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The second WineLab Online Contest

The second WineLab Online Contest is inviting scholars to visit their local wineries and perform a Participatory Photo Analysis, that combines photographs, comments and a rating.

Read carefully about the process you must follow. What you must do: Identify strong and weak aspects of European Wineries and design your own poster by mixing text with photographs, highlighting strengths, and suggesting possible improvements to attract young visitors.

Read the details and join now>>>

Submit Poster deadline is: 20.11.2019.

IV. INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON TOURISM AND SECURITY

The Nagykanizsa Campus of the University of Pannonia, the Foundation for Higher Education in Kanizsa, the Police Science Council, the Hungarian Association of Police Science, the Working Committee of the Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Geography of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Hungarian Tourism Agency organize an international scientific conference as IV. INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON TOURISM AND SECURITY.

Date: 3 (Tuesday) December 2019, 9.30 am
Location: Hotel Karos SPA++++ superior, 1. Alma street, Zalakaros 8749

The aim of the conference is to make the most recent domestic and international results in tourism, security and tourism security accessible to the expert audience and provide an opportunity to connect professionals and researchers working in the industry. The purpose of the event is to facilitate the acquisition of publishing and presentations for young researchers and PhD students. We kindly invite the representatives of the government sector, the staff of the higher education institutions, all the colleagues and experts interested in the topic.

More information available here>>>

The Winelab label chalange

Design a wine label and become one among four winners of The Winelab project contest to win!

You are completely free in choosing the subject, the graphics, the colors, and the infor-mation that should appear in your opinion on your ideal wine la-bel, regardless of actual national legislations that regulate la-bels’ design for commercial use.

WHAT TO WIN?

✔ 6 bottles of the wine with your own label

✔ Great visibility – as the winners names’ and labels will be promoted to The WineLab channels

✔ The opportunity to have your label promoted in fairs and exhibitions (as special edition, not for commercial use)

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 31/05/2019

Further information and apply: https://winelab.elegrad.com/

World Tourism Day 2018

27th September is World Tourism Day! The topic in 2018 is Tourism and the Digital Transformation.

✔ What do you think about the future?
✔ How will technological development change tourism?
✔ Will there be any new career opportunities?
✔ Are we going to take virtual tours instead of real ones or will we just get a new perspective on the already cherished destinations?

If you have an opinion, share it with us and take part in the game! We are expecting 1-minute-long videos in which you share what comes to your mind when you hear Tourism and the Digital Transformation.

You won’t need a professional studio or a make-up artist, all you need is your phone and your fantasy. If you don’t want to appear on video, do not worry. We also accept information videos with animations, captions, pictures.

We recommend you to use the World Tourism Day 2018 logo in your videos: http://wtd.unwto.org/content/wtd-2018-resources

The contest is open for everyone, we look forward to see all your diverse perspectives.

The videos will be posted on the Faculty of Business and Economics Facebook page on 27th September, where you can vote for the most interesting ideas. The top three will receive some gifts from the faculty. On top of that, the runner-up will get a bottle of wine to celebrate, while the winner gets a valuable gift for the hard work.

What is important:

  • Length of video: 1 minute
  • Format: MP4
  • Send the video to: kommunikacio@gtk.uni-pannon.hu (Subject: World Tourism Day 2018)
  • Deadline: 25th September 23:59
  • Winner: the video with the most likes

Summer School in Tourism Events Management

11Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences is happy to announce the 17th edition of Baltic International Summer School, taking place in the green and active city of Valmiera, Latvia, from June 21 – July 2, 2015. This year the students can apply for 1 of the 2 simultaneous courses:
“International Tourism Events Management” – exploring the event management industry; and “Latvia – Place for Creative Development” which will focus on Latvian culture, language and characteristics in today’s world.

