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2 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros Rector, Corvinus University of Budapest „Expanding Europe”, Pécs, October 2010 Sustainability and profitability of the University

3 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector 3 Sustainability of the University, double interpretation  The role of the University in sustainable development –Research, modelling, education  The Sustainability of the University –To suit/meet the requirements of the stakeholders –To be able to continue in existence in a competitive environment –To recruit enough students in order to fully utilize the infrastructure

4 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector Sustainability of the University, double interpretation II. –To be able to win good and profitable projects on different tenders –To utilize good and fruitful relationships with its alumni and generally with the business environment 4

5 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector Number of students by level of education (in millions, EU27) 5

6 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector Number of students between the age of and the proportion of tertiary education 6

7 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector The role of the University in the sustainable development  Research – the case of Corvinus University  Out of 5 high priority research projects one is dealing with this topic: Sustainable development – liveable region – liveable urban area –elaboration of technical, ecological, natural, socio- economical framework of sustainable development in Middle-Hungary, definition of requirements, analysis of possible developments, urban development and planning 7

8 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector Modelling, the case of Pécs  Number of inhabitants: around  Number of university students: around (18% of inhabitants)  If they lived in a sustainable way, it would have a significant impact on the city as well 8

9 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector University stakeholders University Owner supporter Customers students Employees, professors etc. Labour market actors Local and global society Scientific Community 9

10 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector Profitability of the University  The main fundamental question: Higher education is a part of the public welfare service or a market- based service? 10

11 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector Profitability of the University II.  The majority of students are financed by the State in Hungary,  Only 16% of students attend non-state financed institutions.  The subsidy of HEI is only 1% of the Hungarian GDP  Universities have additional revenues: –Tuition fees –Research for the business community –European and state financed projects –PPP in infrastructure development 11

12 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector Budget expenditure on higher education as a whole and per student (in ppp yr. 2000) 12

13 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector 13 Budget expenditure on higher education as a percentage of the GDP Expenditure on education Expenditure on higher education

14 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector The case of the Corvinus University of Budapest  Financed partly by the state and from private resources  Around students and 17 bn. HUF budget (62 m EUR) –State subsidy: 9 Bn. HUF (33 m EUR) –Revenue from education: 3,2 Bn. HUF (12 m EUR) –Revenue from the business community: 0,9 Bn. HUF (3 m EUR) –Revenue from projects: 0,9 Bn. HUF (3 m EUR) –Other revenues: 3,0 Bn. HUF (11 m EUR) 14

15 Prof. Dr. Tamás Mészáros, Rector 15 Thank You for Your Attention!


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