A tale about bleeding education
Students manipulated by the left lie that the government makes higher education impossible, dictatorships, lies, spreads false news. Meanwhile, the reality is that education and higher education are also evolving at an unprecedented rate. Now we show the reality on the example of the University of Pécs.
Modern Cities Program - Spectacular modernization at the University of Pécs. Developments have been underway since 2016, several buildings have already been completed.
As part of the Modern Cities Program, the Hungarian government supports the University of Pécs with HUF 24.8 billion, the aim of which is to strengthen the competitiveness of the institution, increase the number of foreign students and provide the necessary infrastructural conditions. The rapid development at the University of Pécs can already be seen. It is important to emphasize that development and modernization affect all ten faculties of the university and the Clinical Center.
More about the projects:https://mvp.pte.hu/
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It provides another HUF 5.7 billion to the University of Pécs for investments under the Modern Cities Program.
PTE receives almost HUF 6 billion in extra money (another HUF 5.7 billion!)
The latest issue of the Magyar Közlöny, published yesterday, revealed that the government will provide HUF 5.7 billion in additional funding to the University of Pécs in connection with the investments of the Modern Cities program.
The government has decided on the transfer of appropriations necessary for the expansion of the capacity development of the University of Pécs, which will be implemented as part of the Modern Cities program, and on the 2021–2022. on the provision of resources for.
According to the publication, the support to be disbursed in three stages will focus on capacity building and the development of the university's research and development potential in connection with the expansion of the university's foreign language courses.
PTE will receive 2.7 billion forints this year, 2.5 billion next year, and another HUF 533 million in 2022.
If, on top of that, someone still wants a 'Fri' university, buy one for themselves. These institutions are renewed with taxpayers' money, which not only means aesthetic and energy renovation, but also expands and modernizes the equipment, increases the number of lecturers, renews the colleges , infrastructure, IT and much more are evolving.
Those who take to the streets and "dictate" should be ashamed of themselves.