MCC Acquires Stake in Private Int'l Uni in Vienna

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Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC), an interdisciplinary educational institution that seeks to foster talent in the Carpathian Basin, has acquired a stake in Modul University, a private international school in Vienna, MCC said on Friday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Modul University "fits perfectly" with MCC's profile, offering mentor-based instruction in small groups with a strong research focus and talent management tailored to individual needs, MCC said.

The school's staff come from over 40 countries and the language of instruction is English. Enrollment stands at 1,100.

Modul University's programs include ones in international management, sustainable development, applied data science, tourism, and hospitality management.

The university has a campus in Nanjing, China, in addition to the one in Vienna.

The acquisition is part of MCC's international networking which includes a training center opened in Brussels in the fall and a recent scholarship partnership with ESMT Berlin.

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