…. will be our last evening program during the first International Week organized by the Department of Tourism
29. September, 2009
from 18:00 | Hotel Magister Conference Room
We would like to invite you to this event, which program schedule is the following:
18:30 Karate show (by László Papp – a student of University of Pannonia)
19:00 Very interesting lecture of Norbert dr. Kávási about Japan: ”From the research laboratory to the jungle”, by which you can get an insight of the life of Japan’s nigh clubs, its special gastronomy and into the world of the country’s untouched rainforest
21:00 Tea-time with a surprise Japanese speciality
21:30 Creative corner: Sudoku, origami and skilful games
22:30 Anime screening
Nothing to do on 28 September evening? Come on and join us free our Malaysian night.
Time: from 18:30
Place: DC pub
- Photo Exhibition of Malaysia
- Exotic fruitbasket
- Excited presentation by Kamsina Abu Bakar about her homecountry, Malaysia (in English)
- Malaysian coctail
- Flower origami
- Short Films
- Tombola – you can win: postcardpackage of Malaysia, a glass of champagne or wine, 2 tickets to Club Eszpresszo, Enikő party
Jackpot: a food voucher of 2.000 HUF value sponzored by Tűztorony Restaurant
Within the International Week the Faculty of Economics presenting…………………
During the programme Asst. Prof. Dr. Osman Nuri Özdogan in presentation of the Adnan Menderes University School of Tourism and Hotel Management will tell stories about Turkey -its culture, religion and tourism.
Date: 23. September, 2009
Time: from 18:00
Place: Central Dormitory
18:00 opening – tales and pictures
19:00 Asst. Prof. Dr. Osman Nuri Özdogan’s presentation about Turkey
21:00 “Jó Hangulat Klub” dance show
21:30 Turkish Quiz
22:00 Belly Dance performance by Szabina Nyírő – professional Belly Dance teacher
22:30 Erasmus students from Turkey -How to dance traditional Turkish dance…?
Join in this magical nigth free….
The main aim of this week is to can get a deeper insight into tourism related topics led by internationally recognized tourism experts. Our presenters are the representatives of the tourism industry from all round the world. We would like to invite all students who are eager to meet professionals from Poland, Malaysia, Turkey, Finland, Portugal, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Austria, England, Australia and would like to listen to facinating tourism talks. We intend to draw the students’ attention to the importance of the study-abroad programs. During this week students are provided with the opportunity to attend various presentations of foreign lecturers and they have the chance to get to know numerous recognized lecturers from our partner institutions, where students of the University of Pannonia can study in the framework of an Erasmus program.Continue Reading International Week at the Tourism Department 23-30th September, 2009.
The Department of Accountancy and Controlling would like to invite you to take part in the “Ausgewählte Fragen
zum deutschen Steuerwesen” german course.
Prerequisite: “Einführung in das Steuerwesen”.
The course will be held between 28th of September – 09th of October, from 09:45-11:15 and 11:30-13:00.
More information: email@example.com
Registration: room A222 (Department of Accountany and Controlling)
A delegation of our faculty was introduced at the Tourism department of the College of Munich on the ‘Hungarian Day’, organised by the Munich representatives of the Hungarian Tourism Co. in June 2009.
There has been a long, successful relationship between the Faculty of Economics, University of Pannonia and the Tourism Department, College of Munich, which has already served as a basis for various student exchange programs.
In the framework of the exchange programs, several students of the University of Pannonia have been provided with the opportunity of continuing their studies in Munich. Similarly, many German students studied in Veszprem. The two institutions intend to strengthen their relationship, so that the University of Pannonia would be able to host even more German students.
The main purpose of the ‘Hungarian Day’ was to provide the students of the College of Munich with useful and detailed information about Hungary and the Hungarian study opportunities. Among the programs one could found presentations from the Hungarian Tourism Co., the ADAC expert, the representative of the Rosenheim Kulinarishe Ungarnreisen , and the distributor of premium quality Hungarian products. Some professors of the University of Pannonia and students studying in Munich also held numerous presentations.