This country report is part of a series of reports on vocational education and training produced by each EU Member State plus Norway and Iceland by members of ReferNet, a network established by Cedefop (European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training).
This VET in Europe report provides readers with a concise, basic insight into the state of the vocational education and training system of Hungary. It situates the education and training system in Hungary within a broad political, social, economic, and labour market framework.
- CHAPTER 1. External factors influencing VET
- CHAPTER 2. Providing VET in a lifelong learning perspective
- CHAPTER 3. Shaping VET qualifications
- CHAPTER 4. Promoting participation in VET