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American Corner – Upcoming programs in April

Instagram Live Q&A with American College Students


American Corner Veszprém is going live! Meet two American college students, Sami and Abby, and ask them about the USA! Both of them are seniors at Nazareth College, NY, which is a sister college to the University of Pannonia in Veszprém.
Sami is studying Mathematics and Adolescence Inclusive Education with a Psychology minor, while Abby’s majoring in Mathematics and Finance.
They’ll talk about their home towns, New York State, U.S. campus life, liberal arts education, college athletics and more.
Grab this opportunity to work on your listening skills and learn more about the United States > See you at 7PM on April 13 on Instagram > @acveszprem

Ask your questions in the comments during the live, or send them in a FB message before the event.


Virtual English Conversation Club

American Corner Veszprém’s Virtual English Conversation Club is back with an American teacher! Join us to boost your communication skills, build your vocabulary, learn about the USA and discuss interesting and timely topics with a native speaker of English. Our teacher Jamil Toptsi is from Indiana and currently lives in Hungary working as a language teacher.
SIGN UP in an email to veszpremach@gmail.com. Registered participants will receive the Google Meet link via email.
It’s a small group event, so hurry up and grab your virtual seat now! See you in the first Club on April 15, 22 and 29 / 5:30-6:30 pm!

Please note: only registered participants will be approved to join the video chat.

Online Graduation Ceremony

Diplomaátadó ünnepség – 2018. július 6.

Diplomaátadó ünnepség – 2018. július 6.Dear Graduate Students!

Last year has rewritten our plans in many ways and unfortunately has an impact on the Graduation Ceremony as well.

Instead of the traditional way, we look forward to seeing you at a live Online Graduation Ceremony on January 29, 2021, from 3:00 pm on the Facebook page of the Faculty of Business and Economics.

We think you worked hard for your degree and you deserve to celebrate this at least virtually.

 


PROGRAM PLAN:

The Ceremony strats at 3:00 pm
Placing a memorial padlock on the GTK Graduate Padlock Wall
Welcome speech by Dr. András Gelencsér Rector
Welcome speech by Dr. Beáta Fehérvölgyi Dean
Welcome speech by Dr. Sándor Németh Dean
Welcome speech by President Zoltán Birkner
Farewell student speech
Farewell student speech
Online oath

We welcome graduating students on our Facebook page on January 29 from 15:00! >>>

Erasmus Generation Napoli – Internship

Erasmus Generation Napoli is a non-profit Association created in 2017, in Naples, by Neapolitan and International students, who have decided to help and support all the International Erasmus Students coming to their city.

Their internships could last from two months to one year, according to the desire of the student. They propose internships in communication, organisation of the events, prospection of future students and partnerships (administrative and some HR tasks), and all tasks that can help us in the growth of the association. They can also have several interns at once.

If you are interested the following contact options are available:

Website >>>

Facebook page >>>

Email address : erasmusgenerationnapoli@gmail.com

WhatsApp number : +39 320 316 5266 / +39 366 973 4429

Instagram page : erasmusgeneration_napoli

You can inquire about Erasmus  at Kolos Adorján on the email addresses below:

(Picture: erasmusgenerationnapoli.com)

Erasmus+ Traineeship at Norway

The Addmissions Office of the University of Stavanger offers an internship opportunity.

Duration: Between 6 and 12 months, preferably 1-year duration

Location: Arne Rettedals hus, Kjell Arholms gate 41, 4021 Stavanger, Norway

Starting date: September 2020

Working hours: 9:00-15:00, 30h/week

Accommodation: UiS covers university accommodation cost up to 5000 NOK/month

Payment: No salary; the student is expected to have an Erasmus+ scholarship or other financial support. UiS contributes with coverage of accommodation costs (see above). UiS covers a fee for a Norwegian language course (12 weeks x 4 hours every semester).

Main responsibilities and tasks:

– Supporting the International Admissions team
– Working with different social media channels
– Maintaining of Excel sheets, registration of data to student information software
– Regular updating of webpages
– Contribution to marketing/recruitment and promotion activities
– Other tasks can eventually be added, depending on the performance of the intern

Person profile:

– Student enrolled at a Bachelor’s or Master’s level or a recent graduate who can receive Erasmus+ scholarship or other financial support
– Strong English skills (spoken and written), knowledge of other languages is a strong advantage
– Strong communication skills and intercultural awareness

Application procedure: Send your CV together with a cover letter to admissions@uis.no till 24. July 2020.

