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How Can We Take Part Actively in Creating Europe Together?

The Europe for Citizens Programme has arrived to its mid-term so an interim report was made on behalf of the European Commission about the results of the period between 2014 and 2016. According to one of the most important statements of the analysis, the programme is relevant and reflects to the current questions, problems, and challenges of the European Union through the implemented projects. The number of applications is also very high, the oversubscription is constant.


CroCoos - Prevent dropout!

Every Student Matters!

The publication contains the implementation results of a project titled “Crosssectoral cooperation focused solutions for preventing early school leaving” (CroCooS). It lasted from the spring of 2014 to the spring of 2017, and was co-funded by the European Commission. This was a three-year-long strong cooperation among three Eastern Central-European countries – Serbia, Slovenia, and Hungary – with the support of some Danish and Dutch colleagues.



A collection of quality award-winning projects supported by the Erasmus+ and Lifelong Learning (LLP) programmes

Which are the coolest apps to be used in English classes? How can a 3D programme arouse the interest of would-be carpenters in traditional European architectural shapes? How can one working with SEN students benefit from movement therapy? Why is it worth treating students as partners during foreign traineeship?


Student Satisfaction Survey 2016

Hungary and Hungarian Higher Education according to International Students

On behalf of Tempus Public Foundation (in the framework of the Campus Mundi project) a study was conducted to reveal the opinions of full-time and part-time international students studying in Hungary, analysing their perceptions and attitudes towards Hungary, its educational services and mobility.


Hogyan vehetünk részt aktívan Európa közös építésében?

Mozaik magyar koordinálású projektekről az Európa a polgárokért programban

Az elmúlt évekhez hasonlóan Magyarország továbbra is az egyik legaktívabb országnak tekinthető az Európa a polgárokért programban. 2015-ben is nagyon sok magyar koordinálású projekt született.


International Partnerships for High-Quality Education

The best international educational projects in Hungary 2015

International Cooperation Quality Awards were awarded to institutions involved in public education, VET and adult education projects supported by the European Union's education and training programmes.


International Cooperation Quality Award 2013

The best Comenius, Erasmus, Grundtvig and Leonardo projects in Hungary

International projects of outstanding standards within Lifelong Learning Programme The For International Cooperation Culture Quality Award aims to recognise educational and training projects of outstanding quality, implemented with the support of Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP).


The Art and Science of Leading a School

Central5: A Central European view on competencies for school leaders.

Final report of the project: International Co-operation for School Leadership Involving Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden


The Bologna Process in Hungary


The present study has been compiled by András Derényi,on behalf of the Tempus Public Foundation, in the frame of the Bologna Promoters Network programme, financed by the European Commission. Its aim is to provide a snapshot on the current situation of the Bologna Process in Hungary. As such, it is strongly linked to the snapshots, reports and evaluations prepared regularly (biannually) in the frame of the process.


Equity and Education

Country Notes of a Central-European Project

The Tempus Public Foundation implemented a project in 2008 with the title: Equity in Education in Central Europe – a regional analysis with the support of the Hungarian Ministry of Education and the European Commission. The initiative was realised within the framework of an international cooperation the Central European Cooperation for Education (CECE) among ministries responsible for education in Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia.