We study various ensemble methods for hybrid neural networks. The hybrid networks are composed of radial and projection units and are trained using a deterministic algorithm that completely defines the parameters of the network for a given data set. Thus, there is no random selection of the initial (and final) parameters as in other training algorithms. Network independent is achieved by using bootstrap and boosting methods as well as random input sub-space sampling. The fusion methods are evaluated on several classification benchmark data-sets. A novel MDL based fusion method appears to reduce the variance of the classification scheme and sometimes be superior in its overall performance.