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Courses in Foreign Languages

For the Courses in Foreign Languages for Academic Semester 2015/16/I. autumn click here!

(Latest update: 17.09.2015)

Knowledge Mangement course by Prof. Bratianu in April 2014

Professor Bratianu

Prof. Dr. Constantin Bratianu is professor of Strategic Management and Knowledge Management at the Faculty of Business Administration, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania. He is Director of the Research Centre for Intellectual Capital, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest. He is a member of the American Academy of Management, Southern Association of Management, USA, and International Association of Knowledge Management. He published over 30 books, and over 200 papers in international journals and international conference proceedings. His main academic interests are: knowledge dynamics, knowledge management, intellectual capital, and strategic management.

In Prof. Bratianu’s course (7th-11th April 2014) the students can learn about the theory and practice of knowledge management and relating approaches including:

Knowledge economy. Knowledge management. Understanding knowledge by using metaphors. Explicit and tacit knowledge. Nonaka’s model for knowledge dynamics. The multifield model for knowledge dynamics. Emotional knowledge. Spiritual knowledge. Knowledge creation and acquisition. Knowledge sharing. Organizational learning and learning organization. Intellectual capital.

knowledge_mgtThis course invites master students from not only the Faculty of Business and Economics, but also master students of the Faculty of Information Technology and the Faculty of Modern Philology and Social Sciences.

The Knowledge Management (VEGTVESV44T) course is free of charge for the students and 6 credits can be obtained.

In case of any question please feel free to contact Dr. Anikó Csepregi (e-mail:csepregia@gtk.uni-pannon.hu; building A, 1st floor, office A129c ) at the Department of Management, Faculty of Business and Economics.

Career Development

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Summer School Torino

The Turin School of Local Regulation is pleased to announce the draft programme of the XVI Edition of the International Summer School on regulation of local public services (Torino, 9​th – 20th of September 2013).

The Summer School is addressed to undergraduate students at their last year, graduate students and officials from the Public Administration (municipalities, counties, regional bodies) and regulatory agencies.

Selected participants can benefit of very low registration fees; free registration from non-OECD countries and new EU member States. Registration includes 2-week free accommodation at the University residence in Turin.

Further information: http://www.fondazioneambiente.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=149&Itemid=118

Torino Italy

Leading Successful Teams course

We would like to recommend you a 3-credit course.
Professor Margaret Thompson from the Clayton State University (Atlanata, GA, USA) is going to hold an intensive course.

Topic: Leading Successful Teams
Schedule: 8-14 April, 8 am-12 am AND 15-16 April, 8 am -1 pm

Application:
Please apply in e-mail with sending your name, Neptun code, academic programme to Ms. Edit Komlósi, editkomlosi@gtk.uni-pannon.hu
The course will be registered in your Neptun.

Application deadline: 2 April 2013.

New course in English

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Click here for details on the ‘Global Sourcing’ course

My Master Experience by Ági Scherdán

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“My name is Ágnes Scherdán and I’m attending the Tourism Management MA course in English at the (Faculty of Economics) University of Pannonia. This is my first semester. I chose the English „version” of this study because I think it will be easier for us to get a better job, than for those who learn it in Hungarian. In the future I might work abroad and therefore the good English knowledge is indispensable.

In this semester we have some basic compulsory subjects – like Strategic Management, Managerial Decisions and Local Government Finance and Economics -, and some more practice-orientated ones, like Tourism Policy and Planning and Organization and management of integrated tourism businesses. On the last one, we’re having lots of guest speakers from the tourism sector during the semester, which is really interesting and useful for us.

So if you would like to do your MA studies in the field of Tourism and you speak English, do not hesitate to choose this program – you will only benefit from this!”

Photos about guest lectures on the Faculty’s Facebook page

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In April Dr. Ali Dadpay (Clayton State University) and Marcel Pop (Babes- Bolyai University) came to hold guest lectures at our Faculty.

The photos of visiting professor’s lectures  can be found at the Faculty’s facebook pages.

Online Marketing

online marketing The Faculty of Economics in cooperation with the University of Massachusetts Boston is launching an online marketing course.  The ’Two Markets and Two Universities course will combine students from both universities in an experimental online marketing course. The course intends to combine both strategy and marketing concepts with an international focus.
For more information click here.
Application deadline: 5 Sept. 2010, in the Neptun system under Strategic Marketing VEGTGAB544S
First consultation: 6 Sept. 2010
For more info come and see us in Buliding A, Office 133
or email: domezsuzsanna@gtk.uni-pannon.hu

Project Presentation Day

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This year ,26-27 April, the Faculty of Economics organises the 4th Project Presentation Day (PPD) where more than 180 students in German and 280 students in English present in 6 sections. The event came to exist in 2007 when Cecilia Tusa and Edit Komlósi, teaching business German and English courses that time, thought that students need to improve their presentation skills and teamwork. Although the course has undergone many changes the PPD is still an outstanding part of the Comprehensive Business Studies course. Why is it so successful and effective?  The reason is obvious: it teaches learners to gain self-confidence to present in a foreign language both in front of their class-mates and lecturers and also professors of the Faculty, company leaders, managers and representatives. Since 2009 students are assessed by an independent evaluation board and the result is built in the students’ final assessment.
For more info please contact Edit Komlósi at editkomlosi@gtk.uni-pannon.hu

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