A high-ranking delegation from Indonesia visited NUPS on 8 August 2018. During its visit to Hungary, maintaining the traditionally excellent Hungarian-Indonesian bilateral relations, the further education training group of the National Resilience Institute of Republic of Indonesia has visited the National University of Public Service.
The delegation, comprised of high ranking armed forces, law enforcement and public service officials, was led by Prof. Dr. Jana Tjahjana Anggadiredja.
On behalf of NUPS, the delegation was welcomed by Dr. habil Zoltán Jobbágy, Vice-Dean for Science and International Affairs of the Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training and by Dr. Péter Rada, Vice-Dean for Science and International Affairs of the Faculty of International and European Studies. Dr. habil. Zoltán Jobbágy presented in detail the structure, functionning, management and history of the Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training. He further highlighted that the Military General Staff Training programme and the Ludovika Battalion could serve as a good example for the Southeast Asian country. Following his presentation, a fruitful professional discussion took place about, amongst other topics, the international relations of NUPS and the diverse scholarship programmes.
After the speech of the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Military Sciences and Officer Training, Dr. Péter Rada, the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of International and European Studies presented to the guests. In his speech, he talked about the history, the management and structure of the Faculty. He emphasized that even though this was a young faculty, some of its departments had over 20 years of history at the university’s predecessor, thus this young faculty demonstrates a high quality professional experience and knowledge. After the presentation of Dr. Rada, the guests particiated in an informal professional discussion where they learned more about the Faculty.
The National University of Public Service has already concluded fruitful cooperation agreements in the past with higher education institutes of the Southeast Asian country and after several official visits, NUPS has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Indonesian Ahmad Dahlan University.