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The Faculty wishes You a Merry Christmas!

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International Week 2014

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Neptun – Subject registration

subject regsitrationDear Students!

We post here some help for you with the subject registration.

Please remember that you need to regsiter for your subjects before each semester (except for those who start their first semester with us).

How to do it?

Go to Neptun: https://neptun11.uni-pannon.hu/hallgato/login.aspx

Follow these steps:

Neptun -> Subjects -> Subject registration ->choose the correct semester -> select subject -> choose course -> save
For a visual help click on the picture above.

You will find more help in the Neptun Users Guide: http://www.gtk.uni-pannon.hu/neptun-users-guide/

How do you know what subjects you need to regsiter for?

Check the model curriculum of your academic programme!
OR
In the Neptun, on the subject registration page, you will see if a given subject is obligatory or elective. You need to complete all the obligatory subjects during your studies. You will also see in which semester of your studies we recommend it to complete.

My Pannon Experience Call, May 2012 – Winner Photo

egle.2012.mayThe Faculty of Business and Economics is glad to present the winning photo of the “My Pannon Experience” Call, May 2012.

The picture was taken by our Tourism Management MA student Eglė Šilėnaitė from Lithuania. Congratulation!

“This is my photo about my feeling for the Veszprem 🙂
There’s also my motto for Veszprem :D”
Eglė Šilėnaitė

Explore Moscow as a student!

moscow scholarship profilMoscow is a vibrant, exciting and different experience!

The Faculty of Business and Economics in corporation with the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics offers a chance to

spend a semester (Spring 2013)  in Moscow

as a student.

Study in the field of Managament, Marketing or Financial management in an international environment.

Apply now with your CV, motivation letter and academic results printed from the Neptun!

Application deadline: 11 June 2012

Contact: Janka Huják (janka.hujak@gtk.uni-pannon.hu)

Spend a semester in the USA!

nazareth college scholarship profilThe Faculty of Business and Economics in corporation with the Nazareth College in New York State offers a chance to

spend a semester (Spring 2013)  in the USA

as a student.

Study in the field of Business or Tourism in a multicultural environment and fulfil your personal American Dream!

Apply now with your CV, motivation letter and academic results printed from the Neptun!

Application deadline: 11 June 2012

Contact: Janka Huják (janka.hujak@gtk.uni-pannon.hu)

Greetings from Bremen

– WrittGreetings from Bremenen by Dr. Szabolcs Szikszai, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer

In 2011, I was invited to lecture as an Erasmus professor in Hochschule Bremen by an earlier student/colleague of mine, Adél Németh and her local PhD consultant, Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin Niemeier, who gave three guest lectures on the International Week at the University of Pannonia back in September 2010. While I was in Bremen I gave three lectures on the macroeconomic situation and the current issues in Hungary which all met with overwhelming interest from faculty and students alike. Unsurprisingly, students in Germany are very much aware of the current state of economic and political affairs in Hungary and were more than happy to share their experiences with me. From them I learned that a new party called the Pirates (Piraten) is gaining more and more supporters in the German political arena at the expense of the Green party and is extremely popular with the youth although it lacks a clear economic policy strategy. (Shortly afterwards, I actually bumped into a demonstration against the hunger-promoting policies of Deutsche Bank attended by Piraten members, amongst others. By the way, the demostration, however politically delicate the issue, proceeded in a very peaceful and organized fashion.) I could also spend ample time getting to know faculty at both the Hochschule and the Jacobs University, the latter private school now being Adél’s host university for her remaining time as a PhD student in the aviation industry. I was especially happy to see an alumna of the University of Pannonia – and an ex-student of our doctoral school – have professional reputation in Germany: Adél is often interviewed and cited by leading German and other European newspapers and journals as an aviation expert!

