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Get speaking!

If you want to learn what makes a great speaker, build your confidence and improve your public speaking skills, join American Corner Veszprém’s FREE, 10-part public speaking training for youth.

This weekly program will not only improve your communication skills in English but also give you valuable knowledge and experience that will come in handy at school and at your future workplace, too.

The course runs between September 24 and December 3, 2019 (skipping October 29). Sessions are scheduled for Tuesdays, 4:00pm-5:30pm, in American Corner Veszprém.

Facilitator: PUSZTAI Ádám

If you are 16-21 years old and you have at least an intermediate level of English, apply for this course by filling out this form>>>

Application deadline: September 20, 2019

The number of seats is limited, so hurry up!


On the second floor of the Faculty of Business and Economics on September 1, 2019, another open exhibition called ValueGallery will be added to the everyday life of university citizens and visitors.

The main objective of the exhibition is the widespread formation or preparation of Veszprém and Bakony-Balaton area with known terminology, cultural and economic sensitivities and presentations, thus expanding our local knowledge.

The theme of the first occasion is the St. Stephen’s Valley Bridge, the Viaduct of Veszprém, celebrating its 80th birthday this year.

The “Viaduct – Once and Today” repository will be open from September 5 to December 20, 2019 at 10 University Street, 2nd floor of Building “A”.

The Faculty of Business an Economics offers a new German language subject

Landeskunde der DACH / Länder aus touristicher Perspektive – available as an optional subject in the Fall 2019 semester (You will find it with the code VEGTTUB512O on the NEPTUN system).

Prerequisite is that you have at least an Intermediate German language exam!

Important things to know:

Dr. Judit SULYOK

Phone number: (88) 624-000/3917

Room: A/112



The aim of the course is to introduce the tourism and economy, and the current issues related to these fields in the German speaking countries.


Fields of study:

– Introduction of the German speaking countries – population, geographical features, economy and its characteristics. The political system of the countries and their national symbols.
– The environmental, social and economic impacts of tourism (climate change, environmentally friendly transport, overconsumption)
– The role of NGOs in the society and in tourism. The most important organizations and activities (for example: Greenpeace, green movements)
– Economic migration: the role of immigrants in the tourism industry of the German speaking countries, and its restrictions.
– The most famous German products, brands and companies in tourism and other businesses which are known and available in Hungary as well.
– The most important cities, attractions and sights in the German speaking countries.
– Leisure activities and travelling habits of the inhabitants in the German speaking countries
– Cultural life, events in the German speaking countries.
– Traditional meals, typical ingredients and dishes in the German speaking countries. Eating habits. The impact of lifestyle changes on modern cuisine.


Subject matter available here>>>


Wine Week study tour Veszprém, 7-13. October, 2019.

WinelabAutumn 2019, the University of Pannonia hosts the Wine Week study tour with the participation of Italian and Hungarian university students, lecturers and professionals involved in wine tourism.

The five day programme includes lectures and field visits focusing on wine and gastronomy tour-ism in Veszprém and in the surroundings

The official language of the Wine Week is English, participants receive a certification after it.



How to apply?
– Motivation letter
– CV

Short personal interview after the application.


Send your application to & for more information contact: Judit SULYOK,, Room A112

Erasmus+ scholarship additional grant provided by FBE

The Faculty of Business and Economics offers an additional grant for the students of the Faculty who have been granted Erasmus+ Student Mobility for Studies scholarship. The Faculty of Business and Economics contributes to the costs of living during the study abroad period with an additional grant, in order to encourage international mobility and gaining experience. The additional grant will be paid monthly from September 2019 until withdrawal to all students who submit an application for the grant during the period of their valid Erasmus+ contract.


The amount of the additional grant is 25% of the awarded Erasmus+ scholarship.

You can find the details in the original call for application here>>>

The grant is available only to the students of the Faculty of Business and Economics. For applications to be considered the following documents need to be submitted:

– Completed and signed application form
– Copy of Erasmus+ Mobility Agreement signed by both parties

Applications can be submitted electronically through the Moodle system at the beginning of each semester, until the last
day of the registration week. In the Autumn Semester of the 2019-2020 academic year applications can be uploaded until the 8th September 2019, 23:55 pm.

2019 Autumn Semester Opening Ceremony

Diplomaátadó 1.The Opening Ceremony of  the Faculty of Business and Economics will be hold on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 11 am. Location: The main Hall of Building “B”.

