The Nagykanizsa Campus of the University of Pannonia, the Foundation for Higher Education in Kanizsa, the Police Science Council, the Hungarian Association of Police Science, the Working Committee of the Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Geography of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Hungarian Tourism Agency organize an international scientific conference as IV. INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON TOURISM AND SECURITY.
Date: 3 (Tuesday) December 2019, 9.30 am
Location: Hotel Karos SPA++++ superior, 1. Alma street, Zalakaros 8749
The aim of the conference is to make the most recent domestic and international results in tourism, security and tourism security accessible to the expert audience and provide an opportunity to connect professionals and researchers working in the industry. The purpose of the event is to facilitate the acquisition of publishing and presentations for young researchers and PhD students. We kindly invite the representatives of the government sector, the staff of the higher education institutions, all the colleagues and experts interested in the topic.
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Autumn 2019, the University of Pannonia hosts the Wine Week study tour with the participation of Italian and Hungarian university students, lecturers and professionals involved in wine tourism.
The five day programme includes lectures and field visits focusing on wine and gastronomy tour-ism in Veszprém and in the surroundings
The official language of the Wine Week is English, participants receive a certification after it.
How to apply?
– Motivation letter
Short personal interview after the application.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION 15TH SEPTEMBER, 2019.
Send your application to & for more information contact: Judit SULYOK, firstname.lastname@example.org, Room A112
Falling Walls is a unique international platform for leaders from the worlds of science, business, politics, the arts and society. It was initiated on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall. In this year the foundation organizes an English-language science and innovation competition in Budapest for the second time. The participants has an opportunity to show their innovative ideas in just 3 minutes, showcasing a breakthrough that creates a positive impact on science and society. The best performers can be part of the Falling Walls Lab Finals and the Falling Walls Conference in Berlin, which will be funded by the Falling Walls Lab Foundation and home organizers.
Who can apply:
They welcome applications from undergraduate, graduate, PhD students, postdoctors, young professionals, entrepreneurs and professors who:
– are currently undergoing BSc or MSc, or
– since their BA degree, no more than 10 years have passed, or
– has been in the MSc degree for over 7 years, or
– Their PhD degree has been acquired in the last 5 years.
Application deadline is 15.08.2019. You can apply here>>>
The public finals of the competition will be at the Semmelweis University – Basic Medical Science Center – Budapest (H-1094), Tűzoltó street 37-43.
The competition is organized by the Falling Walls Foundation under the joint organization of the Budapest Semmelweis University, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and DAAD Hungary.
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Visiting WSTiE The University College of Tourism and Ecology in Sucha Beskitzka, Poland
Within the framework of NAWA Project we had the opportunity to visit WSTiE, the University College of Tourism and Ecology in Sucha Beskidzka, south Poland in June 2019. With the participation of four countries (Poland, Hungary, England and Italy), the first phase of the project workshop was about Design thinking as a tool for practical support of science and business development based on international partnership. The project (ending in autumn 2020) involves both practical and theoretical activities in connection with tourism and business.
During the project meeting we visited the main attractions in Lesser Poland, including Krakow and Babiogórski National Park, to get a closer look at the touristic features of the area. Based on our previous knowledge and experiences we filled in some SWOT analysis and McKinsey Matrix to contribute to the research of the Polish university concerning the tourism development of the region.
In order to enhance the spirit of entrepreneurship, all students were supposed to give a presentation on their ideas about how their university supports them to become an entrepreneur or start a career in business life.
To sum up, this project meeting was a great opportunity to encounter and successfully collaborate with international students and professors. Inspired by the best practices shared in Poland we are looking forward to the next phase of the NAWA project.
Let’s Learn How to Learn! – Learning skills development for secondary school students
Consortium led by the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Pannonia won the grant titled ’LELLE2 – Let’ learn how to learn! – Learning skills development for secondary school students’ in the frame of Erasmus+ announced by the European Committee in 2018. The European Union supports the project number 2018-1-HU01-KA201-047839 with €297.386 starting on September 1st, 2018 planned ending on December 31st, 2020. The University of Pannonia leads the strategic partnership project collaborating with Eszterházy Károly University – Hungarian Institute for Education Research and Development (Hungary), the Statny Pedagogicky Ustav (Slovakia), the Cirkevná spojená škola MARIANUM (Slovakia), Liceul Teoretic „Téglás Gábor” (Romania), Kuressaare Gümnaasium (Estonia), and the I. Béla Comprehensive School, Dorm and Primary School from Szekszárd (Hungary).
