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Film Club in the American Corner Veszprém

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Hackathlon! Get to know the startup world!

Hackathon flyer ENGThe first international Hackathlon will be organised in Nagykanizsa 11-12 April 2014.

WHAT IS this event: Hackathon = Hack + Marathon
This is a special competition of business ideas with a scalable period of time.
The Hackathon-in-a-Box series of events reveals new ideas, shows the real strengths of the participants– maybe hidden previously, builds community and demonstrates the creativity of the university and its students.

Apply for the challenge!

Further information: http://hackathon.uni-pen.hu/en/index.html

Application: http://hackathon.uni-pen.hu/en/registration.html

Important! Applicants must apply individually, even if they will compete in teams!

International Afternoon 2014

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American Corner Film Club

Film Club - Big Fish_1

6th National English Language Drama Festival – Call for plays!

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For further information  please click here: CALL FOR PLAYS

Coaching

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Attend the International Week and WIN!

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25th VEN

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VEN is the university festival, university days of the University of Pannonia.

VEN (=Veszprém University Days) is being organised for the 25th time between 29 April and 4 MAy 2013. This year more than 23 bands will play on the stages including guest performers form the UK and Italy. Among the variety of cultural and fun programmes the Faculty of Business and Economics organizes the English-speaking VENternational Picnic.

Read the details of the VEN here:
http://ven.uni-pannon.hu/index.php?p=infok_en

4th International Afternoon

4th International Afternoon

4th International Afternoon

Colours, flavours, experiences and fun. These words describe the atmosphere of the 4th International Afternoon, which was organised on 27 February. The event aimed to present students various opportunities to go abroad including study-abroad scholarships, internships within and outside Europe, shorter courses and summer programmes.

While the international fair was on in the main hall, the conference room hosted presentations on scholarships, which were followed by Hungarian students presenting their experiences from travelling abroad. Thus, we heard about the beauties and the difficulties of studying abroad. We learned that while we are happy with a grade 4 in Hungary, it would mean a fail in Portugal on the 20 grade scale. We also got some insight into the student life in the French capital, Paris. Not only the Hungarian but the university’s international students gave presentations about their own countries and they have confirmed or disproved some typical stereotypes: e.g. Finnish people really keep 2 metres distance apart while waiting for the bus, and the Czech Republic is not only the country for tasty beers but also offers lots of cultural opportunities.

What about the flavours? The international students prepared some delicious food for the visitors. The most exotic meal was the so called “Puff-Puff and Beans”, a Cameroonian breakfast which refers to a spicy bean sauce with a special kind of sweet donut. We also tasted Italian lasagne, Greek feta cheese pie, Turkish eggplant kebab, Finnish pancake, Czech cake and British orange-carrot cookies.

The World Travellers’ Club, the closing event of the afternoon, took us on a trip to Cameroon. Have you ever thought that the International Women’s Day is one of the biggest festivals in Cameroon when men and women are celebrating together?! The audience also learned that Cameroon produces coffee, tea and cocoa in large quantities but the locals only drink tea and they export almost the full amount of the produced coffee and cocoa to Europe.
The afternoon was both about the meeting of different cultures, and about the opportunities that we can take now while we are students.

Written by Janka Huják

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