Partners

Partners of the European Talent Centre - Budapest:

Throughout Europe there is a growing awareness of the needs of our most able individuals; in recent years increasing interest in this area of child development has generated new forms of practice in education, numerous research programmes and studies, a growth in the number of societies for parents of highly able children and, indeed, a growth in concern for highly able people of all ages.

Find out more at the homepage of ECHA.

The Global Center for Gifted and Talented Children is a global center  for gifted children and youth aged 3-18. Founded by Roya Klingner, a former gifted child. The Center empowers and serves the gifted community through exemplary leadership in programs, research, and advocacy.

Read more about the Center or visit the homepage of GCGTC.

 

IGGY is an international social and educational network for gifted students aged 13-18. Created by the UK's University of Warwick, IGGY is designed to stimulate young minds and help them reach their full potential by providing a safe place online to interact with academic resources, student mentors and other gifted students. With over 1500 members from more than 25 countries, IGGY is a fast-growing and vibrant community.

Find out more and register your interest at the homepage of IGGY: www.IGGY.net

The World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Inc. (WCGTC) is a
worldwide non-profit organization that provides advocacy and support for
gifted children. The WCGTC is a diverse organization networking the
globe with an active membership of educators, scholars, researchers,
parents and others interested in the development and education of gifted
and talented children of all ages.

You can find more information at the homepage of WCGTC.

 

Talent is a special kind of natural resource that is available in every country.