Department for Education and Culture


Our employees have special experiences in higher education, organisation of trainings, workshops, conferences, etc.

The Department for Education and Culture is specialized in the following fields:




Ongoing courses offered by RCISD staff members:
Name of the courseName of the instituteResponsible colleague(s)
Education & Science
Policy in Diplomacy
Károli Gáspár UniversityKardon, Béla
 Further experiences of RCISD staff members in higher education:

Name of the course Name of the instituteResponsible colleague(s)
Innovation ManagementEötvös Loránd UniversityKardon, Béla
Science DiplomacyBudapest Business SchoolKardon, Béla
Energy and EnvironmentSzent István UniversityKardon, Béla
Basic Physics Szent István UniversityKardon, Béla
Hungary and the European
Eötvös Loránd UniversityKardon, Béla


Organisation of trainings, workshops, conferences

Name of the event/trainingDate and location
Energy Networking4 Innovation Brokerage Event WITH training30, November 2016
Bratislava, Slovakia
Presentation of the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme in the Andrássy University Budapest5, October 2016
Budapest, Hungary
In the frame of the Danube-INCO.NET project, the policy mix peer review visit in Serbia 26-30, September 2016
Belgrad, Serbia
Triple-Helix Conference and brokerage event on Bio-Based economy19-20, July 2016
Budapest, Hungary
Training at the H2020 information day1-2, June 2016
Baku, Azerbaijan
Policy Stakeholders Conference on EU-CA STI cooperation in addressing Health 16-17, May 2016
Warsaw, Poland
Policy Stakeholders Conference on EU-EaP STI cooperation in addressing Health 19-20, April 2016
Budapest, Hungary
Networking activities and H2020 training for Eastern Partnership Energy experts in the „Energy Days Graz 2016”12-14, January
Graz, Austria
Horizon 2020 Info Day at the Nazarbayev University26, November 2015
Astana, Kazakhstan
Networking activities and H2020 training for Eastern Partnership and Central Asia Energy experts in the AquaMatch Amsterdam 4-5, November 2015
Amsterdam, Netherlands
„Protecting the Environment in the Danube Region” and “Improvement and cooperation possibilities in the water sector with non-EU countries”29, October 2015
Ulm, Germany
Policy Stakeholders Conference ‘Energy Research and Innovation in the Eastern Partnership’22-13, October 2015
Minsk, Belarus
EU-Central Asia Policy Stakeholders Conference ‘EU-Central Asia Cooperation in addressing Energy Research & Innovation’30, September - 1, October
Astana, Kazakhstan
Kick-off Meeting of the Policy
Mix Peer Review for Serbia
and Bosnia and Herzegovina
16, July 2015
Budapest, Hungary
Training at the H2020 information day1-2, July 2015
Baku, Azerbaijan
1st Stakeholders' Workshop:
Enhancing synergies in research
and innovation programmes
in the region
8, June 2015
Budapest, Hungary
Webinar on deepening
cooperation between academia
and industry
4, March 2015
Enhancing Ukraine’s Competitiveness
in RI on the way to the Association
to Horizon 2020 2nd Stakeholders’
27-28, January 2015
Kyiv, Ukraine
Webinar on Marie Skłodowska-Curie
Actions (MSCA)
20, November 2014
Hungarian experiences relating
to the functioning of National
Technology Platforms (NTPs)
24, October 2014
Budapest, Hungary
ICT in-house training
researchers of top-level
Ukrainian RTDI organizations
6-7, October 2014
Budapest, Hungary
Policy Stakeholders Conference on 'EU-Central Asia STI Cooperation in addressing Climate Change23-24, September 2014
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Summer school on European
RTDI policies, instruments
and participation possibilities
15-18, September 2014
Kyiv, Ukraine
Policy Stakeholders Conference on 'EU-Eastern Partnership STI Cooperation in addressing Climate Change15-16, May 2014
Yerevan, Armenia
Summer school with invited
ASEAN experts to work out
a scientific framework of a
possible partnership program
24-28, September 2012
Budapest, Hungary


Related project

DUO-Korea Programme is sponsored by the Ministry of Education with an aim to promote exchanges of people between Korean and European ASEM member countries on a balanced and permanent basis. The programme has been established since 2001 and has supported 1,454 professors, students and teachers over the past 15 years. However, the programme will only concentrate on student body to accommodate their ever increasing demand with limited resources facing steep euro exchange rate.

Attachments for further reference to DUO-Korea 2016 Programme:

1. DUO-Korea 2016 Procedure pdf
2. DUO-Korea 2016 Application Form pdf
3. DUO-Korea 2016 Implementation Guideline pdf

More information:



Further activities

Writing and elaborating

    • Scientific articles
    • Studies and comparative analyses
    • Translation and proof-reading


Dissemination of different outputs and results

    • Project identity
    • Logo
    • Newsletter
    • Leaflets and brochures



Dávid, Ádám