This way the students can use the theoretical knowledge acquired during their university studies, learn how a Hungarian businesses work and contribute to their success with their ideas. They can also meet further opportunities offered by the domestic labour market. 10 proposals were submitted between 13 December 2017 and 31 January 2018, with a funding request of nearly HUF 9 million in total, and 7 of them were found to be in line with the formal requirements and suitable for qualitative assessment. The proposals were assessed and ranked by a designated expert group, then the Innovation Board approved to recommend each of the projects for funding to the President of the NRDI Office.
To find out about the founded projects, visit the page of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office here.