Statements from partners and previous students:
“I would like to thank you for the possibility of spending eight weeks in Denmark. We learned many new things in this period, also things we could not learn at home. I really enjoyed our time and we grew closer to each other as classmates but also grew closer with our teachers as well. We had a lot of experiences.”
Tamás Hardi, butcher program in Denmark, Hungary
„What does it mean to have a great partner is all what ZBC can offer for our students and teachers since 2004. Our cooperation started with the butcher school program, every year with youngsters who learned a lot about Danish meat industry and also professional language. It is unbelievable to say, that during the past 15 years many of our students could participate in the program, which has developed a lot following the newest trends in the meat industry.
For 3 years already we started to elaborate bakery programs together what gave the possibilty to students to gain Erasmus experience abroad and practice with among other the delicious Danish marzipan pastries.”
Agricultural Vocational Centre of the Central Hungarian Region,
Ms Judit Emma TOTH, international coordinator
“ZBC has been one of our closest partners in our international activities for more than 10 years now. We are connected not only through various international networks but also through mutual trust which makes our cooperation even more worthy. ZBC has always been a highly professional, trustworthy and innovative partner and together we have worked in many successful projects of which some have even been awarded with special prices by the European Communion. We hope that this intense cooperation can continue in the future and feel honored to have ZBC as our close partner. ”
Silke Hillermann, Syke - Germany
"Tartu Vocational Education Centre has a long term and broad cooperation relationship with ZBC involving different partnership projects and student exchange programs. Hundreds of Tartu VEC students during the last decade have got excellent learning experience in different VET programmes offered by ZBC. Participating in an international partnership project led by the Danish Meat College (ZBC today) gave the possibility to design and create Nordic/Baltic Gourmet Red Meat competition for young butchers that improved and developed meat culinary VET programs in partner schools. It also gave a great opportunity to attract young people to meat culinary study programmes.
During Covid19 pandemic when all physical international mobilities were canceled, Tartu VEC with ZBC took an innovative and modern approach for continuing cooperation and developed virtual mobility activities with structure and content for VET students exchange that succeeded and got very positive feedback from students and teachers. We have a very good relations and friendship with the ZBC international projects team and are proud about this ever developing cooperation."
Andrei Atškasov, Coordinator of International Affairs, Tartu Kutsehariduskeskus - Estonia