Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) Opens Its Ninth Training Center in Debrecen

The Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) Young Talent (FIT) Program opens its ninth training center in downtown Debrecen.

The Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) has launced Young Talent (FIT) Program in Veszprém, Szolnok, Pécs, Miskolc, Kecskemét, Budapest, Beregszász and Sepsiszentgyörgy. Now, Debrecen homes its 9th training centre. 

The FIT Program is a unique form of training in addition to public education. The program arouses and increases children’s thirst for knowledge and desire to learn, it prepares them for further learning, helps them make conscious career choices, and succeed in life. Students can learn to manage money, try the role of a reporter, learn about the science of robotics, and even about future research. Children can also take part in sensitizer programs such as dealing with therapeutic animals, conflict management training and learn about the world of people with disabilities. 

The Young Talent Program is based on digital educational materials that enable home learning and a playful session that require a personal presence every other Saturday.  In addition, speech-focused English lessons and additional community programs add color to the opportunities offered by FIT. If COVID-19 does not allow for personal occasions, the training will take place entirely in the form of distance learning.

The program works with its own team of psychologists, and renowned experts such as Dr. Emőke Bagdy and Dr. Annamária Kádár, who are the patrons of the Young Talent Program.

The MCC also maintains close community relations with the children’s parents, and regularly organizes lectures and professional meetings for them.

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