Practical placement (internship) at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Maribor, International Office
Short description of main tasks:
collaborating with the foreign partners universities, institutions; administrative and other tasks considering on students outgoing and incoming mobility; activities in some international projects.
Duration of training: 6 months
Beginning of training: Beginning of April 2014 – End of September 2014
Contact: International Office
Sanja Kocijan, MSc.
Tel: +386 2 22 90 252
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Come and join us on 27 November at 5 pm to prepare hand-made Christmas decoration.
Venue: building A, in the basement, just in front of the A/01 room.
Entrance is free, decoration materials will be provided along with hot tea! Don’t forget to bring your mug!
Photo by Z. H.
Name: Zohrab Hamo
Coming from: Hochschule Beremen, Germany
Programme: Erasmus student mobility
1. Why did you choose Hungary?
I choose Hungary because two of my friends studied earlier in Veszprém and they told me that the university is very good and the professors are very friendly and the people are very nice .
2. What did you know about Hungary before you arrived?
Not so much, just some Wikipedia information about Hungary.
3. How do you like your stay in Hungary? What do you like the most in Hungary and in Veszprém?
Yes of course I like staying here. I like Budapest very much because it is an international city, you can meet all kinds of people there. Veszprém is small but it is very nice. After one week, you know everything about Veszprém and they students are very friendly here and they are helpful.
4. What are your future plans?
Working between Arabic’s countries and Germany, because I speak both languages, so I would like to be a kind of manager!!
5. Is there anything else you would like to share?
I like Veszprém 😉
The 5th International Week was held between 7-10 October 2013 with the aim to create a real international atmosphere at the Faculty. The week was a busy week with presentations and free time programmes for students, faculty, and anyone interested. The core of the programme was a series of presentations on various topics related to international experiences, opportunities, and to current issues in international business and economics. The International Week also offered activities where Hungarian and international students could meet and socialize. Besides, this year the Faculty introduced a game, and offered price for students attending the most programmes. The winner of the game won a one-day shadow management programme with Mr. Ádám Szentkirályi, Vice-CEO of AVEX Zrt.
Let’s see how the week went.
On Monday Professor Péter Mihályi’s presentation opened the International Week with introducing an interesting topic and offering useful tips and hints on how to publish in an international journal. The afternoon offered a colourful insight into cultures and abroad experiences; the audience could get to know better Germany, Italy, Transylvania, Latvia and Nigeria through the words of our Hungarian and international students spiced with lots of beautiful photos. On Tuesday the day started with the lecture of an honoured guest from the Netherlands, Professor Dirk-Jan Kamann held a lecture on the trends in marketing. The second half of the day provided valuable information for those who were interested in spending some months abroad studying or doing an internship; Mr. Károly Kopasz introduced scholarship opportunities. Later Professor Candy Fresacher brought Brasil to Veszprém for the evening, with her lively presentation on this far away country within the frame of the World Travellers’ Club. Even the night was dedicated to the international atmosphere! On Tuesday night an international party awaited the students in Club DC. On Wednesday Ms. Viktória Sziller held a discussion on working outside of Hungary, which was followed by an interactive intercultural training held by Ms. Janka Huják. The same day the Global Village evening brought the flavours of nations to the Faculty, where students could taste the national dishes of Spain, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Latvia and Kosovo. The closing day of the International Week was also rich in programmes. In the morning Ms. Vedrana Knežević and Mr. Mišel Jakšić gave presentations on the EU accession of Croatia and on municipal projects in Croatia. In the afternoon German Henao and Gábor Sándor from AIESEC lead discussions on the challenges of working in an international team and on intercultural differences.
The 5th International Week offered a palette of colourful programmes all organised around the topic of internationalisation. If you missed it this year, make sure you will not miss it next autumn!
Written by Janka Huják
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