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University of pannonia

  1. 1. The academic year 2010/2011
  2. 2. Veszprém, HUNGARY
  3. 3. The city of Veszprém• old historical town• located about 120 km southwest of Budapest, thecapital of Hungary• Veszprém is surrounded by the Bakony Hills fromthe north and Lake Balaton from the south the Townof Queens• 65,000 inhabitants• important administrative, scientific, commercial andeducational centre of the country
  4. 4. General Information• 1949 The former Veszprém University of Chemical Engineering was founded.• 1990 The University of Veszprém was established.• 2000 The Georgikon Faculty of Agriculture in Keszthely was integrated.• 2006 University of Pannonia
  5. 5. General Information• 5 faculties• 2 major campuses• 4 off-campuses• more than 10,000 students• 1,300 university employees (staff and administration)
  6. 6. Faculty of Engineering Faculty ofGeorgikon Information Faculty Technology Faculty of Faculty of Modern Philology Economics and Social Sciences
  7. 7. Faculty of Engineering• Basic and applied research programmes in engineering and the natural sciences, organized in a structured, innovative curriculum• Close cooperation with industry in our research and training programmes
  8. 8. Main research activities• Methods of environmental analysis and their application• Alternative methods of environmental protection (alternative energy sources, waste recycling)• Special material examination processes• New preparatory procedures for structural material development, corrosion research, development and updating of production technologies• Computer modelling• Process control and data management research• Simulations based on quantum chemical calculations
  9. 9. Educational programmes of the Faculty of Engineering Master’s programmesBachelor’s programmes (in Hungarian) (4 semesters)(6-7 semesters) Bioengineering (7) In Hungarian: Chemical Engineering (7)  Chemical Engineering Chemistry (6)  Chemistry Environmental Engineering (7)  Environmental Engineering Environmental Sciences (6)  Environmental Sciences Materials Engineering (7)  Materials Engineering Mechanical Engineering (7)  Mechatronics Engineering In English:  Environmental Engineering  Environmental Sciences
  10. 10. Faculty of Modern Philology and Social Sciences • Modern Languages and Literatures (Philology): English, French, German, Hungarian • Translation and Interpretation • International Studies • Theatre Studies • Ethics and Philosophy • Educational Studies (Pedagogy) • Teacher Education • Institute of Educational Research
  11. 11. Main research activities• Applied Linguistics• Literature• Educational Studies• Methodologies of teaching various subjects• Comparative Political Sciences• Theory of International Relations• European Studies• Theatre Studies
  12. 12. Educational programmes of the Faculty of Modern Philology and Social SciencesBachelor‘s programmes Master’s programmes(6 semesters) (4 semesters) In Hungarian:In Hungarian:  Applied Linguistics Hungarian Studies  Educational Science International Relations  Hungarian Language and Literature Liberal Arts  International Relations Pedagogy  Teaching Education: Educational Science, English Political Sciences Language and Culture, Environmental Science, German Language and Culture, Hungarian Language and Social Sciences Literature, Informatics, Specialisation of People and SocietyIn foreign languages:  Theatre Studies English and American Studies (in English) In foreign languages: French Studies (in French)  English and American Studies (in English) German Studies (in German)  German Language, Literature and Culture (in German)  Translation and Interpretation (in Hungarian + in English, French, German, Italian)
  13. 13. Faculty of Economics • Training in micro- and macroeconomics, and industrial economics • Research in economics • Higher Educational Centre for Enterprise Development
  14. 14. Main research activities• Economics: integration theory, international economics, financial markets, regulation of markets, competitiveness, game theory, economics of information• Applied economics: media studies, e-government, e-learning, enterprise development, marketing• Management: knowledge management, organizational culture, quality management, supply chain management, project management, HR• Accounting and controlling: cost management, productivity, controller roles, strategic controlling, international accounting, controlling of human resources• Tourism: marketing of tourism, product development, employment in tourism, sociology of tourism, consumer behaviour
  15. 15. Educational programmes of the Faculty of EconomicsBachelor’s programmes (6-7 semesters) Master’s programmes 4 semesters)In Hungarian: In Hungarian: Applied Economics (6)  Accountancy Finance and Accounting (6+1)  Economic Analysis  Engineering Management Human Resources Management (6)  Logistics Management International Business (6+1)  Management and Leadership Business Administration and Management  Master of Business Administration (6+1)  Tourism Management Technical Management (7) Tourism and Catering (6+1) In English:  Economics AnalysisIn English:  Tourism Management Tourism and Catering (6+1)
  16. 16. Faculty of Information Technology • Training and research in Information Technology, Nanotechnology and Electrical Engineering • Close cooperation with the industry in R&D • Student Recruitment Centre, Research Institute of Chemical and Process Engineering
  17. 17. Main research activities• E-business• Medical information technologies• Formal systems• Information retrieval• Intelligent control systems• Image processing• Visual ergonomics• Mobile telecommunication networks• Multimedia and virtual reality• Highly dependable systems• Optimization• Content and knowledge management• Portal solutions
