Magyar Felsőoktatás 2011Hungarian Higher Education 2011

'Hungarian Higher Education 2011' conference

Location: Corvinus University of Budapest

Date: January 25, 2012

The fourth CIHES conference highlighted three strategic themes of higher education: higher education funding, the missions of higher education institutions and internationalization. The speeches of the co-directors of CIHES were followed by the invited speakers’ presentations and later all the sections had a diverse discussion about the previously mentioned issues.  

The detailed program (in Hungarian) can be viewed here.




I. section

József Temesi (Corvinus University of Budapest): Strategic issues in higher education funding

András Jávor (Higher Education and Research Council): Need for the fine-tuning of funding

Júlia Varga (Corvinus University of Budapest - MTA KTI): The relationship between higher education and the labor market

Csaba Gárdos (Hungarian State Treasury): Fiscal control in Hungary, 2010 - 2012

II. section

Ildikó Hrubos (Corvinus University of Budapest): Institutional missions, types of institutions in higher education

Dux László (Ministry of National Resources): The national system of higher education in the light of the new law on higher education

Bódis József (University of Pécs - Hungarian Rectors' Conference): The Hungarian Rectors' Conference and the legislation

Liptai Kálmán (Károly Eszterházy College): Thoughts about the opportunities of a college within and beyond the borders


III. section

József Berács  (Corvinus University of Budapest): Internationalisation: a possible breakthrough point in higher education

Pál Hatos (Balassi Institute): International mobility strategies and approaches - the Campus Hungary program

István Fábián (University of Debrecen): Without borders: international challenges and opportunities in the Hungarian higher education

Krisztina Rozsnyai (Hungarian Accreditation Committee): Quality assurance of higher education in Europe


The conference was supported by the project: TÁMOP-4.2.1-09/1/KMR-2009-0005.