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A visit from Bangkok

with_Unchalee Apaiporrapak4In May 2012 Ms. Unchalee Apaiporrapak, Lecturer of Thai Department, Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep (RMUTK) visited our Faculty from Bangkok.

Ms. Apaiporrapak introduced us their university and told us about their culture and thir study programmes. RMUTK offers a variety of programmes from Computer Technology through Fashion Design and Analytical Chemistry to Marketing and Management. Among the universitiy’s visions  is the ‘hapiness focus’.

For the English website of the Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep (RMUTK) click here: http://www.rmutk.ac.th/en/

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

UniTrader Contest

bmfn_unitrader_contestThe CEE university trading contest would take place between 21.05 and 31.05. Students form each University in the Balkan and Central Europe region are invited to participate. They would start trading with a demo account, funded with virtual $100 000. Using our trading platform UniTrader, students would be able to trade in real time and real prices with currencies, commodities, shares, indices and ETFs.

All students are invited to register for our demo contest through our website www.bmfn.eu. Registration would start on May 7. Students would be able to practice trading till May 21, when all accounts would be reset to $100,000 and the real contest would begin.

The winner would be those student who has the largest capital in the end of the contest. The first three participants in the final rankings would receive live trading accounts funded with real money.

BMFN already organized the first University trading contest in Bulgaria. More than 450 students from 15 universities across the country took part of the contest and had the chance to gain valuable experience in trading on the financial markets. We believe that the Balkan trading contest is a great chance for students in our region to face the real financial world and implement their knowledge in practice.

For more information on the contest clikc HERE.

English Language Summer School

glydwr_summer school1Course Overview This four week intensive English language and cultural studies programme offers 21 hours a week guided learning opportunities at intermediate, upper intermediate and advanced levels of English – subject to sufficient student numbers and an initial English language test on arrival.

The Summer School is for students of any first language who are looking for a short but intensive experience of studying in Wales.

Tuition and credits On successful completion students will be awarded a Glyndŵr University Certificate of Continuing Education and 20 Higher Education credits (=10 ECTS) which can be used towards a Higher Education degree as appropriate.

Social programme Social events and weekend trips are included in the price and will take place according to the schedule.

Accommodation Students are provided with on-campus accommodation or are allocated to University housing a short distance from the University.

Minimum Age: 18 years

Fees: £1400

Start dates
Monday, July 2, 2012
Monday, July 30, 2012

Duration 4 weeks

More details

Click here for the program’s overview.

Click here for the leaflet.

PhD in Economics in Bologna

phd_in_economics_in_bolognaThe Department of Economics at the University of Bologna (DSE) offers the new edition of its PhD Program. This program aims at training students for a career as economists in academic institutions or in research departments of corporations, public organizations, financial institutions and the government.

The program has a standard organization and is taught in English. In the first year students are asked to take six courses in quantitative methods, microeconomics and macroeconomics. By the end of the first year they will also have to choose a field of specialization and a research supervisor. In the second year, students will choose six more advanced courses consistent with their field of specialization. The rest of the program is devoted to work on the dissertation. To this aim students will be asked to present their papers in the monthly PhD informal meetings and in the more formal PhD forums.

The considerable diversification of research areas covered by the members of the DSE and their international reputation provide an outstanding environment where students of most fields in economics may find research ideas and tight guidance for their doctoral studies.

More information is available at http://www.phdeco.unibo.it > Admissions 2012.

Any further question may be addressed to dse.phdeco@unibo.it.

With LMEC, the PhD in Economics is part of the Graduate Program in Economics at the University of Bologna. LMEC is a two-year Master of Science. Courses cover core areas of theoretical and empirical economics with particular emphasis on a rigorous quantitative approach. For more information on LMEC, please visit www.lmec.unibo.it.

Sincerely,

Giacomo Calzolari

PhD Director

dse.phdeco@unibo.it.

Internship in International Marketing

Internship.Duna.CollegeDear Students,we would like to draw your attention to an internship opportnity in international marketing in Budapest.

For more information click here.

Upcoming Programs in the American Corner

CC 2.0 By HarshLightUntil June 15, 2012 – Dream America… and it will happen!
May 3, Thursday 16.30 – English Conversation Club
May 3, Thursday 16.30 – Read for Kids
May 4-5, Friday-Saturday – 4th National English Language Drama Festival in Veszprem
THE AC WILL BE CLOSED ON THE WEEK OF MAY 7-11, 2012
May 15, Tuesday 16.30- Steverson Collection Book Club
May 17, Thursday 16.30 – English Conversation Club
May 17, Thursday 16.30 – Read for Kids
May 22, Tuesday 16.30 – Steverson Collection Book Club
May 23, Wednesday 17.30 – Pre-Departure Orientation (tentative date)
May 24, Thursday 16.30 – English Conversation Club
May 24, Thursday 16.30 – Read for Kids

For detailed information click here.

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