“A special place where education, research and innovation are all present at the same time”

Date: 2022.10.14
Minister of Culture and Innovation János Csák paid a visit to the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, commending the work done here.

 “The Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design – MOME – is a special place where education, research and innovation are all present at the same time. During my visit to the university, I have had very positive experiences. A truly human-oriented, value-based art and design ecosystem has been created here that is unique not just in Hungary, but in the entire East-Central European region”, he said.

The university’s mission is centred around the world-class teaching, research and development of arts, design and creativity. The university trains mindful specialists, who, through the expert use of design, technology, and contemporary art strategies, can take a role as innovators and improvers of various life situations and social systems in the 21st century. The majority of MOME alumni play a key role in their respective fields, and the university acts as a hub for representatives of the creative industry also on an international scale.

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