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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)

Contribute to research supported by ExxonMobil

Our key corporate partner, ExxonMobil, is supporting a research project aimed at mapping job opportunities in the energy industries  among Generation Z.

Help them by filling out the form at the link >>>

(Photo: corporate.exxonmobil.com)

Our students took 2nd place in the Global Wellness Summit

Our students took 2nd place in the Global Wellness Summit, Shark Tank 2020 international competition!

The competition received 121 entries from 36 countries, so the silver medal is a huge achievement. Team members: Richárd Bakay, Fruzsina Horváth and Balázs Csatlós. Congratulations from the bottom of our hearts and we are very proud of you!

Thanks to Dr. Judit Sulyok for preparing the team!

The International Programme at the Austrian FH JOANNEUM University continue in 2021

The Austrian FH JOANNEUM University is offering a new “International Programme” at their Bad Gleichenberg campus for the Summer semester of 2021. All academic institutes at their campus in the spa town of Bad Gleichenberg (one hour from the main campus in Graz) contribute to the programme by offering some of their regular courses in English to accommodate international students from health and tourism studies:

– “Health in Tourism Management” – Mrs. Elisabeth Fattinger / elisabeth.fattinger@fh-joanneum.at

– “Dietetics”  – Manuela Tooma / manuela.tooma@fh-joanneum.at

– “Occupational Therapy” – Mrs. Katrin Pechstädt / katrin.pechstaedt@fh-joanneum.at

If you have any questions concerning the academic aspect of the programme (choice of classes or traineeships), please contact the persones above!

Exchange students can choose courses from all of the three institutes contributing to the programme.

This allows for a wide range of general and specific classes that students from the University of Pannonia can choose from. Have a look at the attached brochure and see how their “International Programme” may fit you!

 

Of course, they run a “Buddy” programme as well as tandem learning opportunities for incoming students. Accommodation is at a very pleasant, modern dorm within 5 minutes’ walk from the campus.

 

Please note that a different range of courses is offered in the fall and spring semesters.

The nomination deadline for the Summer semester 2021 is the 1st of November, 2020.

For more details, please consult the attached brochure, which is downloadable from here>>>>

 

The programme is also available with Erasmus+

If you need more information about Erasmus please contact Mr. Kolos Adorján in the International Office or send an email to either of the following addresses:

futuRE:build – An ideathon powered by Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions

Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions is discovering, involving and supporting young talents to shape our world.

Our life is in constant change DT ITS is committed to supporting that change
by providing effective solutions for our customers and partners in their everyday challenges We are looking for opportunities to collaborate with universities, institutions and companies within the EU. Join them!

They are seeking university students, creative startuppers and innovative minds who have fresh ideas that could make a difference but are lacking financial or professional support DT ITS will support them to take the first steps.

Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions is inviting students to an online idea challenge Participate from wherever you are and submit your solution to any real life issue in one of four categories.

Each category winner will receive avaluable award and a potential business opportunity from DT ITS. Become a member of our global innovation network!

Education:
– New methods of teaching remotely
– Avoiding a confusing landscape of multiple
learning tools
– Ethical education: how to keep the rules at
home?

Healthcare:
– Remote diagnosis
– Online medical advice
– Keeping safe in hospitals
– Aiding the collective mental recovery ofmankind

Social:
– Volunteering: helping your neighbors and local
community
– Rebuilding a transformed social life
– Entertainment in the online age: concerts, festivals, sports events

Economy:
– New ways to reuse unused offices
– Solutions to support the gig economy
– Changing the 5 day work week paradigm
– Supporting small enterprises and farmers

Each category winner will receive avaluable award and a potential business opportunity from DT ITS. Become a member of our global innovation network!

The event will be on November 13, 2020.

More information >>>

You can apply here >>>

LinkedIn event >>>

Facebook event >>>

MKB Fintechlab Idea Vault competition

Who would have thought that you could make money just by brainstorming? Get in with MKB Fintechlab Idea Vault in English until October 28th!

How you imagine banking in the future? How to provide an excellent customer experience? Think of an innovative solution and then perfect your idea with experts from MKB, MOME and Fintechlab as part of the competition.

Enter a team of 2-5 people or individually, upload your ideas to be selected as one of the best ideas and win one of the main prizes:

1st prize: 500 000 Ft & MOME OPEN course
2nd prize: 300.000 Ft & MOME OPEN course
3rd prize: 200.000 Ft & MOME OPEN course

Schedule of the event:

Application deadline: October 28, 2020 at midnight
Idea submission deadline: November 7, 2020 at midnight
Mentoring & brainstorming: November 8-12, 2020
Online finals: November 13, 2020 at the Design Summit

Apply here >>>

Instagram >>>

Facebook  >>>

Sample videos from previous competitions >>>

Library access – a useful aid for learning and dissertation

During the library visit connected with the lecture, the students can get acquainted with the databases, search mechanisms, resources and documents available to the library subscribed by the University of Pannonia.

Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 10-12 a.m. (meeting at 9:50 a.m. in front of the university library)

Location: Library of University of Pannonia (Wartha Vince street. 1., Building “M “)

The language of the Lecture: Hungarian, translation into English is provided

If you got any questions or you need more information please contact with: Judit Sulyok (sulyok.judit@gtk.uni-pannon.hu)

Information on temperature checkpoints and entry restrictions

Dear Students!

Referring to 6/2020. (IX.01.) On the joint instruction of the Rector and the Chancellor, We inform you that from October 1, 2020, only a person (student, staff member, visitor) whose body temperature does not exceed the limit (37.8 ° C) set by the National Chief Medical Officer may enter the institution. 

To this end, we set up non-contact body temperature checkpoints on campus and the use of certain entrances will be restricted.

The body temperature control points for students, staff, and visitors are as follows:

Building Location
Building „A” main entrance
Building „B” main hall main entrance
Building „T” entrance
Building „J” north entrance
Building „I” main entrance
Building „E” main entrance
Building „M” reception
Building „N” entrance

 

Restricted entry points:

Building Location Restriction
Building „A” basement entrance from Elizabeth Park Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Building „A” basement north entrance Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Building „A”  

ground floor south entrance

 

Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Building “B” main hall  

gym entrance

 

Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Building “B” main hall ground floor south entrance Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Building “B” main hall basement barrier-free entrance Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Building “C” main entrance closed, no entry
Building “C” rear south entrance Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Building “D” entrance to high laboratories Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Building “J” “Mechanics” entrance Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Nanolab entrance Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Building “I” basement entrance from the rear parking lot Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Boiler house entrance from the courtyard Access is for staff only. Students and visitors are not allowed to enter.
Loophole From Stadium Street closed, no entry

 

For students and visitors, entry into the institution’s premises every day, even after the first checking of body temperature, is possible only through the checkpoints.

Please note the above and follow the rules!

Communication and public speaking training – 9th October 2020

Have you ever been in a situation, where…

✔ you had to perform in front of other people?

✔ you had faster heartbeat because of a public performance?

Do you want to improve your communication skills and reach your goal faster in your university career?

We have a good news for you!

We are going to have a 1 day open training course about communication and public speaking with a guest speaker Ádám Horváth, the 2020 Hungarian Public Speaking Champion and also our proud PE Alumni (2011).

Why to participate?

✔ 100% practice.

✔ Authentic trainer: a public speaking champion.

✔ Safety environment with lots of fun where you can improve your communication and presentation skills.

What are the benefits?

✔ Confidance: Ádám will help you to find your best

✔ AntiStageFright – how to deal with stress

✔ Quick preparation before important presentations

✔ Presentation Framework with practical tips & Tricks.

Join us!

Schedule: 9th October 2020. 9:30-16:30

Room: Building „A”, A/204 on the 2nd floor

The event is free but registration is required. Please e-mail raffay.agnes@gtk.uni-pannon.hu to book your place at the event.

The program is implemented in connection with the project “Support of the Hungarian Scientific Students’ Associations Workshops and their events at the PE Faculty of Business and Economics” (NTP-HHTDK-19-0018) supported by the Human Resources Support Manager, awarded by the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Pannonia.

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MSCI Open Day 2020 October – online event

MSCI Open Day – due to the great success, they are appear online for the second time this year!

The company is once again providing an opportunity for our students to gain insight into the financial world through them.

The date of the event: 9 October 2020 (2pm-3:30pm)

What is it about?

– they will be talk about the tasks in different areas with the managing director, HR manager and colleagues working there
– you can learn more about career opportunities in the financial field
– you can get an insight into how the current situation affects the work of the company
– and last but not least, you can ask questions that concern you

You can find the official description of the program and application information HERE >>>

futuRE:build – An ideathon powered by Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions

Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions is inviting students to an online ideathon between 13-15 of November 2020. Take a chance, participate remotely, and bring an innovative solution to help change the world for the better!

WHAT IS futuRE:build?
It’s an international idea competition for students who are willing to make the world a better place using their creative intelligence, innovative ideas, and novel solutions. The event will take place online. You will brainstorm ideas and create a concept with your existing team, solo, or form a new team with others. Seasoned experts will be there to guide and mentor you along the way, if you need it.

WHAT’S THEIR GOAL?
They aim to provide solutions to the burning issues of a rapidly changing, post-pandemic world with your help, focusing on four distinct areas of life. Expand the categories for examples.

 

PRIZES
Each Category Winner will receive a prize of € 2,500.

The Event Winner will receive an additional € 2,500 for a total of € 5,000.

Furthermore, Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions will assist the Event Winner in realizing their idea!

 

The registration is still open, you can apply here >>>

(Photo: https://www.deutschetelekomitsolutions.hu)

University of Pannonia and ExxonMobil – Framework Cooperation Agreement

One of the main goals of the University of Pannonia is to adapt its education to the needs of the labor market. The university seeks to develop corporate collaborations in which its partner is an active participant in educational and research processes and, through their internship programs, participate in the career-conscious development and motivation of students. To achieve this, the University of Pannonia has signed a framework cooperation agreement with the ExxonMobil Business Support Center.

The ExxonMobil Business Support Center awaits purposeful, curious and motivated students who seek challenges and become active participants in the multicultural environment that ExxonMobil provides them with their youthful impetus and thirst for knowledge. In Hungary they focus mainly on controlling and commercial activities, so it has strengthened its relationship with the Faculty of Business and Economics.

This cooperation does not rely solely on short-term internships. Within the framework of closer cooperation, it proposes topics for dissertations and diploma theses, contributes to the organization of case study competitions, and professionally supports the preparation of students for the Scientific Student Conference.

The University of Pannonia and ExxonMobil build on each other’s professional experience, so they organize courses and trainings for effective knowledge sharing.

The ExxonMobil offered scholarship opportunities, conference participation, and sponsorship of competitions to the University of Pannonia, with which they contribute to the development of university talent and the achievement of excellence. The university provides an opportunity for ExxonMobil Business Support Center professionals to share their knowledge with future generations as guest speakers and contribute to practice-oriented, collaborative education.

The cooperation framework agreement was signed on behalf of the University of Pannonia by Dr. András Gelencsér, Rector and Chancellor Zsolt Csillag, on behalf of the ExxonMobil Business Support Center by Jeroen Kirschbaum and Jeroen Strating at the headquarters of ExxonMobil in Budapest.

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