MCC’s formal educational trainings aim to provide students with sound theoretical and practical knowledge providing a solid professional foundation of the different disciplines and with individual development and a unique approach. All these put together represent such a stock of knowledge that is impossible to be imparted on talented young people in mass education. MCC’s individualised interdisciplinary training in small groups supplementing traditional higher education is a gap-filler in Hungary and is a rarity elsewhere in Europe too. Currently, six of such schools are open for students to apply. These are the Law School, the School of Economy, the School of International Relations, Media School, Mindset-Psychology School and the School of Social Sciences and one of our short-term goals is to introduce history and sociology trainings as well. Following the British model, the Schools are divided into Workshops where the heads of schools and workshops, as well as the constantly expanding faculty of teacher scientists organise lectures and conferences, coordinate scientific research, are involved in the book publication programme of MCC, publish studies, articles and, through the media, participate in the expert analysis and the interpretation in plain language of the developments in the world and in Hungary.
The Schools are headed by reputable Hungarian experts, academicians and faculty members with long experience in higher education. We believe that broad-mindedness and multi-disciplinary approach are important attributes of future talented leaders, therefore we give the opportunity to our students and encourage them to attend lectures of other Schools and we invite our teachers to organise joint professional programmes for the students.