For those who have yet to visit, the 400,000-strong Bremen is one of the three independent city states in Germany besides Berlin and Hamburg. Its people are extremely proud of their long history of democracy and self-governance dating back to the XII. century. In fact, one of the main sights, the statue of the vigilant Roland facing the monumental Cathedral St. Petri, is a stark reminder of the long and arduous struggle for civic independence from the Church. A stroll along the bank of river Weser also offers a whiff of freedom as well as nice and salty breezes of fresh air, excellent beer and an infinite variety of fish plates. The city is also a paradise for soccer fans, who have the chance to see Claudio Pizarro in the pitch every week. (On my first day, I actually drifted into an endless streak of fans flocking towards Weser stadium. I only missed the game because I had a shopping bag full of goodies in one hand and a glass of wine in the other, which I would have had a hard time explaining to the gatekeepers at the stadium.) And last but not least, Bremen is very close – thanks to Deutsche Bahn – to Bremerhaven (60km) and Hamburg (120km), both of which I was lucky enough to visit briefly over the course of my 10-day stay (see photo made on Aussichtsplattform SAIL City in Bremerhaven where you have a beautiful view over the horn of Weser and the harbor).

As the German saying suggests, „you never get a second chance to make a first impression”. Well, for me, Bremen does not need a second chance. I would encourage all students of business and economic studies to capitalize on the opportunity offered by our renewed BA-level Erasmus cooperation – which will hopefully be extended to the MA level after my discussion with the Dean of the Business School – and spend an academically and personally inspiring semester at the Hochschule Bremen.

A semester in Germany with Erasmus

a semester in germany with erasmusKrisztina Hornung’s Erasmus experiences

I spent the fall semester in Brühl, Germany. Brühl is a beautiful town situated between Köln and Bonn. The university of Brühl is one the best universities in Germany, known as the Europäische Fachhochschule, specialising in economics. There are three options for international students: you can learn European Business Management in English or German with a given schedule, or you can be a regular student when you choose your own subjects. I chose the English-taught European Business Management with eight subjects: International Marketing, Case Studies, European Financial Management, Business Strategies, Working in International Teams, Cross-Cultural Business Training and, of course, German as a foreign language. It is a special programme for international students. I met students from Spain, Scotland, Romania, Mexico, France and Russia. It was interesting to meet people from different countries and cultures. The education system of Germany differs from the Hungarian system: we learnt more practical things than theories. We worked in teams and wrote case studies using different theoretical approaches. For example, we tried to introduce Narva energy-saving light bulbs in four countries (one of them was Hungary) or develop a Spanish supermarket chain in Portugal.

The international office team helped us a lot. They organised two Welcome days when I met the other students and the teachers before the classes. Two field trips also contributed to this programme: one to the European Parliament (Brussels) and one to the European headquarters of the UPS (Köln). UPS is one of the biggest American logistical companies and we saw the planes and the separation of the packages.

We were a really good international team. We organised a round trip in Germany visiting Hannover, Erfurt, Frankfurt, Weimar and Berlin, of course. Some of the Spanish students spent four days in Poland. I visited Paris and Basel with a Romanian and a Spanish student. I spent a lot of time in Köln: I was in the tower of the Kölner Dom, in the Chocolate Museum and walked a lot on Schilder Gasse which is the biggest pedestrian street in Europe. The Erasmus Initiative team organised stamm-tisch programmes for us in Köln when we changed languages. So I learnt a little Spanish or Russian and they tried to learn a little Hungarian.

This semester was one of the best experiences of my life.

Krisztina Hornung

New course in English

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Click here for details on the ‘Global Sourcing’ course

Exhibitors at the International Afternoon

Come and browse among the verious international opportunities. The exhibitors of the International Afternoon are waiting for Your witk their offers from 11 am in Building B, 7 March 212.

Exhibitors at the International Afternoon:

– partner universities of the Faculty of Economics

– Erasmus program, University of Pannonia

– American Corner Veszprém

– BEST – summers schools in Europe

– AIESEC – international internship

– Várfok Alapítvány – Eurodesk info point, international volunteering

– CCUSA – summer jobs in the USA

– Pannon Nyelvvizsga – lanuguage exam

– Universitá per Stranieri ’’Dante Alighieri’’ – summer school in Italy

– CSE Australi – studying and working in Australia

– Ka-Iro – carreer office

– ESN & Külügyi Bizottság – Erasmus student network, Erasmus mentor program

– VEMAFI – Finnish-Hungarian associaton

– STA Travel – cheap travel for students

– Fe Vák – internships, info and advice point on launching a venture

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