The students from the University of Pannonia are exempt from tuition fee and need to cover only their accommodation, meals, and cultural programme (which is a total of 390 EUR). Students can apply until June 1. The special feature of this year’s summer school will be the possibility to experience the traditional way of Latvian summer solstice celebration “Jani”. We will appreciate if you forward this information to any students who might be interested. Further information can also be found on the website: http://biss.va.lv

Further information:
Liga Cvetkova
International Office
Phone: +371 64250853
Fax: +371 64207229
Email: liga.cvetkova@va.lv
www.va.lv/en

Tourism Internship in Scotland

Photo from www.carnegieclub.co.uk

Photo: www.carnegieclub.co.uk

Tourism and Catering BA students! Here is an excellent opportunity to spend your hotel training in Scotland. Skibo Castle (exclusive hotel and club http://www.carnegieclub.co.uk/) is offering an internship for students from the University of Pannonia.  The internship starts on 15th August 2014. Send your application at your earliest convenience!
Further information: Ms. Petra Gyurácz-Németh nemeth@turizmus.uni-pannon.hu

Extraordinary lessons by PhDr. Daniela Matušíková

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Extraordinary lessons by Leonard Cseh

Extraordinary lessons by Leaonard Cseh

Extraordinary lessons by Leaonard Cseh

Conference for Central European Heritage

Photo: http://conference.kultunio.hu/

Photo: http://conference.kultunio.hu/

The international conference for Central European Heritage – Cultural Development Possibilities in historical cities – will be organized between 11-13 April, 2014, by the KultUnio Foundation with the support of Visegrad Fund. In addition to the professional program the tourism and cultural supply of Budapest will be presented, within the framework of sightseeing tours, along with the accompanying event of a Cultural Fair organized in the heart of the city.

Programmes:

– Plenary talks

– The parallel sessions will provide a choice of presentations for the participants in three blocks:

– Integrated Regional Development and Tourism

– Cultural Urban Development, City Management, Trade

– Urban Economy, City Finance, Property Development, Property Investment

– Facultative programmes

Further information: http://conference.kultunio.hu/

Date: 11-13 April, 2014

Venue: Budapest, Erzsébet tér, Akvárium Klub,

Fee for students: 500 HUF/day.

Registration: http://conference.kultunio.hu/registration.html

Excursion to Rome

The annual excursion of the Department of Tourism was in Rome this year. After the 14 hour bus tour we were glad to walk around the eternal city, we started with the Vatican. After visiting Saint Peter’s Square and Basilica we discovered the rich exhibitions of the Vatican Museums (unfortunately the Sistine Chapel was closed due to the new pope’s election one day earlier). Despite the forecast there was a nice weather and this gave us the opportunity to have a great panorama of Rome from the Garibaldi Memorial.
The next day we headed to the countryside and visited Villa Adriana, a whole complex of palaces built by Emperor Hadrian. Later on we visited the nice town of Tivoli and Castel Gandolfo: here is the pope’s summer residence. From this hilltop settlement one can see a mountain lake on one side and the sea in the distance on the other.
On the third day we explored the still existing memories of the antique world. Our first stop was the must-see Colosseum, from here we walked over to the Forum Romanum, the former commercial and political centre of the Empire. Later in the day we have seen many more buildings from ancient times, climbed the Capitol Hill and experienced the chaos called Roman traffic.
On our final day we threw a coin to the Trevi fountain, were amazed by the gigantic dome of the Pantheon, tried one of the 150 available ice-cream flavours in a real Italian gelateria and finally started our journey back to Veszprém.
tourism department excursion

Photo by Ádám Dallos

The annual excursion of the Department of Tourism was in Rome this year. After the 14 hour bus tour we were glad to walk around the eternal city, we started with the Vatican. After visiting Saint Peter’s Square and Basilica we discovered the rich exhibitions of the Vatican Museums (unfortunately the Sistine Chapel was closed due to the new pope’s election one day earlier). Despite the forecast there was a nice weather and this gave us the opportunity to have a great panorama of Rome from the Garibaldi Memorial.

The next day we headed to the countryside and visited Villa Adriana, a whole complex of palaces built by Emperor Hadrian. Later on we visited the nice town of Tivoli and Castel Gandolfo: here is the pope’s summer residence. From this hilltop settlement one can see a mountain lake on one side and the sea in the distance on the other.

On the third day we explored the still existing memories of the antique world. Our first stop was the must-see Colosseum, from here we walked over to the Forum Romanum, the former commercial and political centre of the Empire. Later in the day we have seen many more buildings from ancient times, climbed the Capitol Hill and experienced the chaos called Roman traffic.

On our final day we threw a coin to the Trevi fountain, were amazed by the gigantic dome of the Pantheon, tried one of the 150 available ice-cream flavours in a real Italian gelateria and finally started our journey back to Veszprém.

Written by Ádám Dallos

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