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This is a brief guide to the presentation of VET and HRD research in Hungary. In the table below you can find 
  • the aspects of VET and HRD research covered in the Overview (left column); links to information on Hungary according to these aspects, including a summary, can be found at the top of this page;
  • the characteristics of VET and HRD research in Hungary related to these aspects (right column); these characteristics have been identified in the comparative Profile, which provides further details of the analysis. 
HU Aspects of VET/HRD research addressed in the Overview National characteristics of VET/HRD research identified in the Profile
0 Areas of VET/HRD research (aspects 1-7) Focus: VET and labour-market related HRD (complementary areas)
1 Context of national VET/HRD policies Research in support of reforms or programmes
2 Context of EU policies and programmes  Specific research contributions to EU programmes or initiatives
3 Issues and themes of VET/HRD projects  Balance between frameworks/ structures and processes/ actors in VET/HRD 
4 Major institutions involved in VET/HRD research  Thematic orientation: mainly close context of VET/HRD;
Research-related activities: balance between policy/ practice and academic/ interdisciplinary activities
5 Funding frameworks of VET/HRD research  Combination of national public funding and EU funding
6 Professional research associations related to VET/HRD  Thematic spectrum: both focus on VET/HRD and close/broad context of VET/HRD
7 Review of VET/HRD research Issues of effectiveness: mainly interrelation between research and policies
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Details of the national report on Hungary, produced by Cedefop, which serves as a basis of information for both the Overview and the Profile, can be looked up in the Reference section.
Editor: Sabine Manning  © WIFO