European cooperation is remarkable

The teachers of Georgikon schoo and the Zempléni entrepreneurs attended in a common professional study trip in Norway

Nemzetközi együttműködési kultúráért nívódíj

Sátoraljaújhely school also received a prize

The Szepsi Laczkó Máté Agricultural Vocational School and College has received a prize for international cooperation culture. The prestigious award was awarded to the Leonardo project of the students’ internships in vocational and vocational training. The prize was awarded to the Szabo Novák Zsuzsa bidding coordinator on 23 May at the Tempus Public Foundation.

An international co-operation culture award will be awarded to outstanding quality education and training projects in the European Union Lifelong Learning Program. This year, 11 institutions were awarded the prize. The prize-winning Comenius, Leonardo, Grundtvig and Erasmus institutional co-operations could have benefited from the exemplary and high-quality work of the Tempus Public Foundation’s most prestigious acknowledgment.

In the Leonardo da Vinci program this year 5 institutions received a prize.

Within the project of the Szepsi Laczkó Máté Agricultural Vocational School and College, in Sátoraljaújhely, eight students could travel to a three-week internship in South-France red wine-growing private farms. During the co-operation, they found the professional points of contact that go beyond the possibilities of domestic training and have real added value in agricultural and wine training.

A publication for the Comenius, Leonardo, Grundtvig and Erasmus projects recognized for international cooperation culture is also available on the website of the Tempus Public Foundation, which coordinates the Lifelong Learning Program.

Detailed information on prizes can be found at the following link: