On 12th of October 2018. (Friday) the Library and the Bookstore of the University will be open from 8am till 16pm and on 13th of October (Saturday) from 8am till 13pm. If you got some research work don’t hesitate to visit it!
10th INTERNATIONAL WEEK at University of Pannonia – Faculty of Business and Economics between 15 and 18 of October.
A week when, you can listen to some interesting presentations in English; you have opportunity to get acquainted about other Countries, different cultures, traditions and gastronomy; you can attend intercultural training. We’ll give you a lecture about International scholarships and Our Erasmus + Students will share their abroad experiences with you.
Beyond the experiences, if you can collect five stickers from five several locations into your “check point” collector sheet, You can get an FBE mug automatically. You can apply for the collector sheet from any locations which is part of the program, or just pop into the Centre for Communication office (A101) after 14th of October.
13:30-14:00 Erasmus + Programme – Kolos Adorján programme coordinator, (A/204)
14:00-14:30 Campus Mundi Programme – Zsófia Eszter Dávid scholarship coordinator, (A/204)
14:30-14:45 British moments – Zsuzsanna Zeke international coordinator, (A/204)
14:45-17:30 Time of my life – Travelogue – Erasmus and Campus Mundi students share their experiences abroad, (A/204)
09:00-10:00 AACSB International: How to Strength Our Position in the Premier League? – Ágnes Raffay PhD and Alexandra Péter, (A/204)
14:00-16:00 Let me show where I am from – Erasmus, Stipendium Hungaricum students introduce themselves, (A/204)
9.00-10.00 Norway in a nutshell – Madléna Johanna Albert, (A/204)
11.00-12:00 Intercultural Training – Janka Huják Verléné PhD Student, (A204) (Send your registration to email@example.com.)
16:00-19:00 Taste the World – International students introduce their cuisine in Hotel Magister
10:00-10:30 Visit to the air-raid shelter under Benedict hill – BGuided by Csilla Raffai PhD and Szabolcs Szikszai PhD
14:00-16:00 KUBB – A special strategy game from Gotland with Zsolt Pék
(Grass field behind Building „A”)
16:00-17:00 Change – Prof Dirk-Jan Kamann – visiting professor of the FOBE, (A/204)
17:00-18:30 International Quiz Show – Quiz competition, (A/204) (Send your registration to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Those who participate in 5 events get a special present with FOBE logo. Pop in for a summary booklet! (A/101)
In connection with the subject of Service Quality Management on 27th September we visited Manor House Inn with my classmates on tourism management course with the leading of our teacher, Gyöngyi Hajmásy.
We were glad of this possibility and we would like to thank the owner of the accommodation for having greeted us kindly. Csopak is one of the most beautiful villages around Lake Balaton where the Villa is situated. This kind of accommodation that they offer to the tourists seemed to me as a „paradise” for those who would like to relax and just to feel the tranquility and the quietness of the place. When we entered the house the owner immediately welcomed us and the friendly atmosphere provided a homey feeling.
In the lobby of the main building we settled down comfortably in sofas and armchairs with a cup of coffee or tea in our hands and the proprietor presented the story of their enterprise and the whole operation of the House. Then they showed us around the accommodation and we visited the three guesthouses and every type of rooms as well. The garden offers several possibilities for outdoor activities and we can find a playground and other games for the children. For adults they built an outdoor wine bar where the guests can relax in deckchairs and taste different kinds of wine produced by the region’s best vineyards.
It was a pleasure to experience the operation of a tourism service in real life and we could develop and extend our theoretical knowledge with the practical implications. Furthermore it was very positive that the owner answered our questions and welcomed our comments and recommendations kindly.
Written by: Vivien Kovács, Tourism Management (MA)
We got some 1000Ft vouchers offered by Flixbus Hungary which you can use till 15th of December 2018. The Company organizing trips to several European cities. If you are interested about the discount please pop into the Centre for Communications office (A101) anytime.
An exciting conference about one of the most serious problem of our time!
The event will be on 26/4/19
Boguslawa Urbaniak from University of Lodz (Poland) spent one week at University of Pannonia, Faculty of Business and Economics according to the Erasmus + Mobility Programme.
She held a presentation with the title “An ageing society as a new challenge for the labour market” to the Erasmus, tourism and catering, and business administration and management students of the Management course.
✔ What do you think about the future?
✔ How will technological development change tourism?
✔ Will there be any new career opportunities?
✔ Are we going to take virtual tours instead of real ones or will we just get a new perspective on the already cherished destinations?
If you have an opinion, share it with us and take part in the game! We are expecting 1-minute-long videos in which you share what comes to your mind when you hear Tourism and the Digital Transformation.
You won’t need a professional studio or a make-up artist, all you need is your phone and your fantasy. If you don’t want to appear on video, do not worry. We also accept information videos with animations, captions, pictures.
We recommend you to use the World Tourism Day 2018 logo in your videos: http://wtd.unwto.org/content/wtd-2018-resources
The contest is open for everyone, we look forward to see all your diverse perspectives.
The videos will be posted on the Faculty of Business and Economics Facebook page on 27th September, where you can vote for the most interesting ideas. The top three will receive some gifts from the faculty. On top of that, the runner-up will get a bottle of wine to celebrate, while the winner gets a valuable gift for the hard work.
What is important:
We are certain that you are full of great ideas and interesting initiatives that we and the citizens of Veszprém would appreciate. You may be aware that Veszprém is bidding for the European Capital of Culture 2023 title and within the framework of this project you have the opportunity to introduce yourselves and your nations and your cultures. We are planning to organise a Multinational Culinary Event, staged in the main square (Óváros tér) in Veszprém, where you and your friends from the same nation could prepare your favourite national dishes and let the local citizens taste them. It would be great if you could also wear the traditional costumes of your country, or perform a traditional dance, or play on a musical instrument typical of your country etc.
We are looking for small groups of 3-5 students from the same nation. Everything you may need will be provided, just please let us know. We need the following information:
The event would take place around the 15th or 22nd September (or 6th October).
Have a nice summer and hope to see you in September among the multinational chefs 🙂
This research is part of the European Capital of Culture (ECOC) candidate proposal and Bidbook preparation. In the name of the Veszprém ECOC Board and Presentation Team we are really interested in your honest ideas in order to develop the city and the Balaton Upland region in order to make youth stay and enjoy the place all year round.
Thank you very much for spending app. 8 minutes to contribute to the success of the research.
Dr. Edit Kővári and Dr. Ágnes Raffay
Startup Campus University offers students of 10 European countries the opportunity to present and validate their ideas in front of investors and market participants.