Hungary’s first dual graduates receive degrees
MTI Sándor Ujvári
Some 17 students of the first dual training program launched in Hungary received their degrees on Saturday from Kecskemét College after completing a three-and-a-half year course, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.
(Photo: MTI/Sándor Ujvári)
László Palkovics, state secretary of Hungary’s Ministry of Human Capacities, called the university the “institution of the future” due to its dual training provided to students in cooperation with Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary Kft. and Knorr-Bremse Fékrendszerek Kft.
Piroska Ailer, the rector of the college, said that the training that was launched as an experiment in 2012 has grown into an exemplary, country-wide acknowledged course.
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