About seventy graduating students of the University Program of Mathias Corvinus Collegium received their diplomas at a graduation ceremony held at the talent institution's headquarters in Budapest on 9 June 2022. The event marked the end of a highly successful academic year. From September 2022. MCC will have 5,500 students in 24 centres in the Carpathian Basin, including Nyíregyháza. Led by Norbert Köbli, Béla Balázs Prize-winning Hungarian screenwriter and renowned artist, a new center will also start its operation soon.
Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) has published a strategy document which aims to lay down the unique teaching and educational principles of the institution. These principles have been crystallized over 25 years of experience, and following a professional dialogue conducted in 2021 and 2022, the document has been completed and expanded.
The MCC Budapest Summit 2022, a major international conference organized by Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) ended with great success. The conference was seeking to shed light on the values we teach our children. On the second day of the event - 17 February 2022 - exciting discussions and book presentations involved more than 30 speakers from Hungary and abroad and an audience of nearly 750 people. MCC, as a talent development institution aims to become the largest and most dynamic think tank in Hungary - and even in Central Europe.