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Seminar feeds Hungary's learning gap

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MIDLANDS ASSOCIATION is continuing to develop the international reputation of the ICE as a learned society, by holding its second seminar in Budapest.

The seminar on international project management, organised by the Hungarian working party of the Midlands association, with the ICE Hungary branch and the Hungarian Chamber of Engineers, attracted a wide audience of consultants, contractors and lawyers.

Arup director Keith Seago, who chairs the ICE's European subcommittee and who led the British party said: 'We are delighted with the progress of the Hungarian Branch.

'Membership is steadily growing and the support of the Hungarian Chamber of Engineers is rewarding, ' Seago said.

'The learned society aspect of the profession is something we are helping to bring to Hungary, where there is less of a tradition of engineers meeting together outside of their work to forward the profession and develop skills.'

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