Erste Hungary, Kaposvár University agree on cooperation

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The Hungarian subsidiary of Erste Bank and the University of Kaposvár signed a cooperation agreement Thursday under which the two institutions will engage in research and education activities, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today.

The agreement stipulates that Erste Bank Hungary is eligible to request industry analysis and review of research papers from the university, while students of the university will be offered training opportunities by the bank. The two parties also agreed to launch joint professional training programs. 

The agreement affects the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the university, according to the MTI report.

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