The Hungarian University of Fine Arts (MKE) and the Maharaja Sayajirao University (MSU), a giant university with 46,000 students, have signed a long-term educational and artistic cooperation agreement in India, MKE announced this Tuesday.
The unprecedented educational and artistic cooperation between the Indian and Hungarian universities will enable the establishment of an academic exchange program between students and faculty of the two countries. The main objective of the agreement is to enable Indian and Hungarian fine arts students, faculty and researchers from MSU and MKE to jointly participate in educational and artistic exchange programs and cultural projects, the release said.
The agreement was initiated by MKE Rector István Erős and he visited in Vadodara, India to sign it. He pointed out in the statement that the development of international relations is a priority in the MKE's institutional development program. He also stressed the importance he attaches to international mobility in both education and the arts. The institutional cooperation agreement, which is based on the Rector's personal professional contacts, is for a period of five years and will be automatically renewed in case of mutual satisfaction.
The exchange program offers Hungarian and Indian students and teachers the opportunity to gain international experience, to get to know new cultures and to gather artistic inspiration.
The MaharajaSayajirao University of Baroda is an English-language giga-university in Vadorada, India, with 46,000 students and fourteen faculties. The academic cooperation with the Hungarian University of Fine Arts focuses on the Faculty of Fine Arts, where art education from undergraduate to PhD level is offered in the fields of painting, sculpture, museology, graphic arts, design, applied art and art history.
MKE is planning to submit a 24-month Erasmus project to enable the Indian and Hungarian universities to get to know each other's artistic, methodological and educational work even better. By building and nurturing international relations, the Hungarian University of Fine Arts is also acting as an ambassador of Hungarian culture in the foreign art scene, the statement said.
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