The University of Pannonia’s Faculty of Business and Economics, along with its institutions, departments, as well as its teaching locations, with the support of the Scientific Student’s Council of the University of Pannonia and the University of Pannonia Faculty of Business and Economics’ Scientific Student’s Council announces the Institutional Scientific Student’s Association’s Conference at the University of Pannonia.
– the date of the 2019 Institutional Scientific Student’s Association’s conference: 27th November 2019
– the deadline for registration and submission of the short summary: 20th October (Sunday) 2019, 11:00PM
– submission deadline for the final paper online: 15th November (Friday) 2019, 11:00PM
– submission deadline for the printed paper: 19th November (Tuesday) 2019, 4:00PM
More information available in the original Call for paper here>>>
Mara Cerquetti is an instructor from Italy who is a guest at the Department of Tourism. She will give a lecture in English, starting at 1:00 pm on October 14, 2019 in Building “A” (A/3) of the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Pannonia.
Title of the presentation: Italy and the Italian way of life as a destination: beyond clichés
The event is free, everyone is welcome!
The poster for the event is available here>>>
Organized by University of Pannonia Kőszeg Campus and Institute of Advanced Studies 20-member Chinese delegation arrived in Kőszeg. Most of the participants are college students, who came for a study trip at the Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages. Beyond the cultural programs, they were listening to scientific and educational performances during the time spent here.
On 6th of May, the Faculty of Business and Economics was also present in the city, and our teachers and students met the delegation. After a short Campus Director’s greeting, Tünde Vajda introduced the city of Veszprém, University of Pannonia and and the foreign language training offer to the students. Following this, Xia Dehua and Tan Panhava students in Business Administration and Management presented their university life and reported their positive experiences over two years. At last, Dr. Annamária Sasné Grósz gave a lecture on the cultural aspects of international marketing.
The lectures were successful and further cooperation between universities and the institute is expected.
Let’s Learn How to Learn! – Learning skills development for secondary school students
Consortium led by the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Pannonia won the grant titled ’LELLE2 – Let’ learn how to learn! – Learning skills development for secondary school students’ in the frame of Erasmus+ announced by the European Committee in 2018. The European Union supports the project number 2018-1-HU01-KA201-047839 with €297.386 starting on September 1st, 2018 planned ending on December 31st, 2020. The University of Pannonia leads the strategic partnership project collaborating with Eszterházy Károly University – Hungarian Institute for Education Research and Development (Hungary), the Statny Pedagogicky Ustav (Slovakia), the Cirkevná spojená škola MARIANUM (Slovakia), Liceul Teoretic „Téglás Gábor” (Romania), Kuressaare Gümnaasium (Estonia), and the I. Béla Comprehensive School, Dorm and Primary School from Szekszárd (Hungary).
The LELLE2 project idea came from the success of ERASMUS+ project LELLE (http://lelle.gtk.uni-pannon.hu/en/home/) which focused on the research, measurement and development of learning skills (managing own learning process, critical thinking, problem solving). In order to be successful during the higher educational studies or finding a job factual knowledge is not enough, certain additional soft skills are also needed.
These key competences are not taught in the institutions so that secondary students need to acquire these skills themselves. The main objective of our project is to provide secondary school students with learning skills development and to equip them with skills that can be used on the job market and in the secondary and higher education.
During the 28-month project the Partnership lead by the Faculty of Business and Economics is to achieve the implementation of the
following intellectual outputs:
- Best Practice Collection on Learning Skills Development (compilation of state-of-the-art learning skills development methods available for assessing and developing the learning skills of secondary school students)
- How to Teach How to Learn – teachers training in secondary schools (training material for secondary school teachers and provide training for them)
- Learning skills assessment of secondary school students (taking into account the skills and abilities of secondary school students, and the demands of higher education and employers)
- Pedagogical materials for learning skills development
- European Learning Skills Development Gateway (it will be a knowledge share portal and will also function as a knowledge community)
The first transnational project meeting was held in Veszprém on 8th – 9th October, 2018. The Partnership successfully started the project work in the Kick-off meeting.
More information: www.facebook.com/lelleproject