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Corvinus launches talent support program for needy students

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Corvinus University is launching a talent support program for students in need, according to profitline.hu.

The Gyula Illyés Program is a one-year, intensive talent support training program at the Corvinus University of Budapest for high school graduates whose parents and foster parents are not graduates and have not yet been admitted to any higher education institution.

According to the institution's announcement, students participating in the program will receive intensive English language and mathematics training free of charge, as well as a net scholarship of HUF 130,000 per month for 10 months.

In addition, the university provides free dormitory accommodation, hot meals once a day, mentoring, a monthly Budapest pass, a monthly reimbursement of the cost of traveling home to the countryside, a laptop for studies and a telephone and internet subscription.

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