Since 1972, AIESEC, the world’s largest youth-led organization started its operations in Hungary. Their aim is to develop the youth by providing leadership experiences with the help of their partners.
If you would like to read more about the program, or plan to become a member, please visit their website:
✔️Do you want to apply for an Erasmus+ sholarship?
✔️Are you stucked with the application?
✔️Would you like to know more about your opportunities?
Book an appointment and ask your questions from the Erasmus+ coordinators and our Erasmus+ scholars.
(Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holder are not allowed to apply for Erasmus+ scholarships!)
Booking: Kolos Adorján- Institutional Erasmus+ Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays between 9-11 & 14-16
Wednesdays between 14-16
Thursdays between 13-15
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
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The Austrian FH JOANNEUM University is offering a new “International Programme” at their Bad Gleichenberg campus for the Winter semester of 2019/20. All academic institutes at their campus in the spa town of Bad Gleichenberg (one hour from the main campus in Graz) contribute to the programme by offering some of their regular courses in English to accommodate international students from health and tourism studies:
– “Health in Tourism Management”
– “Occupational Therapy”.
Exchange students can choose courses from all of the three institutes contributing to the programme.
This allows for a wide range of general and specific classes that students from the University of Pannonia can choose from. Have a look at the attached brochure and see how their “International Programme” may fit you!
Of course, they run a “Buddy” programme as well as tandem learning opportunities for incoming students. Accommodation is at a very pleasant, modern dorm within 5 minutes’ walk from the campus.
Please note that a different range of courses is offered in the fall and spring semesters.
The nomination deadline for the Winter semester 2019 is the 1st of June, 2019.
For more details, please consult the attached brochure, which is downloadable from here>>>>
The programme is also available with Erasmus+
If you need more information about Erasmus please contact Mr Kolos Adorján in the International Office or send an email to either of the following addresses:
We would like to recommend this list below, especially if you are looking for an Erasmus+ opportunity to do your practice abroad! Please contact your chosen Institution and apply for Erasmus+ Scholarship at the International Office of University of Pannonia.
You can find the list here>>>
In connection with the subject of Service Quality Management on 27th September we visited Manor House Inn with my classmates on tourism management course with the leading of our teacher, Gyöngyi Hajmásy.
We were glad of this possibility and we would like to thank the owner of the accommodation for having greeted us kindly. Csopak is one of the most beautiful villages around Lake Balaton where the Villa is situated. This kind of accommodation that they offer to the tourists seemed to me as a „paradise” for those who would like to relax and just to feel the tranquility and the quietness of the place. When we entered the house the owner immediately welcomed us and the friendly atmosphere provided a homey feeling.
In the lobby of the main building we settled down comfortably in sofas and armchairs with a cup of coffee or tea in our hands and the proprietor presented the story of their enterprise and the whole operation of the House. Then they showed us around the accommodation and we visited the three guesthouses and every type of rooms as well. The garden offers several possibilities for outdoor activities and we can find a playground and other games for the children. For adults they built an outdoor wine bar where the guests can relax in deckchairs and taste different kinds of wine produced by the region’s best vineyards.
It was a pleasure to experience the operation of a tourism service in real life and we could develop and extend our theoretical knowledge with the practical implications. Furthermore it was very positive that the owner answered our questions and welcomed our comments and recommendations kindly.
Written by: Vivien Kovács, Tourism Management (MA)