LUPS and the Wacław Felczak Institute renew their cooperation

As part of the renewed collaboration between the Ludovika University of Public Service (LUPS) and the Wacław Felczak Polish-Hungarian Cooperation Institute, LUPS members can once again participate in Polish language courses at the university starting in the fall of 2024. The university will provide the necessary infrastructure for the training, while the Felczak Institute will supply the instructor. In Poland, Hungarian language courses are available at four universities, and as a continuation of this initiative, Polish language training will be offered at LUPS.

The Wacław Felczak Polish-Hungarian Cooperation Institute aims to deepen Polish-Hungarian friendship and cooperation, passing on the significance of Polish-Hungarian traditions to the younger generation. The institute supports scientific cooperation, educational initiatives, and projects to foster mutual understanding of the languages, cultures, histories, and politics of the two countries.

Another goal of the organization is to strengthen collaboration and establish connections among the younger generations, particularly in the fields of culture and sports. It also supports innovative ideas from Polish-Hungarian cultural, economic, and political organizations aimed at enhancing the competitiveness of both countries. Additionally, the institute finances and co-finances ventures focused on Polish-Hungarian cooperation and analyzes the political, economic, and social changes in Europe that impact the security and development of Poland and Hungary.


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