Students are asked to wear a dress suit appropriate for the occasion (ladies: dark, knee-length skirt, white blouse, closed dark shoes – sandals are not allowed, gentlemen: suit or dark casual pants, button-down shirt, tie, dark socks and dark closed shoes!). Thank you very much!

Falling Walls Lab – Science an innovation competition at Budapest

Falling Walls is a unique international platform for leaders from the worlds of science, business, politics, the arts and society. It was initiated on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall. In this year the foundation organizes an English-language science and innovation competition in Budapest for the second time. The participants has an opportunity to show their innovative ideas in just 3 minutes, showcasing a breakthrough that creates a positive impact on science and society. The best performers can be part of the Falling Walls Lab Finals and the Falling Walls Conference in Berlin, which will be funded by the Falling Walls Lab Foundation and home organizers.

Who can apply:
They welcome applications from undergraduate, graduate, PhD students, postdoctors, young professionals, entrepreneurs and professors who:
– are currently undergoing BSc or MSc, or
– since their BA degree, no more than 10 years have passed, or
– has been in the MSc degree for over 7 years, or
– Their PhD degree has been acquired in the last 5 years.

Application deadline is 15.08.2019. You can apply here>>>

The public finals of the competition will be at the Semmelweis University – Basic Medical Science Center – Budapest (H-1094), Tűzoltó street 37-43.

The competition is organized by the Falling Walls Foundation under the joint organization of the Budapest Semmelweis University, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and DAAD Hungary.

More information available here>>>


NAWA International Project Meeting in Poland

Visiting WSTiE The University College of Tourism and Ecology in Sucha Beskitzka, Poland

Within the framework of NAWA Project we had the opportunity to visit WSTiE, the University College of Tourism and Ecology in Sucha Beskidzka, south Poland in June 2019. With the participation of four countries (Poland, Hungary, England and Italy), the first phase of the project workshop was about Design thinking as a tool for practical support of science and business development based on international partnership. The project (ending in autumn 2020) involves both practical and theoretical activities in connection with tourism and business.
During the project meeting we visited the main attractions in Lesser Poland, including Krakow and Babiogórski National Park, to get a closer look at the touristic features of the area. Based on our previous knowledge and experiences we filled in some SWOT analysis and McKinsey Matrix to contribute to the research of the Polish university concerning the tourism development of the region.
In order to enhance the spirit of entrepreneurship, all students were supposed to give a presentation on their ideas about how their university supports them to become an entrepreneur or start a career in business life.
To sum up, this project meeting was a great opportunity to encounter and successfully collaborate with international students and professors. Inspired by the best practices shared in Poland we are looking forward to the next phase of the NAWA project.

IPSERA Veszprém Workshop

The IPSERA Veszprém Workshop on Experimental gamification studies into decision making in buyer-supplier relations was a great success. On 24 and 25th June, a mix of PhD students, senior academics, practitioners and researchers had an interesting discussion of the aspect of ‘uncertainty’ in decision taking. With 8 presentations and enough time for discussion in a wonderful and stimulating environment, it certainly will be continued in the future! Thank you IPSERA and University of Pannonia for sponsoring flights and hotel of invited speakers and the great catering by Oliva!

written by Dirk-Jan Kamann

Photo gallery available here>>> 


Internship opportunity in Norway

The University of Stavanger (Norway) offers an Erasmus+ Intenship/work placement position at the Admissions office. Starting date is August 2019. The job can be provided for 6 or 12 months. Working hours: 9:00 – 15:00 (30 min. lunch break between 11:30-12:00). There’s no salary, the student is expected to have an Erasmus+ scholarship or other financial support from his/her home university.

Main responsibilities and tasks:
– Supporting the international Admissions team.
– Working with Facebook groups.
– Maintenance of student lists in Excel, registration of data in FS (student database in Norway), correspondence via e-mail, etc.
– Regular updating of webpages.
– Contribution to marketing/ recruitment and promotion activities.
– Other tasks can eventually be added depending on the performance of the applicant.

Who can apply?
– Student enrolled at Bachelor’s or Master’s level or a recent graduate who can receive Erasmus+ scholarship.
– Strong English skills (spoken and written), additional knowledge of other languages will be an advantage.
– Strong communication skills and intercultural awareness.

Applications should be sent by e-mail to by 5th of July 2019. 
Required documents: CV, Cover Letter and supply the names and contact details of 2 references (teachers, employers etc.) who can be contacted by the Admissions Office at the UiS. Skype interview is also required.

Original  ad>>>


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