MOME has won yet another international tender
The latest collaboration of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design promotes the international visibility of young artists and creative professionals. The CREATIVE EUROPE EU programme supports emerging artists in mastering new skills and technologies that are essential for succeeding in the international arena.
The European Union’s Creative Europe programme has an unprecedented EUR 300 million budget to support professionals and artists in the cultural and the creative sectors in developing cross-border collaborations that can reach new audiences. MOME’s winning tender is designed to support students of the university by increasing the international visibility of works created by them.
The development of digital skills and capabilities will be an important tool in helping students learn about top technological trends, as well master the use of tools for the broader dissemination and promotion of their works. MOME students will be in direct contact with students of foreign partner universities, creating new works.
This is the second time this year that MOME has succeeded in an international tender. A few weeks ago, the university took an important research and development role in advancing the transition to a biobased economy under Horizon Europe, the EU’s innovation programme.
MOME is changing its operational model
Since August 2020, the 142-year-old Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), has been operating in a foundation framework. As part of the model change, MOME has developed a long-term strategy, reinvented its research and development activity, launched the digitalisation of its internal processes, and proceeded to modernise training. In addition to providing a traditionally high-level art and design education, the university will introduce entrepreneurial training and launch its first English-language MAs from 2022. In 2021, MOME's budget nearly quadrupled, and the foundation also decided to grant the most substantial pay rise to teachers in the history of Hungarian higher education.
Budapest, 14 March 2022.