Boguslawa Urbaniak from University of Lodz (Poland) spent one week at University of Pannonia, Faculty of Business and Economics according to the Erasmus + Mobility Programme.
She held a presentation with the title “An ageing society as a new challenge for the labour market” to the Erasmus, tourism and catering, and business administration and management students of the Management course.
Az első évfolyamos LEVELEZŐS hallgatók tájékoztatóját szeptember 22-én tartjuk a Polinszky-teremben (Wartha Vincze utca) az alábbiak szerint:
8.00 – 8.15 óráig összevont tájékoztató (levelező BA, FOKSZ, mester)
Ezt követően szaktájékoztatók szakonként a szakvezetőkkel:
8.15 – 8.45 óráig szaktájékoztató
– levelező alapképzési szakok (BA): Emberi erőforrás, Gazdálkodás és menedzsment, Kereskedelmi és marketing, Műszaki menedzser, Pénzügy és számvitel, Turizmus-vendéglátás;
– levelező felsőoktatási szakképzési szakok (FOKSZ): Gazdálkodás és menedzsment, Kereskedelmi és marketing, Pénzügy és számvitel, Turizmus-vendéglátás;
– levelező mesterképzési szakok (MA): Vezetés és szervezés, Ellátásilánc-menedzsment, Műszaki menedzser, MBA
11.00-12.00 Education USA – Boglárka Falussy, director, American Corner (A/204)
15.00-17.00 My Journey Through America – Boglárka Falussy, director, American Corner (A/204)
10.00-11.00 Where the Magic comes – Finland – Edit Neubauer, Honorary Consul of Finland (A/204)
13.00-16.00 Negotiating to Success in Global Business – Adrienne Makkay-Chambers, Head of Higher Education Centre for Business Development, Faculty of Business and Economics (A/204). Send your registration to firstname.lastname@example.org!
16.00-17.00 Let me show where I am from… – International students introduce themselves (Tosin Tunde Adefolaju, Seun Seyi Omigade – Nigeria) (A/204)
17.00-18.00 CCUSA info meeting – Would you like to work in the USA or Canada? You have opportunity to gain experience! – Szabina Szombat, area representative, CCUSA
18.00-20.00 World Traveller’s Club: El Camino – more than pilgrimage – Mónika Szalay, flight attendant (Central Dorm – Központi Kollégium, Egyetem str. 10.)
14.00-15.00 Why do you apply for Latvia? – Dr. Katalin Lőrincz, associate professor, Faculty of Business and Economics (A/204)
16.00-18.00 Culinary Travel in Europe – Quiz! – Margit Biermann, master lecturer, Faculty of Business and Economics (A/204). Create 4 member groups and registrate via email@example.com!
18.00- American Corner Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner (Eötvös Károly County Library – Kisfaludy Room, www.veszprem.americancorner.hu)
09.00-11.00 Intercultural Training – Dr. Irina Golubeva, University of Pannonia (A/204). Send your registration to firstname.lastname@example.org!
11.00-12.00 Algoos Information (A/204)
13.00-14.00 Erasmus Information Day – Kolos Adorján, University of Pannonia (A/204)
14.00-16.00 Time of my Life – Travelogue (Vivien Fritz, Liza Balogh, Áron Hajba) (A/204)
16.00-18.00 Christmas is coming soon – Arts and crafts (A/204)
Those who participate in 3 events get a special present with GTK logo. Pop in for a summary booklet! (A/101)
Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences is happy to announce the 17th edition of Baltic International Summer School, taking place in the green and active city of Valmiera, Latvia, from June 21 – July 2, 2015. This year the students can apply for 1 of the 2 simultaneous courses:
“International Tourism Events Management” – exploring the event management industry; and “Latvia – Place for Creative Development” which will focus on Latvian culture, language and characteristics in today’s world.
The students from the University of Pannonia are exempt from tuition fee and need to cover only their accommodation, meals, and cultural programme (which is a total of 390 EUR). Students can apply until June 1. The special feature of this year’s summer school will be the possibility to experience the traditional way of Latvian summer solstice celebration “Jani”. We will appreciate if you forward this information to any students who might be interested. Further information can also be found on the website: http://biss.va.lv
Phone: +371 64250853
Fax: +371 64207229
On behalf of the organising committee we are happy to announce that the English and American Studies Institute, University of Pannonia, the American Corner Veszprém, Eötvös Károly County Library and the Petőfi Theatre of Veszprém will organize the seventh annual festival of amateur theatre in English in the spring of 2015 (exact date to be released soon). The 7th National English Language Drama Festival in Veszprém, 2015 intends to provide opportunities for theatre-lovers to prove their talent on stage in English.
We look forward to productions:
• from any college or university and secondary school as long as the cast is made up of Hungarian students speaking English
• that are in English and the running time does not exceed 90 minutes but keeps the audience in their seats for at least 20 minutes.
