National and international tenders
The Directorate supports the university’s teachers, researchers, experts, and doctoral students to become involved in international networks and realise their professional objectives through tenders. Our activities range from seeking out current tender opportunities to concept development and submission of tender applications, and includes promoting, encouraging and implementing participation in national and international, in particular EU-funded, programmes.
Building on the positive changes resulting from reconfiguration of the organisational format facilitated by the model change, this project will improve operational efficiency in particular through the development of digital equipment, infrastructure of practical trainings, and digital competencies, as well as the updating of training contents. In addition, it will also enable service developments required for strengthening international engagement.
The aim of the Cooperative Doctoral Programme is to further increase the number of employees in the field of research, development and innovation who wish to enrich their professional knowledge with the latest scientific research results and are committed to the social and economic exploitation of their knowledge.
AdornU is the joint project that brings together three prominent European art universities, namely Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design as the head of the consortium from Budapest, Hungary, Trier University of Art and Science from Germany, and the Estonian Academy of Art from Tallinn, Estonia, aiming at at creating an Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters programme in the field of Contemporary Artistic Jewellery.
The Change Agents project wishes to bring the academic sector and the NGO ecosystem closer to one another and generate deeper understanding between these important stakeholders, allowing stakeholders to advance a more collaborative, inclusive, and participatory practice of design and design education, while recognizing the already existing knowledge of activists and various stakeholders, using innovative approaches of social design.
BALATORIUM is part of the project of the Veszprém-Balaton 2023 European Capital of Culture, and it is a professionally sound way to raise awareness of the ecological challenges of the region. Through cultural and artistic projects, it initiates a dialogue on the ecological system and values of Lake Balaton. It promotes long-term cooperation between scientific institutions and the cultural sector and through these activities gives an international dimension to the ecological challenges of Lake Balaton and its region and to artistic and cultural events that reflect these challenges.
The HEAD programme for primary and secondary schools is a pedagogical programme for the effective development of problem-solving thinking. The programme uses a specific methodology of project-based education, inspired by the world of innovation industry and design, which adapts the steps of design thinking to teaching-learning situations.
The goal of the project is to develop and provide technical and practical skills to primary and secondary school students and recent graduates with values and experiences that will increase their interest in higher education in the longer term, including in the fields of mathematics, science, engineering, IT and design, with a particular focus on autonomous (self-driving) driving.