The energy crisis and the extremely high utility bills have been taking their victims for the past months. Now, a dormitory in Nyíregyháza will be closed down to save on energy costs. This is what the students were told, who will have to move to the new dormitories designated for them from next Sunday.
The management of the institution sent a letter to the residents, saying that they had to save money and that the number of first-year students was decreasing, which made the decision even more justified. The management did not say how many students and staff in total are affected by the closure, nor did they say in their terse response to the channel whether there will be any redundancies and what their plans are for the building, 24.hu writes.
They said they were “looking for the most efficient energy-saving options”. Cost-cutting measures will take into account “the situation of the institutions and the interests of students and teachers”. According to RTL, around 200 students are affected by the closure.
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Source: rtl.hu, 24.hu
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