Nicholas Pongratz

Monday, January 11, 2021, 8:31 am

China’s Fudan University could open its campus in Hungary in 2024, the pro-government daily Magyar Nemzet said last week.

The paper found that the government allocated HUF 821 million from the 2021 budget for investments related to the campus.

“The role of Fudan, one of the best universities in the world, in Hungary will accelerate the internationalization of higher education that has already begun in the country,” the Ministry of Innovation and Technology told the paper.

The ministry said Fudan’s campus in Hungary would “advance the development of quality educational infrastructure” and could help turn the country into a regional knowledge center. The Fudan campus could also be an incentive for Chinese companies to bring research and development centers to Hungary.


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