Audi Hungaria supports the training of future generations with numerous initiatives.
- The company has enjoyed a successful partnership with the city’s secondary schools in the area of dual vocational education. Audi Hungaria currently has 250 apprentices enrolled in dual vocational training programs for 15 different automotive, electronics and metalworking professions. 1,800 young people have completed this respected vocational training program since 2001.
Audi Hungaria launched a new commercial training program to the dual vocational training program in September 2017: foreign-language industrial clerk.
- The Audi Hungaria School was founded in 2010 on the initiative of Audi Hungaria. It offers general education through the Abitur for the children of German and Hungarian employees. When the students finish the school, they have leaving certificates recognized in Germany as well as Hungary. Over 560 students are enrolled for the 2017/2018 school year. After comprehensive remodeling and new construction, a modern education center with room for 650 students was completed in 2016. The kindergarten established in 2012 provides care for two mixed-age groups of German and Hungarian children. Construction of a new kindergarten will be completed in May 2018. Beginning with the 2018/2019 school year, 100 children in four groups will be cared for there.
- In the area of educational and scientific cooperation, Audi Hungaria and the Széchenyi István University of Győr are working together in a unique project. On January 1, 2015, the company and university co-founded the Faculty of Automotive Engineering. The faculty has six professorships: Internal Combustion Engines, Automotive Manufacturing Technology, Total Vehicle Development, Materials Science and Technology, Environmental Engineering and Transport and Logistics. The Professorship for Leadership and Organization Communication established in 2014 was another milestone in the company’s development.