The Faculty of Economics is glad to present the winning photo of the “My Pannon Experience” Call.
The picture was taken by our Erasmus student Natalia Kupis. She is from the University of Szczecin, Poland.
“In fact, [this is] my first picture in Veszprem, and also my favorite. I think that shows how you can feel in Veszprem, just happy!”
Thank You for the beautiful picture!
The Faculty of Economics collects each year donations for an association around Christmas time.
This year we would like to help ’Vackoló’ Pet Shelter.
We are collecting towels, blankets, pet food and cat litter.
Please bring Your donation to Room A115 until 15 December.
Thank You for those of You who have already contributed to this initaiative. The pile of balnkets and pet food is luckily getting bigger and bigger. 🙂
And we would like to thank Everybody in advance for the donations. We would like to make these puppies happy.
CC-2.0-by-Christopher S. Penn
Dear International Students,
We would like to introduce You Mikulás, the Hungarian Santa Claus.
Mikulás is the Hungarian Santa Claus, who comes to Hungarian children on 6th of December in the morning. He looks very much like the American Santa Claus. He comes from the North Pole on his sledge dragged by reindeers. There are always 2 little devils (dressed in black with red horns and tail) with him to punish bad children. On 5th in the evening little children clean their boots and put them on the window for the night as Santa Claus in Hungary puts his presents into boots, but only into clean ones. Children are waiting with excitement the night before, and probably they can even hardly sleep. But bad children get not only presents but also birch (a bunch of branches painted gold to swish them with if they were bad – children are so afraid of getting it!).
So what did you find in Your boots in the morning? 🙂
Leadership and Education : The Future of Europe?
Within this summer school we will discuss leadership as European leadership in state, society, and religion on a global level. We will offer examples of European leadership within the areas of fundamental rights, technology, climate change, peaceful cooperation, and global affairs. We will be discussing who will be the leaders of Europe tomorrow, what qualities they need, and which challenges they will face.
Our definition of education encompasses various levels. We will focus on European models of education, and its paradigm shift initiated by the introduction of the Bologna Process, as well as on the implications for education and learning as defined in the Lisbon Agenda 2020. Debates will also include the question of education about Europe and the European Union.
The topics addressed in this summer school raise issues of leadership, of values and norms, of identity formation, which transcend the borders of Europe. While it is clear that education is the basis for personal development, social inclusion, economic innovation, and awareness of fundamental rights, key questions about the future remain open. In a world characterized by rapid change through Europeanization, regionalization, and globalization, leadership and education will be pathways to possible solutions. The right to education is of key importance for a continent whose main resources are knowledge and human capital.
15 -29 July 2012
Seggau Castle, Leibnitz, Austria
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We would like to help you with all we can to feel Yourself comfortable and confident at the Faculty of Economics.
We have set up a manual for You, which explains with pictures how to use Neptun.
Please read the manual carefully and follow the instuctions.
If You have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask!