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International Afternoon

by Dávid NeményiENGLISH SPEAKING programmes at the International Afternoon:

11.45 What can you gain from a scholarship in Atlanta? – Prof. John Parkerson, Clayton State University
12.20 How can you develop your international business skills by communication? – Prof. Candy Fresacher, visiting professor

ERASMUS CAFÉ (building B, conference room)
From 12.45 Erasmus and Hungarian students will share their international expereinces.
Austria, Czech Republic, Finnland, Poland, Turkey, Lithuania and more.
15.00 World Traveller’s Club– Introducing Nigeria – Frank Dibia
While listening to the presentations try a variety of national food and freshen yourself up with a cup of coffee or coke sponsored by Nescafé and Coca Cola.

See our Career Consultants at the CAREER CORNER.

Dress up in a flag to get discount at the bar.


Munich Business Summer School

Névtelen In July 2012, Munich University of Applied Sciences offers an interesting and intensive three week study program, the Munich Business Summer School:
Three week program from July 9 to July 27, 2012

Courses: German Language and Culture, International Management (International Economic & Management strategy / Doing Business in Germany)

We combine a high quality academic program with company visits and field trips. Participants will have the opportunity to learn in an international environment, to improve their intercultural competences and to get to know about the German language and history. The International Management course is taught in a tandem by one professor from our home institution and one professor from a US partner university.
We offer a carefree travel package, organize visits to companies (e.g. BMW), to memorial sites and touristy excursions. For more information, please find attached the brochure of the program or visit our website

Application deadline is March 15, 2012.

For more info Click HERE.

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US Study Abroad Fair International Education Week


US Study Abroad Fair International Education Week

November 18, 2011, Friday, 2 pm – 6 pm
Location: Veszprem, Komakut ter 3.
Eotvos Karoly County Library and Cultural Institute
Nagy Laszlo & Kisfaludy Conference Room, Second Floor

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Writing Workshop
The WW will present the basics of crafting a resume/CV, application essays and other type of academic writing.
Presentation by Fulbright ETA, Tyler Askew
Location: Nagy Laszlo Room

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Fulbright Scholarships to the United States
Presentation by Educational Adviser, Veronika Nagy
Location: Nagy Laszlo Room

3:00 pm – 6:00 pm US Study Abroad Fair
Location: Kisfaludy Room

5:00 pm Raffle of Valuable PrizesJoin us and meet representatives of international education programs!

FS Intercultural Programs Foundation
Nazareth CollegeAmerican Embassy Consular Section
ASSIST for High School Studies
Rutgers University
Wake Forest University
Colgate University Youth for Understanding
Princeton University Fulbright Commission
Bron-Y-Aur CCUSA
EducationUSA American Corners Hungary
University of Iowa Carnegie Mellon University
Utah State University

Free buffet and raffle ticket to all participants!
Attendance is free but pre-registration is kindly requested!

More information:
American Corner Veszprém Tel: 06-88-560-600,

November 18, 2011, Friday, 2 pm – 6 pm
Location: Veszprem, Komakut ter 3.
Eotvos Karoly County Library and Cultural Institute

Regatta 2010

regatta_2010This year, the Georgikon Faculty gave home for the rowing competition of the University of Pannonia, the Regatta, on 14th May, 2010 at Keszthely. The event was organized 12th time in the life of the university to strengthen the friendly relationship between and within the two campuses. Employees and students competed on 2000 ms in groups of women and men. The teams were made up by ten rowers and one arbiter. Though all but one, the competition of male students, was won by the campus of Veszprém, the rector, Ákos Rédey and the dean of the host faculty, Károly Dublecz emphasised the importance of the goal of the event and not the importance of winning. A thousand people visited the program to support the teams, and fortunately the weather was also graceful to the organizers and the competition took place in sunny weather.

VEN – University days at the University of Pannonia


The entry ceremony of VEN 2010

As a university student I had a lot of fun last week at the VEN. The event took place from 26 April till 2 May, 2010 at the upper campus of the university.

The 5 VEN groups were working hard to convince students why they should win the title of best entertaining team and were fighting hard for the title of the student rector. Among the many new ones, the usual programmes could be found as well: the entry ceremony from the Óváros Square was organized on Tuesday, where spectators were amused by very creative entry procedures. We had police and ambulance cars, tanks with military band, the Erasmus team performed their brilliant dance and even Robin Hood appeared with his mobile tower.

From Thursday on we had concerts and gigs to enjoy. The wide variety of performers promised programs for everyone with different tastes. It included many popular bands and djs of Hungary and the good atmosphere was guaranteed in advance.

In case you have missed something from the program or you only wish to relive the one week just take a look at the records the VEN news was doing all the time: the cast did their best to cover all the happenings of the 6 days.

Professor Parkerson has arrived at the Faculty

John ParkersonProfessor John E. Parkerson has arrived at the Faculty of Economics

He is starting giving his lectures 16 February  on various international management topics such as:
Political, Legal and Technological Environment; Strategy Formulation and Implementation; Entry Strategies and Organizational Structures:  managing Political Risk, Government Relations, and Alliances; Management Decision and Control. Issues that companies face when starting foreign operations:  contracting with foreign parties, etc.
He will also give a presentation on Ethics and Social Responsibility:  international “compliance” concerns (including issues such as corruption, anti-trust, discrimination) and Managing Across Cultures and international human resources too.

All interested students are welcome to participate at these fascinating presentations.

Honorary consul of Hungary at the Faculty

pk0224johnparkerson3Professor John E. Parkerson Jr. is coming to our Faculty to hold a Strategic Management course  in Ferburay 16-26.
Besides being a professor at the Clayton State University, he is Hungary’s honorary consul for the Southeast U.S. and is constantly working to promote trade between Hungary and the region.”
As honorary consul, Parkerson is the official link between Hungary and the Southeast. On a personal level, he is also developing close friendships with a growing list of Hungarian government and industry leaders, connections he believes will eventually lead to increased trade and business relationships with the Central European country of nine million people.
Parkerson’s connection to Hungary goes back to a 2003 trade mission to central Europe sponsored by the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce and led by then-Clayton State President Dr. Thomas K. Harden. On a reciprocal trade mission to Atlanta in mid-2005, Parkerson, at the time the chair of the Clayton State University Foundation, became friends with András Simonyi, Hungary’s ambassador to the U.S., a relationship that ultimately resulted in Simonyi asking Parkerson to become honorary consul for the Southeast U.S. in 2007.
Parkerson also had a hand in another of GlobalAtlanta’s Top 10 stories of 2009. The fifth most-viewed story was about the Global Soap Project. In addition to being a member of the board and the attorney of the Global Soap Project, Parkerson also did a non-profit and entity structure work for the group which recycles used soap from Atlanta hotels for use in refugee camps in Africa.
Do not miss the chance then and apply to his course now!!! For more info contact:



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