By Jamee C CC 2.0
Gifu University is currently seeking applications of privately-financed international exchange students (special auditors, special research students) from its sister universities, who intend to study at Gifu University in 2011 and 2012.
More info here.
The Institute of English and American Studies, University of Pannonia (IEAS) and the American Corner, Veszprém, Eötvös Károly County Library and Cultural Institute (ACH) are happy to announce the 1st Gothic Week in Veszprém programme series in 11-14 October. In the course of the four-day programme those who interested can become familiar with the Gothic as a literary trend, its major movements and its representation in various literary and popular genres.
During the week participants can take part lectures, performances, movie nights and a concert.
The events are free, all are cordially invited to attend.
My name is Theresa Jaeger and I am 23 years old and from Vienna, Austria. Back at home I did my Bachelors at the University of Applied Sciences of Vienna (FH Wien) – Tourism Management. During that period an internship abroad was compulsory, so I spent six months in Dubai working at a 5* hotel, called Mina A’Salam, which belongs to the Jumairah Hotel Group.
Before I started my Masters at the University of Applied Sciences JOANNEUM in Bad Gleichenberg, I completed another internship. I spent two months on Jamaica, working in an All-inclusive Luxury Family Resort, called Beaches Boscobel. I gained work experience in the following departments, Front Office, Guest Services, Environment, Health & Saftey, Spa and Sales.
After that semester abroad here in Veszprém, I will start an internship at an Austrian Event-Management Agency, which I am really looking forward to.”
Theresa Jäger, BA
FH JOANNEUM (University of Applied Sciences)
Healthmanagement in Tourism
The Stink Machine is coming to Veszprém as part of Gothic Week.
The concert explores the history of American garage bands. The show includes songs from Buddy Holly, Tom Petty, The who, the Rolling stones and several others.
Admission is free! All are welcome to attend!
Time: 2010. october 13. wednesday 19:00
Venue: Kisfaludy Room, Eötvös Károly County Libary and Cultural Institute. (komakút tér 3.)
Joseph D. Blackburn Professor of the Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA gives a presentation on ’ Time-Driven Supply Chain Design’ at our Faculty. The visiting professor’s 90 min. lecture takes place in room A204 on Monday (11 October) from 10 o’clock.
Both lecturers and students are welcome to attend.
Hi Everyone 🙂
My name is Marion Robert. I’m living in Angers, which is located in the West part of France. I am studying Economics and managment in the Catholic university of the West (UCO).
I decided to come to Hungary, Veszprém because I want to discover a new culture, an other academic system, new people and a country where I have never been. I also didn’t want to be with other French student to be able to improve my English skills. I’m trying to learn Hungarian but it’s a really difficult language.
My hobbies are traveling, I would like to visit as mush countries as I can ;). I also enjoy a lot of sports like kitesurf, Snowboarding, ice skating, canyoning… and I would like to discover new ones!
I Enjoy my Erasmus in Veszprém, I had the opportunities to spend time with a lot of nice people and I’m looking forward to have a great semester here in Veszprém !
A bientôt !
Have you ever wondered about spending time abroad? If you have, but you don’t know how to start…
You definately should come on 8-9 October to the Youth on Move event held in the Millenaris Park where more than 300 programmes provide information about the EU programmes.
See you there 😉
Hello! Jirka vagyok! I live in the heart of Europe, in the Czech Republic. I know that Hungarians disagree, but it is the only thing which they could do 🙂
I live aproximately 60 kilometers far away northly from my capital in a nice historical and royal town called Litoměřice. It is situated in a very nice landscape of the České Středohoří Mountains (protected landscape area), upon the Labe River, one of the most important rivers in my country. There are over 26 000 inhabitants. If you visit my country, do not miss Litoměřice. However my university town is situated just vice versa in the south of the country in České Budějovice. My branch of study is Management of Commerce with specialization Tourism. In the meanwhile I have enjoyed it very much. And I am very thankful I got the occasion to study abroad.
My hobbies are travelling, learning about new cultures and sport. I have not visited such many countries in my life yet. As you surely know this hobby is very expensive. However I could tick off next country, Hungary 🙂 But I have met a big number of various cultures. What can I say about Hungarians? A very kind nation, but everything takes them more time than necessary 😉 My favourite sport is volleyball, I love this game, it always makes me free 🙂 And I am happy I can join volleyball “lessons“ here in Veszprém as well.
Because I worked as the Český Krumlov State Castle Tour Guide (the UNESCO monument) last two summers, I think I am a little experienced in tourism industry. And in Veszprém I can see an occasion to develop myself. Of course I visited Veszprémi Vár. It is a nice castle. In my opinion the Český Krumlov Castle is nicer 🙂 If you are interested in this castle, do not hesitate and ask me. I would be happy to share my knowledge 🙂
Why did I choose University of Pannonia? Truth of the matter there is not big choice in my university. But how I found already Veszprém is charmed town. More windy than usual though 🙂 It doesn’t matter. I am really satisfied with my choice. I have met new friends here including other Erasmus students and Hungarians. I am trying to get over Hungarian language obstacles. I hope I will succeed in it. We will see before my departure.
Management of Commerce – Tourism
University of South Bohemia