ArtEZ University of Arts

ArtEZ University of Arts

ArtEZ stands for an internationally recognised standard of quality in art education. Graduates are able to contribute to constant renewal in art and quality in society. We prepare our students to perform at the highest level as professional artists & designers or teachers, in a wide scope of contexts such as visual art, design, architecture, music, dance and theatre. 

 

Liszt Academy

Liszt Academy

After the 1873 unification of former cities Pest, Buda and Óbuda and with the establishment of Budapest as the capital, the new city went through a rapid development and became Hungary’s cultural centre. A most prominent part of this development was the establishment of cultural institutes operating on a national level and their concentration in the capital: Budapest was home to most associations, editorial offices, publishing companies, schools, cultural centres, and many prominent personalities of the time lived here. The most significant institutes were two universities in the capital: the old Science University and the University of Technology and Economics, the latter established in 1871. Also, many other new higher education institutes were established at that time.

Centre for Music Therapy Education & Research

Centre for Music Therapy education & Research

SBV has been the pioneers in introducing music therapy as an innovative method into medical care with a focus towards a patient-centered model of holistic care focusing on factors influencing health and healing instead of factors causing the disease or just the treatment (pathogenesis).   Center for Music Therapy Education and Research has been serving to support the pluralistic model of health care since the year 2010 functioning in the hospital block of Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Research Institute. Currently, CMTER functions from the I floor, I block adjacent to the main hospital block. CMTER is also actively engaged in professionally training aspiring music therapists with its various education and training programmes.  Simultaneously, relevant research initiatives have also have been taken to build evidence and to create and support evidence-based data in music therapy in Indian context which has resulted in many research publications in both national and international peer-reviewed journals. These efforts of SBV  are in accordance with the Government of India directives as per the National Health Policy 2002 to integrate complementary and alternative therapies into medical care in a phased and an objective manner.