Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Porto

Hungarian Government Commissioner visits Católica in Porto

Friday, November 24, 2021 - 16:00

On November 23, the Hungarian Government Commissioner and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Tokaj-Hegyalja University, István Stumpf, was at the Católica in Porto on an official visit to Portugal. The meeting allowed to approach the different Portuguese university models, with a special focus on the areas of viticulture and oenology.

The welcome session was led by Isabel Braga da Cruz, president of Católica in Porto, and Isabel Vasconcelos, vice-rector of Universidade Católica Portuguesa. A meeting between all participants followed: István Stumpf and the members of his delegation - Klára Breuer, international director of the National Public Service University, Tamás Dúzsi, wine producer and wine expert, and Boglárka Borbély, head of the commissioner's secretariat -, Miklós Halmai, ambassador of Hungary in Portugal; Paula Castro, dean of Faculty of Biotechnology; Bento Amaral, Service Director of the Instituto de Vinhos do Douro e do Porto; and José António Couto, coordinator of the Post-Graduation in Enology at the Faculty of Biotechnology.

The delegation's visit to Portugal also includes meetings on the study of university models, aspirations and portuguese experiences in the field of higher education. In addition, the delegation members also intend to strengthen bilateral relations between Portugal and Hungary, talking about future cooperation opportunities.

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On November 23, the Hungarian Government Commissioner and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Tokaj-Hegyalja University, István Stumpf, was at the Católica in Porto on an official visit to Portugal. The meeting allowed to approach the different Portuguese university models, with a special focus on the areas of viticulture and oenology.

The welcome session was led by Isabel Braga da Cruz, president of Católica in Porto, and Isabel Vasconcelos, vice-rector of Universidade Católica Portuguesa. A meeting between all participants followed: István Stumpf and the members of his delegation - Klára Breuer, international director of the National Public Service University, Tamás Dúzsi, wine producer and wine expert, and Boglárka Borbély, head of the commissioner's secretariat -, Miklós Halmai, ambassador of Hungary in Portugal; Paula Castro, dean of Faculty of Biotechnology; Bento Amaral, Service Director of the Instituto de Vinhos do Douro e do Porto; and José António Couto, coordinator of the Post-Graduation in Enology at the Faculty of Biotechnology.

The delegation's visit to Portugal also includes meetings on the study of university models, aspirations and portuguese experiences in the field of higher education. In addition, the delegation members also intend to strengthen bilateral relations between Portugal and Hungary, talking about future cooperation opportunities.

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On November 23, the Hungarian Government Commissioner and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Tokaj-Hegyalja University, István Stumpf, was at the Católica in Porto on an official visit to Portugal. The meeting allowed to approach the different Portuguese university models, with a special focus on the areas of viticulture and oenology.

The welcome session was led by Isabel Braga da Cruz, president of Católica in Porto, and Isabel Vasconcelos, vice-rector of Universidade Católica Portuguesa. A meeting between all participants followed: István Stumpf and the members of his delegation - Klára Breuer, international director of the National Public Service University, Tamás Dúzsi, wine producer and wine expert, and Boglárka Borbély, head of the commissioner's secretariat -, Miklós Halmai, ambassador of Hungary in Portugal; Paula Castro, dean of Faculty of Biotechnology; Bento Amaral, Service Director of the Instituto de Vinhos do Douro e do Porto; and José António Couto, coordinator of the Post-Graduation in Enology at the Faculty of Biotechnology.

The delegation's visit to Portugal also includes meetings on the study of university models, aspirations and portuguese experiences in the field of higher education. In addition, the delegation members also intend to strengthen bilateral relations between Portugal and Hungary, talking about future cooperation opportunities.

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