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30.07.2014 10:40:49 by Mária Tóthová (comments: 0)

Challenge for students!

18.07.2014 13:39:50 by Mária Tóthová (comments: 0)

The Case study 2014 "Ex post evaluation of Leader Approach Delivery" just in progress

Since 14 July 2014, at the Faculty of European Studies and Regional Development is running the 9th international case study within the Erasmus Mundus Programme – International Master of Science in Rural Development with its focus on ex-post evaluation of LEADER Approach Delivery.

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30.06.2014 17:52:27 by FEŠRR Administrátor (comments: 0)

Amber Road Consortium

On 17 June, 2014 Dr. habil.Attila Fabian, PhD., Dean of the Faculty of Economics and veice-dean Dr.habil. Eva Happ, PhD. of the University, Sopron,  visited our faculty. The purpose of the visit was the signing of the consortium agreement "Amber Road."  The consortium consists of 13 faculties together from eight countries that lie on one of the most important European trade routes between north and south, from the Baltic Sea to the Adriatic Sea. The consortium will promote international cooperation in the development of innovative approaches to learning and cooperation with enterprises in the participating countries. Representatives of the partner faculties will meet regularly semi-annually, always in the seat of another faculty and  will jointly prepare international projects and exchange teachers and students.

05.06.2014 14:04:53 by Mária Tóthová (comments: 0)

New tradition of environmentalists.

Writing names on sidewalks is already old-fashioned. There is a new tradition of environmentalists!
As it is usual not only to our university, students express their joy of degree awarded by writing their names on the sidewalks around colleges and university. Academic land can thus boasts the names of young engineers. However, recent graduates of the Faculty of European Studies and Regional Development of the Environmental management program decided to start a whole new tradition.

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