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: email@example.com
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 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!
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”.