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Agreement on cooperation between the University of Defence and the National University for Public Service from Budapest, Hungary signed

25. 02. 2016

As part of the 5th Anniversary of the University of Defence in Belgrade, Rector of the University of Defence, Major-General Prof. Mladen Vuruna, PhD and Rector of the National University of Public Service from Budapest, Hungary, Prof. Andras Pati, PhD signed a Cooperation Agreement between the two Universities at the Rector’s office of the University of Defence.

It is a document enabling the establishment of full cooperation between the two Universities in the field of research and education for five years. Colonel Prof. Gabor Boldizar, PhD, Dean of the Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training, of the
University of Public Service from Budapest was also present at the signing.

According to General Vuruna, this agreement provides new opportunities when it comes to intensifying cooperation through the development of joint study programs and courses, participation in international conferences and joint research projects, as well as exchange of experiences in the field of preparation of study programmes for international accreditation. He pointed out that cadets of the Military Academy have traditional meetings with Hungarian students from the Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training, as part of the Logistics exercise "FOURLOG", which takes place every year at the territories of Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

Professor Pati especially highlighted the importance of intensifying the cooperation, bearing in mind the security challenges of the modern world that are becoming increasingly concrete, relevant and difficult to confront individually. Therefore, he emphasized that cooperation in the field of training and education is becoming more and more important. He went on to say that the National University of Public Service from Budapest applied with the University of Defence to participate in the European project ERASMUS +, and hoped for a positive response from the EU, which would allow for more concrete forms of cooperation through the exchange of teaching staff in 2016. He also pointed out that they have sent an offer for scholarships for members of the MoD and SAF to be educated at master and doctoral studies, as well as for participation in various courses and professional development programmes in 2016 within the framework of the “Stipendium Hungaricum” programme.

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