New university management courses to support knowledge transfer, R&D and innovation
One of the most important objectives of the renewing Hungarian innovation system is to foster close collaboration between university knowledge centres and the business sector in order to translate R&D activities into practical solutions.

Processes already started across the ecosystem increase demand for manysided experts with strong management skills: Corvinus University of Budapest and the University of Pannonia announced at a joint press conference the launch of new postgraduate courses in research and innovation management in February 2020. The Ministry for Innovation and Technology and the National Research, Development and Innovation Office will both support the programme.


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