The LELLE2 project idea came from the success of ERASMUS+ project LELLE (http://lelle.gtk.uni-pannon.hu/en/home/) which focused on the research, measurement and development of learning skills (managing own learning process, critical thinking, problem solving). In order to be successful during the higher educational studies or finding a job factual knowledge is not enough, certain additional soft skills are also needed.
These key competences are not taught in the institutions so that secondary students need to acquire these skills themselves. The main objective of our project is to provide secondary school students with learning skills development and to equip them with skills that can be used on the job market and in the secondary and higher education.
During the 28-month project the Partnership lead by the Faculty of Business and Economics is to achieve the implementation of the
following intellectual outputs:
- Best Practice Collection on Learning Skills Development (compilation of state-of-the-art learning skills development methods available for assessing and developing the learning skills of secondary school students)
- How to Teach How to Learn – teachers training in secondary schools (training material for secondary school teachers and provide training for them)
- Learning skills assessment of secondary school students (taking into account the skills and abilities of secondary school students, and the demands of higher education and employers)
- Pedagogical materials for learning skills development
- European Learning Skills Development Gateway (it will be a knowledge share portal and will also function as a knowledge community)
The first transnational project meeting was held in Veszprém on 8th – 9th October, 2018. The Partnership successfully started the project work in the Kick-off meeting.
More information: www.facebook.com/lelleproject
On 6th of October 2018. (Saturday) the Library and the Bookstore of the University will be open from 8am till 13pm. If you got some research work don’t hesitate to visit it!
Would you like to study and work in the European Capital of Culture? Then please help Veszprém to be the one by completing this questionnaire.
This research is part of the European Capital of Culture (ECOC) candidate proposal and Bidbook preparation. In the name of the Veszprém ECOC Board and Presentation Team we are really interested in your honest ideas in order to develop the city and the Balaton Upland region in order to make youth stay and enjoy the place all year round.
Thank you very much for spending app. 8 minutes to contribute to the success of the research.
Dr. Edit Kővári and Dr. Ágnes Raffay
A two-day event on Financialisation, Economy, Society and Sustainable Development:
– Tuesday 27 September will be dedicated to a reflection from a research perspective.
– On Wednesday 28 September, we will open the debate from a policy perspective.
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The FESSUD project will close 5 years of research about financialisation of our economy. It will present its main findings and policy recommendations for a financial system better serving the economy, society and the environment.
FESSUD brings together expertise from 14 leading universities across Europe and South Africa and PLS as the only civil society organisation to look afresh at how the financial system affects the world around us. This project has studied the growth and impacts of the financial system in Europe and offers recommendations to make the financial system work for society, the economy and the environment and not – as has sometimes been the case – the other way round.
The FESSUD project targets a wide public going from policy makers to representatives of the business sector, through civil society, to academics and citizens from the EU and beyond.
More information: http://fessud.eu/fessud-final-conference-2016/
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism.
In 2016, UNWTO will continue the PhD Research Programme, successfully started in 2014, which will offer again two PhD students the opportunity to contribute to the UNWTO programme for Sustainable Development of Tourism (SDT). The main aim of this programme is to support research to advance the general knowledge and further broaden ones’ understanding about the importance of sustainable and resilient tourism at the international level.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 15th June 2016
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: All applications must include the following documents:
- Curriculum vitae that includes your contact details
- 1-2 page motivation letter
- Linkages between PhD study and UNWTO research
- Academic transcripts
- Letter of support from PhD supervisor
- All applications must be written in English
Applications will only be accepted if completed and according to application requirements. Applications should be submitted via email to the following address: email@example.com
REFERENCE: PhD Researcher at the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
Important pointers for applicants:
Applicants are kindly requested:
- To clearly indicate “PhD Researcher at the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)” on the motivation letter.
- To avoid sending their application via multiple routes.
- To refrain from contacting the Organization on the status of their application. Applicants who do not receive any feedback within three months of the deadline should consider their application as unsuccessful
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