The original call available here >>>

You can inquire about Erasmus in person at Kolos Adorján at the International Office or at the following email addresses:

(Photo: www.uis.no)

Instructions for the exam period

Dear Student,

We would like to inform you that based on the 4/2020 instruction (issued on 15th May 2020 by the Dean of the Faculty) the Faculty of Business and Economics will organize the exam period as it has been announced before.

Under this:

The exams of the subjects belonging to Faculty of Business and Economics will be held online. If the Internet connection is not reliable at your place please notify the examiner of the subject no later than 48 hours before the exam. In this case, we provide a separate room with appropriate technical conditions and supervision at the University.

The final exams will be held online. If your Internet connection is not reliable at your place please notify the administrator of your Department organizing the final exam no later than 1 week before the final exam. In this case, we provide a separate room with appropriate technical conditions and supervision at the University.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Wish you a successful exam period.

Updated schedule of the academic year 2019/2020

Due to the pandemic situation starting in February-March 2020, the spring semester of the academic year 2019/2020 is rescheduled as follows. Further changes may be introduced on the basis of national measures.

You can download the schedule from here >>>

Home office, home university – Tips for work and study at home

The epidemic caused by the new coronavirus forces us to do our work from home for a while, to continue our studies we have to change our daily routine. We all agree that working and studying at home has some advantages and disadvantages too. For eg. it’s a great thing you can save your travel time now. It may take 5-10 minutes for many of you, but little strokes fell great oaks! To reassure our employer and teachers, we can now use this remaining time to work and study. 🙂

The positive aspect of home office / university is that we can better focus on a particular task, so we can be more efficient because our office colleagues aren’t surprised every 10 minutes nor does our roommate distract us at the dormitory or apartment. Of course, in the current situation, the fact is the other members of the family are at home too and they can easily distract our attention. Don’t forget: Stay focused!

Fortunately, technology is now one of our best friend, the Internet is our main ally, and there are many ways to stay in touch, and use them to avoid personal contact.

There are many useful tips on working and studying at home on the Internet, and we have compiled a list of them, without being exhaustive.


10+1 TIPS for work and study at home:

1. You need rules and boundaries!

The home environment can easily distract your attention, so set up a daily routine that you stick to! Too much freedom can lead to chaos. It can be a solution to write a to-do list and tasks for each day and check them out when you are done with them.

2. Organize your daily tasks!

Which task you start your day with is up to you. There are people who like to start with the task that requires the greatest effort, concentration, to get over it fresh as soon as possible. Others try to finish the small tasks first so that they can then focus their attention on the big task. Decide for yourself which solution is best for you!

3. Set deadlines and try to meet them!

4. If it possible, do not start to use your computer immediately after waking up, because you can easily get stuck there!

We have experiences with this… 🙂 “I’m just writing this letter… just posting this news on the site… just replying to these few emails … and in the end you realize that it’s 12 o’clock already! It’s time to have breakfast and get dressed …” That’s why you need your own rules and stick to them!

5. Designate a place to work, study at home!

6. Don’t disappear!

Communicate with your colleagues, your superiors, indicate what you are working on! If you’re a student, stay in touch with your teachers, counselor, and associates.

7. Sometimes you need a little movement! Leave your computer there and move your limbs a little!

8. Pay attention to healthy eating!

Don’t be so immerse of work and learning that you only realize at noon that you need to have breakfast… see section 4 🙂 Try to have lunch as usual. Try to keep the balance because after the epidemic is over, the Department of Physical Education will not be able to handle the increased traffic. 🙂

9. Keep your home work / study environment organized!

What will the others say when they see a lot of unwashed dishes and scattered chips bags behind you at a Skype meeting?! 🙂 It is good that we discussed healthy eating one point upwards… 😉

10. The three key words are: CONFIDENCE, RESPONSIBILITY, RESPONSIBILITY!

The specialty of working at home and learning is that it requires greater trust from employers and teachers. We have to trust in colleagues to do their work conscientiously and also the students learn the curriculum at home. This requires greater responsibility from the part of us because life doesn’t stop only going in another way for a while. Do not misuse with this confidence! There is nothing more important to our health now and everything is being done to protect it! So let’s work and study at home!

