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Dinner and Dance – Department of Tourism

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Dear Students!

29th March is the evening of the Department of Tourism. This years’s theme is: Hungary!
Hungary in decoration, music and food.

Date: 29th March 2012
Start: 6 pm
Venue: Egyetemi Menza (University Canteen)
Dress code: elegant

Dine and Dance with us until morning comes!
Not only for tourism students!


18:00 Start
19:00 Dean’s Welcome
19:30 Dance Show by HEMO Winner Dance  Sport Club
20:00 Dance Show by Honvéd Bakony Táncegyüttes
20:30 Dinner
21:30 Music by ‘Alibi’ band
22:30 Music by ‘Bors’ band
23:30 Lottery Game
00:00 Music by ‘Chungam’ band
04:00 End

You can choose from among 3 options for dinner.
Please don’t forget that you need to pre-order your dinner!

With dinner: 2500 HUF
Without dinner:  1300 HUF

You can buy your ticket in Building “A” Entrance Hall by the tables or in Hotel Magister in Room 1076 (Melinda Garai).

Facebook event:

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Exhibitors at the International Afternoon

Come and browse among the verious international opportunities. The exhibitors of the International Afternoon are waiting for Your witk their offers from 11 am in Building B, 7 March 212.

Exhibitors at the International Afternoon:

– partner universities of the Faculty of Economics

– Erasmus program, University of Pannonia

– American Corner Veszprém

– BEST – summers schools in Europe

– AIESEC – international internship

– Várfok Alapítvány – Eurodesk info point, international volunteering

– CCUSA – summer jobs in the USA

– Pannon Nyelvvizsga – lanuguage exam

– Universitá per Stranieri ’’Dante Alighieri’’ – summer school in Italy

– CSE Australi – studying and working in Australia

– Ka-Iro – carreer office

– ESN & Külügyi Bizottság – Erasmus student network, Erasmus mentor program

– VEMAFI – Finnish-Hungarian associaton

– STA Travel – cheap travel for students

– Fe Vák – internships, info and advice point on launching a venture

Globar Leaders’ Summit

global_leaders_summit_2012_01AIESEC Veszprém invites You for the year’s biggest AIESEC event, the Global Leaders’ Summit.

Workshops, panel discussions, sharing opinions, fun and celebrating cultures.

More info:

Contact: Alexandra Balázs,

4th National English Language Drama Festival in Veszprém



We are happy to announce that the 4th National English Language Drama Festival in Veszprém will be organised on 4-5 May, 2012. It intends to provide opportunities for theatre-lovers to prove their talent on stage in English. Any productions from any college/university and secondary school are welcome. Plays must be in the English language and should keep the audience in its seat for 20-100 minutes.

For detalis click here.

For the registration form click here.

Winner of the “My Pannon Experience” Call


The Faculty of Economics is glad to present the winning photo of the “My Pannon Experience” Call.

The picture was taken by our Erasmus student Natalia Kupis. She is from the University of Szczecin, Poland.

“In fact, [this is] my first picture in Veszprem, and also my favorite. I think that shows how you can feel in Veszprem, just happy!”


Thank You for the beautiful picture!


Graz University Summer School 2012

graz_university_summer_schoolLeadership and Education : The Future of Europe?

Within this summer school we will discuss leadership as European leadership in state, society, and religion on a global level. We will offer examples of European leadership within the areas of fundamental rights, technology, climate change, peaceful cooperation, and global affairs. We will be discussing who will be the leaders of Europe tomorrow, what qualities they need, and which challenges they will face.

Our definition of education encompasses various levels. We will focus on European models of education, and its paradigm shift initiated by the introduction of the Bologna Process, as well as on the implications for education and learning as defined in the Lisbon Agenda 2020. Debates will also include the question of education about Europe and the European Union.

