The interest in Mathias Corvinus Collegium's (MCC) unique training programs is growing: the talent development center starts the new academic year with more than 3,700 students. The expansion of the Foundation has been significant also in geographical terms. MCC programs are now available in 23 cities across the Carpathian Basin. In the academic year 2021/2022, several new teachers and lecturers from home and abroad will join MCC to help students who are willing to act for their future and as well as the nation.
Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) starts the new academic year with an opening ceremony. In 2021/2021, more than 3,500 young people will pursue their studies in the Foundation's unique training programs. The event included an address by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and a lecture by the British historian Niall Ferguson.
From autumn, the unique training programs of Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) - the Young Talent Programme (FIT) and the Secondary School Program (KP) - will be available also in Zalaegerszeg. After renovations, the old town hall building will be the home of the MCC training center in Zalaegeszeg.
The space in front of the MOL Main Stage at Széchenyi Square was packed with people who came to listen to the well-known broadcaster Tucker Carlson’s talk entitled "The World According to Tucker Carlson".
Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) will present its talent development programs and community life, as well as exciting public discussions and colorful popular music concerts under the title "We Give a Voice to Talent". MCC Fest will take place in Esztergom between 5-7 August.
A Mathias Corvinus Collegium munkáját anyagi- és terméktámogatás mellett immateriális javakkal is segítheti.
A Mathias Corvinus Collegium Alapítvány köszön minden támogatást! Az Önöktől kapott összeget tehetséges diákok támogatására, rendezvényekre, táborok költségeinek fedezésére fordítottuk. Szíves felajánlásaikat a jövőben is örömmel várjuk.