  18. 18. Educational programmes of the Faculty of Information TechnologyBachelor’s programmes (in Hungarian) Higher vocational trainings(in Hungarian)(6-7 semesters) (4 semesters)  Technical and Information Technology Computer Economist (7) Engineer Assistant Computer Engineering (7) Computer Program Designer (6) Post graduate programmes Electrical Engineering (7) (2 semesters)Master’s programmes (in Hungarian)  Supply Chain Optimization in Petroleum Industry (in English)(4 semesters) Computer Science and Engineering Logistics Engineering
  19. 19. Georgikon Faculty • Individual campus in Keszthely • Training and research in agriculture • Potato Research Center • Grape and wine- research
  20. 20. Main research activities• Plant breeding• Cultivation technology development• Erosion research• Agro-chemistry• Integrated pest control methods• Environmental protection diagnostics• Pig and cattle breeding• Population genetics• Toxicology• Potato research• Grape research• Pomology and vegcrops research• Ornamental plant• Shrub and tree research
  21. 21. Educational programmes of the Georgikon Faculty Master’s programmesBachelor’s programmes (4 semesters)(6+1 semesters) In Hungarian:In Hungarian: Agribusiness and Rural Development  Agricultural Biotechnology Agricultural Engineer  Agricultural Environmental Engineering Agricultural Environmental Engineering  Agricultural Sciences Agricultural Information Technology and  Animal Husbandry Policy Administration Animal Husbandry Engineer  Animal Nutrition and Feed Safety Field Crop Production  Horticultural Engineer Horticultural Engineer  Nature Conservation Engineer Nature Conservation Engineer  Plant Protection Tourism and Hospitality  Rural Development and Agribusiness In English:  Agricultural Sciences  Plant Protection
  22. 22. The doctoral schools of the University of Pannonia Doctoral School in Animal- and Agricultural Environmental Sciences Doctoral School in Chemical Engineering and Material Sciences Doctoral School in Chemistry and Environmental Sciences Doctoral School in Crop Production and Horticultural Sciences Doctoral School in Information Science and Technology Doctoral School in Management Sciences and Business Administration Doctoral School in Molecular- and Nanotechnologies
  23. 23. PhD graduates per year
  24. 24. The Central University Library• 231 991 books• Periodicals• Online services• 300 computer work stations for students• University Archives, University Press and University Bookshop• Open to the public
  25. 25. Student Hostels• A wide range of accommodations in Veszprém and the surrounding areas, including one at Lake Balaton• Total number of places 1,618• Facilities: internet access, refrigerator, microwave oven, laundry, kitchen, study rooms• Reasonable prices
  26. 26. Sports and recreation• University Olympics, Balaton Regatta rowing competition• University Days (VEN)• Student groups and International Student Organizations (mobility, conferences, summer universities)• Carriers Office (Ka-Iro)
  27. 27. International cooperation• Aachen, Germany- Aachen University of Applied • Morrow, Georgia, USA - Clayton State Sciences University• Angers, France - L’Université Catholique de • München, Germany - Technischen Universität l’Ouest München• Athens, Greece - National Technical University of • Oradea, Romania - University of Oradea Athens • Nitra, Slovakia - Slovak University of• Beregovo, Ukraine – Transcarpatian Hungarian Agriculture in Nitra College Ferenc Rákóczi 2nd • Pontiprydd, Wales – University of Glamorgan• Brisbane, Australia - Queensland University of • Portoroz, Slovenia – EMUNI University Technology • Rochester, NY, USA - Nazareth College• Ceské Budejovice, Czech Republic - University of • Taipei, Taiwan – Kainan University South Bohemia • Thonburi, Thailand – King Mongkut’s• Darmstadt, Germany - Technischen Universität University of Technology Darmstadt • Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo University of• El-Minia, Egypt - El-Minia University Agriculture and Technology• Ismailia, Egypt - Suez Canal University • Toledo, Ohio, USA – University of Toledo• European (Atomic Energy) Community, Joint • Trier, Germany – Fachhochschule Trier Research Centre (JRC) • Trieste, Italy - Universita degli Studi di Trieste• Cluj-Napoca, Romania - Babeş-Bolyai University • Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina – University of of Cluj-Napoca Tuzla• Cluj-Napoca, Romania – Technical University of • Wageningen, the Netherlands -Wageningen Cluj-Napoca Agricultural University• Lausanne, Switzerland - Ecole Politechnique • Zagreb, Croatia – University of Zagreb Fédérale de Lausanne• Lvov, Ukraine - Ivan Franko National University
  28. 28. Office of Scientific and International Affairs •SINCE 1999 •LLP/ERASMUS •CEEPUS •OTHER INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIONS
  29. 29. The Erasmus ProgrammeBilateral agreements with 124 institutions of 23 countries
  30. 30. Erasmus Bilateral Agreements with Finland• Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences: School of Business Administration Institute of Technology• Lappeenranta University of Technology• PIRAMK Univesity of Applied Sciences• Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences• University of Joensuu• University of Lapland• University of Oulu
  31. 31. Erasmus Bilateral Agreements with FinlandSubject areas:tourism, business studies, IT, agriculture, educationand teacher training, art and design, language andphilology, electronic engineering, environmentalscience, chemical technology 2008/2009 - 9 incoming and 13 outgoing students 2009/2010 - 1 incoming and 15 outgoing students
  32. 32. Incoming and outgoing students
  33. 33. Erasmus partner institutions
  34. 34. Contacts University of Pannonia 10 Egyetem Str. 8200 Veszprém HUNGARY; Tel.: + 36 88 623 807; +36 88 624 753 Fax: +36 62 40 08