The 6th edition of the 30 Days to Get a Job – The Challenge has already over 20 000 subscribers, 7 Career Coaches participating, and tons of interactive content.
The aim of the event, as the title mentions, is to challenge candidates to land a job between the start of the event (October 4th) until its end (October 29th). This being said, we’ve partnered with many multinational companies providing exciting job opportunities across Europe, with the intent to maximise the job hunt’s effectiveness!
How does it work and how can you participate?
The only thing what you have to do, subscribe on this link for free >>>
Additionally, you can take a look at some of the free webinars & workshops taking place during the event below:
– Escape the corporate ladder & discover your dream career” – with Fiona Moss
– How to Organize your Job Search to Land Interviews Faster – with Matilda Patsou
– LinkedIn Networking Strategies to Approach Job Search as a Research Project – with Eli Bohemond
– Establishing Relevant Narratives: The Key To Effective Interviewing – with Eli Bohemond
– Personal Branding for Job Hunting During The Pandemic – with Evelina Vilke
The final exams will be on the following dates:
Department of Tourism
- BA (BSc) in Tourism and Catering: 8. June 2021. (Tuesday am)
- MA (MSc) in Tourism Management: 9. June 2021. (Wednesday am)
Department of Business Economics
- BA (BSc) in Business Administration and Management: 10. and 11. June 2021 (Thursday – Friday am)
Department of International Economics
- BA (BSc) in International Business Economics 14. June 2021. (Monday am)
Department of Marketing
- MSc in Marketing: 21. June 2021. (Monday am)
Department of Economics
- BA (BSc) in Applied Economics: 22. June 2021. (Tuesday am)
We wish good luck to everyone!
MSCI Open Day – due to the great success, they are appear an online event again!
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: 6th May, 2021 (4pm-5:30pm)
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 >>>
The Scientific Student Associations’ Conference (in Hungarian KTDK) will take place online on 5 May 2021. The presentations are open to the public and all are welcome!
The abstracts are available online on the SSAC Moodle platform: https://moodle.gtk.uni-pannon.hu/course/view.php?id=5525
8:30 – The jury will meet
9:30 – Meetings of the sections
About 12:00 – Results announcement
Chairman: Dr. Ágnes Nóra Raffay-Danyi, Associate Professor
Members of the jury: Dr. Csaba Hegedűs, Associate Professor; Dr. Boglárka Konka, Senior Lecturer
Registrar: Flórián Strack
9:00 Enikő Rédei: Cultural diversity management in the hospitality industry – how to improve the intercultural interactions between guests and hotel employees. Supervisor: Kitti Hiezl
9:25 Kairatova Adinay: Impact of COVID-19 on consumption in Kazakhstan and Hungary. Supervisor: Dr. Andrea Magda Nagy
9:50 Dénes Kiss: Investigation of the ERASMUS exchange network on the NUTS3 and the Individual levels. Supervisor: Dr. Zsolt Tibor Kosztyán
10:15 Dóra Solymosi: Cleaning, disinfecting, and using the wellness department. An analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic s effects on Wellness and Spa hotels in Hungary. Supervisor: Kitti Hiezl
10:40 Annamária Schulcz: Mid-COVID-19 travel behaviours – Revisit intention of hotel guests. Supervisor: Dr. Petra Gyurácz-Németh
✔️ Why (or what for?) does a company take responsibility?
✔️ Are 50 shades of grey enough to manage a sustainable, successful and responsible company?
✔️ Where does the human connection come into the picture?
✔️ Okay, but what about robots?
We might not be able to reach the part of the robots if you ask a lot of questions, but during our presentation, we will talk about the benefits of diversity in corporate decision-making, individual (employee) roles, the creation of the EU Diversity Charter, and we will also showcase good practices that a large company nowadays like to keep as a Treasure of Values while positioning itself.
Date: May 4th, 2021 14:00 PM
Zsuzsa Fieszl Board Member, Executive Director HBLF
Péter Kemény diversity and inclusion senior expert, E.ON Hungária Zrt.
Join us on the E-learning platform >>>
Official poster of the call >>>
The program is implemented within the framework of the EFOP-3.4.3-16-2016-00009 project “Joint improvement of the quality and accessibility of higher education at the University of Pannonia”.
INTERNSHIP – Get to know the company, listen the opportunities, enjoy the sharing session, where the leaders tell their stories.
COMPETITION – Students will team up and solve in finance area a business issue, which they need to present for the judges.
AWARD – Show your talent and creativity, it’s your time to shine as a leader. Win prizes.
When? 22-23, April 2021 (Compulsory attendance for both days)
– 10.00am – 4.00pm (22th April);
– 10.00am – 1.00pm (23th April)
Microsoft Teams Meeting (Invite & link will be sent after registration closes)
Register now! Click here! >>>
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
For the upcoming events, ITS
invites students and global audience to enjoy 40 selected lectures on GLS SDG
s for Spring 2021 (March-June 2021). Each meeting will be conducted every Tuesday and Wednesday that consists of a 100-minute public lecture and Q&A session.
GLS SDGs is free of charge and the registration will be opened every Thursday and will be closed every Monday prior to the individual event.
Participants can also do a one-time registration in which they can select individual events they are interested in. Zoom link will be sent to the registrants prior to the event.
They also provide a certificate of participation for international students who have attended at least 8 meetings (from the total meetings).
Participants who would have attended at least 10 meetings of GLS SDGs will be eligible to enter an international competition on SDGs (to be announced) to win a short program scholarship at ITS.
ESPA aims to make the transition to come to a foreign country as easy and stress free as possible, especially in the current circumstances, so they have already secured the housing for the students and it will be paid for by the host company.
They offer 3 carreer starting internship opportunities in neutral science:
Engineering Geophysics Internship
Content Marketing Internship – Life Sciences
There are no fees for students or universities to use their services.
– Paid Accommodation.
– Paid Utility Bills (electricity, gas, water and council tax) + Internet Access.
– Commuter travel to work (accommodation will be found within an acceptable commuting distance from the workplace, if that requires more than a sensible walk then a bus/train ticket will be provided).
This will be sourced and managed on the students behalf by ESPA. These benefits have an approximate value of 700€-1000€ per month (depending on location). There is no salary over and above the benefits offered, unless specifically stated as the students keeps their whole Erasmus+ grant. For all internships over 6 months or remote, additional benefits will be paid.