International Workshop on Fungal Grapevine Diseases


The educational buildings of the Eszterházy Károly College are dispersed throughout the city. As one of the oldest facilities in Hungary serving higher educational purposes the College's central building is the Lyceum, a spectacular building complex facing four streets. A governmentally supervised teachers' training college moved into this building in 1949 and has been complemented with many modern buildings in the last half century. In addition to the instructional buildings the College maintains four dormitories and one demonstration school. The demonstration school entailing an elementary school and a high school in addition to a basic level art school is responsible for the practical aspects of teacher training programs. Due to its educational profile the Eszterházy Károly College is both professionally and culturally integrated into the life of the city. While on the one hand it operates as an intellectual base, by hosting various scholarly conferences along with scientific and cultural events and offering post-graduate programs or continuative educational programs for the professionals of the region, the College actively contributes to the improvement of the cultural life of the citizens of the city and the region.