The topics addressed in this summer school raise issues of leadership, of values and norms, of identity formation, which transcend the borders of Europe. While it is clear that education is the basis for personal development, social inclusion, economic innovation, and awareness of fundamental rights, key questions about the future remain open. In a world characterized by rapid change through Europeanization, regionalization, and globalization, leadership and education will be pathways to possible solutions. The right to education is of key importance for a continent whose main resources are knowledge and human capital.

Summer School:
15 -29 July 2012
Seggau Castle, Leibnitz, Austria



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Today is Thanksgiving in the USA. This is one of the most beloved celebration of American families. If You would like to enjoy a nice Thanksgiving dinner, come and join us next Thursday in the American Corner.

Thanksgiving Celebration and Dinner

from 5.00 pm on Thursday, December 1, 2011
The American Corner Veszprém,
Eötvös Károly County Library and Cultural Institute (EKCLCI)
cordially invites you to a Thanksgiving Celebration and Dinner
Kisfaludy Conference Room, EKCLCI.


World Travellers’ Club

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CC-2.0-by-Haukur H.

Meet Mika Kylänen
on theWorld Travellers’ Club

on 26th October at 7 pm

in the Central Hostel (Központi Kollégium, Egyetem str. 12.)

What makes Finland special?

What is the first thing that comes to mind about Finland? Snowy winters, pleasantly warm summers, colourful springs and autumns? Lots of trees and an endless carpet of forest with lakes in between? A breath of fresh air? The endless days of summer? The cool winters and the other cool things like Finlandia, berries and reindeers and Jolopukki?
A safe country with well-developed infrastructure, good service and high technology?
Space? Peace? Quiet? Time?

It could be any of these but you may still be wondering what Finland is really like. Who are these Finns and what are they like? How do they live and what are they interested in?

Come and see for yourself!

Bring your mug and be our guest for a drink!

The presentation will be broadcasted on-line:

3rd National English Language Drama Festival

You are cordially invited to attend the 3rd National English Language Drama Festival in Veszprem, which is going to be held in Latinovits-Bujtor Studio Theater, Veszprém on Friday-Saturday, May 20-21, 2011.

The 2-day program offers the following: an excellent opportunity to

– practice your English language knowledge,

– learn while you are having fun,

– get to know the theater in English.

The audience can expect splendid plays from acknowledged high-school and adult theater groups playing in English and providing a real theater experience.

The festival is brought to you by the Americen Corner Veszprém (EKMKKI) and the Institute of English and American Studies (MFTK-PE) with support from the Faculty of Modern Philology and Social Sciences of the University of Pannonia, the Petofi Theater and the Dormitory of the University of Pannonia.

Tickets to be purchased at the venue: (Veszprém, Iskola u. 1. behind the county library)

1 play: HUF 400

1 day: HUF 1000

2 days: HUF 1500

All theater lovers are welcome!

For more information contact:

Bertalan Judit

American Corner Veszprém

Eötvös Károly Megyei Könyvtár és
Közművelődési Intézet

8200 Veszprém, Komakút tér 3.

Telefon: +36 88 560 600

Fax: +36 88 560 600


Dr. Katona László

Angol-Amerikai Intézet

Pannon Egyetem

8200 Veszprém, Egyetem u. 10

Telefon: +36 70 431 8586

Fax: + 36 88 624516


English theatre performance

Streetcar Named DesireThe English and American Studies Institute (University of Pannonia) and the American Corner Veszprem (Eotvos Karoly County Library and Cultural Institute) cordially invite you to the English language theater night organized as part of the America Week program series.

The Turkey Theatre Troupe presents the drama “A Streetcar Named Desire” written by Tennessee Williams. The play is directed by Katona László, lecturer at the English and American Studies Institute of the University of Pannonia.
Time: 19.00 pm Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Venue: Latinovits-Bujtor Játékszín
Veszprem, Iskola u. 1.
Tickets cost 1000 HUF (on the spot) and 800 HUF (in advance in the American Corner).
All interested are welcome.

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