Deadline for application to the festival: Midnight, November 5, 2014
A book was published with title “Exploring Community Festivals and Events” edited by Dr. Alan Clarke, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Business and Economics, and his colleague Allan Jepson.
Edited by Allan Jepson, Alan Clarke
The development of the festival and event industry has seen large scale growth and extensive government support as a result of objectives to enhance and project the image of place and leverage positive sponsorship and regeneration opportunities. As we move deeper into austerity measures prompted by economic recession, community festivals and events as a sacred or profane time of celebration can be considered even more important than ever before.
This book for the first time explores the role and importance of ‘community’, ‘culture’ and its impact through festivals and events. Split into two distinct sections, the first introduces key themes and concepts, contextualises local traditions and culture, and investigates how festivals and events can act as a catalyst for tourism and create a sense of community. It then questions the social and political nature of festivals and community events through examining their ownership. The second section focuses on communities themselves, seeking to examine and discuss key emerging themes in community event studies such as; the role of diaspora, imagined communities, pride and identity, history, producing and consuming space and place, authenticity, and multi-ethnic communities. Examples are drawn from Portugal, the Dominican Republic, the USA, Malaysia, Malta, Finland and Australia making this book truly international.
This significant volume will be valuable reading for students and academics across the fields of Event, Tourism and Hospitality studies as well as other social science disciplines.
1. Defining and exploring community festivals and events Allan Jepson & Alan Clarke
2. Organic Festivity: A Missing Element of Community Festival Vern Biaett
3. Experiencing Community Festivals and Events: Insights from Finnish Summer Festivals Maarit Kinnunen & Antti Haahti
4. Festivals and sense of community in places of transition: The Yakkerboo Festival, an Australian case study Michelle Duffy & Judith Mair
5. New and old tourism traditions – The case of Skieda in Livigno, Italian Alps Margherita Pedrana
6. ‘Whose festival?’: Examining questions of participation, access and ownership in rural festivals Jodie George, Rosie Roberts, & Jessica Pacella
7 . “Wha’s Like Us?” Scottish Highland Games in America and the Identity of the Scots’ Diaspora Jenny Flinn & Daniel Turner
8. Football on the Weekend: Rural Events and the Haitian Imagined Community in the Dominican Republic Nicholas Wise
9. Pride, Identity and Authenticity in Community Festivals and Events in Malta Vincent Zammit
10. The Importance of community events in nationalist oriented political environments: the case of Portuguese Estado Novo Cândida Cadavez
11. “Something Greater than the Sum of its Parts”: Narratives of Sense of Place at a Community Multicultural Festival Kelley A. McClinchey
12. Open House Food Catering: Does It Destroy Local Culture and Traditions? A perspective from Malaysia Azilah Kasim, Mohamed Azlan Ashaari & Shahrul Aman Sabir Ahmad
13. Religion, Community and Events Rev. Ruth Dowson
14. ‘Taste’-ing Festivals: Understanding Constructions of Rural Identity through Community Festivals Jessica Pacella, Jodie George & Rosie Roberts
15. Swiss and Italian Identities: Exploring Heritage, Culture and Community in Regional Australia Leanne White
16. The Pozières Son et Lumière: Peace and memory after the Great War Caroline Winter
17. End of the rainbow? A review of community events in Liverpool W. Gerard Ryan
18. Exploring, defining and concluding upon community festivals and events Allan Jepson & Alan Clarke
American Corner Veszprém is turning its regular English Conversation Club into a Halloween Potluck Costume Party on October 30!
When: October 30, 2014, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Where: Kisfaludy Room, Eötvös Károly County Library (entrance from Komakút tér)
Here’s the concoction AC Veszprém has put together for you:
There will still be plenty of chatting PLUS
– lots of English language board games
– short presentations on Halloween traditions, ghosts, and ghostly places in the U.S. by American visitors, and professors at the English and American Studies Institute, University of Pannonia
– exciting Halloween games and activties
– a costume contest with ACH prizes (results at 8:00)
– Halloween crafts
– delicious snacks and drinks
Please, contribute to this potluck event with snacks and/or soft drinks of your choice.
Don’t be scared to join the program! It’s going to be terribly awesome!
24th IATEFL-HUNGARY CONFERENCE
3-4-5 October, 2014 Veszprém
“All learning has an emotional base”-said Plato. When learning has a positive outcome unconsciously we smile and feel satisfied or even proud. On the other hand negative outcome makes us sad, frustrated or even angry. To express and control our emotions is innate, but can it be learnt how to understand, interpret and respond to the miscellaneous impulses? You can have extremely high IQ and be an expert in your field but with whom and how would you share your feelings? What makes you happy? Why would you volunteer? What makes you perform better?
In the interactive plenary I am going to explain the concept of emotional intelligence and attempt to answer to these questions by introducing the results of some research that have been carried out recently. Moreover the secret of long and content life is revealed spiced with a little emotional “mirror drama”.
Written by Edit Komlósi, Department of Management