Fell invited to read the second part of the interview series with our incoming exchange students.
This week is full of visits of guests from educational institutions from abroad.
István, Cem and Onur were Erasmus+ students of University of Economy in the summer semester of the academic year 2014/2015.
We are pleased to announce that Faculty of Economics of the University of West Hungary is organizing an International Conference entitled „STRUCTURAL CHALLANGES – Cycles in Real Business Innovative Possibilities in Real and Virtual Worlds”. The date of the Conference is set to 12th November 2015. Research fields of the conference will cover, among others, Economic and Social Growth, Creative Business Strategies, Responsible Corporate Governance, Competitiveness, Innovation, Social Responsibility, Ecological Economics and Sustainable Development.
The Polytechnic Institute of Leiria will host the 2nd Open Staff Week within the frame of the Erasmus+ Programme on 2nd-6th November 2015. The five-day programme intends to focus the activities in a special week where all departments are open to receive their peers in other partner countries having as main goal to transfer and exchange experience and know-how; beneficiaries (in and out) will be given the opportunity to learn from the experiences and good practices of each other.
Fell invited to read the second part of the interview series with our incoming exchange students. Today meet Itila Khumalo and Reuben Temba from Victoria Falls University in Zambia. They spent 6 months at University of Economy. Read their story nad learn how Poland looks lke from the viewpoint of exchange students!
István, Cem and Onur were Erasmus+ students of University of Economy in the summer semester of the academic year 2014/2015. We spoke with them about their half-year stay in Poland. They told us about their experience, studies and travelling around Poland. If you want to read about how our country looks like from the viewpoint of foreigner read the interview with the three students from Turkey and Hungary. It is worth mentioning that this is the first interview within the series “My Erasmus experience”. Next articles will be released soon.