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– Interpersonal skills
– Team player
– Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
– Communication skills (written and spoken English)
– Ability to work on own initiative
– Social and outgoing
– Free accommodation (all facilities included – washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, Wi-Fi) with all bills
– Company social events/parties
– Recommendation and support with Erasmus paperwork
Skills and competences to attain during the placement
– Organisational skills
– Problem solving
– Decision making
– Negotiation skills
– Data production and analysis
Application and deadline: Send application and CV (two pages max) to email@example.com. Applications are considered on rolling basis subject to applicants’ and company needs thus, there is no deadline.
This programme is available with Erasmus+
For more information on Erasmus please contact Mr. Kolos Adorján in the International Office or send an email to either of the following addresses:
Continuing the tradition, the Faculty of Business and Economics is organizing fundraising again this year to support the work of the Alex Animal Protection Association of Várpalota. Let’s help those little animals together!
There are many dogs in the refuge who waiting for a real warm-hearted owners. In addition, temporary adopters live with dogs and kittens.
How can you help? With a donation of course!
If you have something you can offer, don’t hesitate! We are waiting for your supplies at the Office A/102 between 2 and 18 of December. (Office hours: Monday-Thursday 9 am to 4pm, Friday 9am to 12 noon)
What would be really needed?
🐾 dog and cat food (dry food, tins, dog salami)
🐾 disinfectant and cleaning products
🐾 rubber gloves
🐾 cat litter…
…and care and love of course ! Therefore, the Association is looking forward to volunteering, who sometimes help to care for the animals, take a walk with them and keep their environment clean. If you feel comfortable and dedicated, the refuge’s door is always open from 9am to 11am.
Let’s make those pet’s Christmas beautiful!
The final exams will be on the following dates:
Department of Tourism
- BA in Tourism and Catering: 6. January 2020. (Monday) starts at: 9:00 am
- MA in Tourism Management: 7. January 2020. (Tuesday) starts at: 9:00 am
We wish good luck to everyone!
As you may know, during the fall the student kitchen was completed on the buffet level of Building “A”, and perhaps more people have already used it.
We would like to officially hand over the kitchen to you, because it’s yours, therefore, we warmly invite you to the handover ceremonies of our student kitchen, which we will hold twice, so that our correspondent students are not missed.
– 5 December 2019. (Thursday) 7:45 am
– 7 December 2019. (Saturday) 7:45 am
Location: The buffet level of Building “A”
At both meetings, after the welcome of Dean Dr. Beáta Fehérvölgyi, we are preparing with a little surprise in the community space between A/01 and A/02. 😉 Don’t miss it!
We look forward to welcoming you!
On November 27, 2019, the Institutional Conference of Scientific Students’ Associations will be held at the Faculty of Business and Economics.
About the program:
8:00 – 10:00: Registration (linking floor between Building B and C)
9:00 – 13:00: Sections (Building A, B, and I)
15:30 : Award ceremony (Building B, Aula):
– Rector’s Welcome speech
– Dr. Boda Dezső: The collapse of complex societies
– Reception for participants (linking floor between Building B and C)
You will find more information about the presentations here>>>
The event is free, we welcome all interested!
The University of Maribor Faculty of Economy and Business International Relations Office offers a Traineship opportunity for administrative work between 1st March 2020– 31th August 2020 or 1st April 2020 – 30th September 2020.
You can apply for Erasmus+ as well.
More information available here>>>
Deadline for application: 20th December 2019.
Where to apply for Erasmus +?
Veszprém: Kolos Adorján, Directorate of Academic Affairs, International Office, Office no. 5, Building „A” (10 Egyetem utca)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
American Corner Veszprém is looking forward to exciting programs during International Education Week!
November 19, 2019 at 6pm is Movie Night – “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” will be screened with English audio and subtitles.
Location: Dr. Nagy László Room – Eötvös Károly County Library (8200 Veszprém, Komakút tér 3)
Sing up for the free program on the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
November 21, 2019 from 4:30pm the English Conversation Club will feature guest speaker Robert Bearce, who currently works in Hungary through the U.S. State Department’s English Language Fellow Program.
Let’s discuss the benefits of studying, working, traveling and living internationally!
Location: Eötvös Károly County Library (8200 Veszprém, Komakút tér 3)
On 27th November 2019, MSCI will host an open day. In this event participants will have an exclusive opportunity to take an office tour, meet some representatives of main interest areas (analytics, data, technology, client coverage), and discuss career paths with them and with other colleagues.
Students will also have the possibility to look into the daily work of a number of different teams dealing with interesting topics ranging from Quant Finance all the way to the role of Environmental, Social and Governance factors in the financial industry.
You can register here>>>
Or using the QR code from the poster of the event below.
On November 12, 2019, students from the Faculty of Business and Economics will be able to take part in a great International Afternoon between 4 and 6 pm!
About the program:
– Pecha Kucha – Introduce your country (interesting presentations in 6-7 minutes)
– Traditional Clothes Show – You will have the opportunity to get to know the national costumes of the international students
– Cake Tasting – You will have the opportunity to try sweets from different nations
– Meditation Session – Yoga exercises
The event awaits you with free snacks accompanied by a good mood and a pleasant music, on the 2nd floor of Building “A” in the Faculty of Business and Economics Library!
Between 7-13th of October 2019. a group of tourism students from the University of Macerata in Italy and wine professionals from the region visited Veszprém, where students from the University of Pannonia joined.
During the professional study tour of The Wine Lab the participants – 30 people – could attend lectures on tourism in the region, such as the insights into Veszprém 2023, the international and domestic trends of gastronomic tourism, the work of the Balaton Development Council, the Balaton World Heritage location, and the role of local values and communities.
The participants visited several sites during the week. At Nemesvámos they were introduced to the production of pumpkin seed oil and cheese. In addition to visiting wineries related to wine tourism – Balatonfüred and Badacsony – the group visited the Faculty of Georgikon of the University of Pannonia and several cultural attractions.
The study tour in a great atmosphere provided a great opportunity for students and professionals interested in the topic to expand their knowledge and develop new relationships and collaborations.
Photo galery here >>>
The wine sector is present at many levels in the socio-economic life of Europe: wineries determine the lifestyle, socio-economic and natural environment of the people concerned.
The main objective of The Wine Lab, funded by Erasmus+ between 2017 and 2019, is to promote collaboration and networking between practice and research – wineries and universities – with the active involvement of stakeholders, thereby supporting knowledge sharing, challenges and responses to them; and innovation in the wine sector.
The project is carried out in cooperation with partners from Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Italy and Austria; From Hungary, the University of Pannonia and the Koczor Winery are members of the consortium.
More information: www.thewinelab.eu