ministry said.
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Hungary’s medical universities are launching a screening programme on Friday to estimate the actual number of people infected with novel coronavirus and their spread across the country, Béla Merkely, the head of Budapest’s Semmelweis University, said.