10+1. TAKE CARE OF YOUR LOVED ONES! TAKE CARE YOURSELF!


And finally one of our favorite picture about home office 🙂

IMPORTANT! Information regarding distance education

Dear Students,

Please note that the University of Pannonia will conduct all official communication through the NEPTUN system. For smooth operation, please make sure that the email address entered in NEPTUN is the one you are checking in a regular basis.

Students who are not staying at their permanent or temporary address for the remainder of the semester are kindly requested to keep their notification address up to date on NEPTUN (within 72 hours). Our goal is to seek government assistance to overcome the difficulties in those regions where distance education is not possible.

If you have not done is thus far, please activate your central directory account at https://start.uni-pannon.hu, as this ID will provide you access to university systems in the future.

Our lecturers will notify you in what form distance education will take place in the case of their courses, as soon as possible. It is expected that the online courses will be taught through the following educational system, so we encourage you to try:
https://elearning.uni-pannon.hu/

We recommend and support Skype for secondary group activities. After activating your account with your university email address at start.uni-pannon.hu, you can join by creating a Microsoft account.

Lecturers may use additional systems that are specific to the course, in this case they will provide additional information.

Please note that the “Special Needs Student Application” in the NEPTUN System is still open!

If you have an infrastructural problem with distance education (e.g. no broadband internet connection at notification address and/or lack of equipment necessary for distance education), please contact us (oktatas@gtk.uni-pannon.hu, (88) 624-000/6245).

It is in our common interest to complete the current semester successfully, therefore we count on your cooperative attitude as well. Please help us disseminating official information to your fellow students as much as you can.

Rector and Chancellor’s joint information circular No. 2/2020. (III.12.)

Rector and Chancellor’s joint information circular No. 2/2020. (III.12.)

  • The rector and chancellor of the University of Pannonia hereby inform the citizens of the University of Pannonia with respect to the state of emergency announced by the Hungarian government on March 11th 2020:
  • Students of the University of Pannonia are not allowed to visit the reading-rooms of the Central Library and Archives (CLA-Veszprém) and of the Georgikon Library and Archives (GLA-Keszthely) starting from March 12th 2020 for an indefinite period of time. To facilitate learning, borrowing books is still allowed but students are advised to contact the library in writing in advance so that the borrowing procedure should be as smooth and swift as possible.
  • Employees of the University are allowed to visit and use the services of the library during the shutdown period.
  • The loan period of books that would expire after March 12th 2020 will be extended until June 30th
  • Students participating in dual study programmes are allowed to accomplish their external pratical training in case their workplace does not prohibit this.
  • Student ID’s validated with a 2019/2020 1st semester sticker will be accepted by transportation services after March 31st 2020 up to 15 days after the termination of the state of emergency caused by the virus outbreak.
  • Personal office routines concerning study matters are temporarily The Neptun system is continuously fully operational. Our Directorate of Academic Affairs is available for all students for office routines via telephone and on line.

March 12th 2020. Veszprém

Dr. András Gelencsér
rector

Zsolt Csillag
chancellor

Rector and Chancellor’s joint decree

Rector and Chancellor’s joint decree No. 1/2020. (III.11.)

The rector and chancellor of the University of Pannonia hereby issue the following decree with respect to the state of emergency announced by the Hungarian government on March 11th 2020:

  • We order a special break for teaching activities for the days of Thursday and Saturday, March 12-14th 2020.
  • We order a special spring break between March 16-21th. We call our students not to travel abroad during this spring break if possible but they are to stay at their places of residence.
  • Students are not permitted on campus starting from March 12th 2020 until the withdrawal of the current order.
  • Student with a Hungarian citizenship are to leave the dormitories not later than 16:00 o’clock on Friday, March 13th 2020.
  • International students are permitted to continuously stay in the dormitories.
  • In the upcoming days, the leadership of the university will determine under what circumstances and in what forms teaching is permitted to commence starting from March 23rd 2020.
  • All faculty and staff of the university are to continue their work on campus.
  • Starting from today, no event on the university campuses regardless of the number of participants will be permitted to take place until further notice, all previously issued permits for any events are hereby withdrawn.

March 11th 2020, Veszprém

Dr. András Gelencsér
rector

Zsolt Csillag
chancellor

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