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Exciting hike at the Tanú Hills in the framework of the Stipendium Hungaricum project

As part of the Stipendium Hungaricum project, a tour will take place on Saturday 1 June, focusing on the famous Witness Mountains. The event will provide an excellent opportunity for participants to discover the natural beauty and history of this part of Hungary in an exciting 20-kilometre hike.

Discover the wonders of the Balaton Highlands on a fascinating hike!

Tour route: Badacsonytomaj - Bazaltbányák - Kisfaludy kilátó - Bujdosók lépcsője - Badacsonytördemic - Szigliget - Oroszlánfejes kút - Szent György hegy - Bazaltorgonák - Kisapáti

Tour date: 1 June 2024.

Tour leader: Ákos Varga, experienced tour guide

Departure: together from Veszprém on the 7:30 a.m. scheduled bus

Return: from Kisapáti with the 18:15 scheduled bus (Students from Zalaegerszeg and Nagykanizsa are expected to travel separately)

Tour length: 20 km

Special stops and activities:

Basalt Mines: discover the secrets of the volcanic mountains!
Kisfaludy Lookout: enjoy the panorama from one of the most beautiful lookouts of the Balaton highlands!
Bujdosók staircase: test your endurance on this legendary staircase!
Szigliget: Cooling ice cream in the picturesque village.
Lion's Head Fountain: fill up with fresh water and refresh yourself!
Mount St. George: Visit the famous basalt organs and discover the natural formations!

Don't miss this unforgettable experience! Join us and explore the most beautiful routes of the Balaton Highlands with a qualified guide. During the tour there is also the possibility to take water and ice-cream, so everything is given for a pleasant and safe trip.

Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1astGZvOkhuCE703NeAj-wEd6kV1e_uStIsjukIa7W6A



Delegation visit from Ningbo University of Technology to discuss cooperation in the field of humanities

In a significant move towards fostering international academic collaboration, a delegation from Ningbo University of Technology visited the University of Pannonia in Veszprém on May 15, 2024. The delegation, comprising key figures from Ningbo University of Technology, engaged in discussions to establish a partnership between the humanities faculties of both institutions.

This visit was a continuation of the collaborative efforts initiated in March when both universities signed a Memorandum of Understanding . The memorandum laid the groundwork for a strategic partnership focused on academic research, student exchanges, and cultural initiatives. The discussions during this visit were a direct follow-up, aimed at operationalizing the commitments made in the memorandum.

Ningbo University of Technology delegation members were Wu Yuxia, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Arts; Sun Xiaojing, Deputy Director of the Slovenian Studies Center; Du Ying, Head of the Institute of Traditional Cultural Communication.

As the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Arts at NBUT, Wu Yuxia will be pivotal in driving the university’s vision of global collaboration. Her leadership will be crucial in forming and implementing joint programs, research projects, and cultural exchanges. Sun Xiaojing brings extensive experience in European studies and cross-cultural communication, essential for bridging Chinese and Hungarian academic perspectives. Head of the Institute of Traditional Cultural Communication, Du Ying focuses on preserving and promoting traditional Chinese culture, enriching collaborative efforts with unique cultural elements.

As part of the programme, Szilárd Szentgyörgyi, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Pannonia, guided the delegation through the Faculty of Humanities before the talks with the faculty leaders of the University of Pannonia. Further discussions continued during the day with Vivien Szekér, Head of International Department.

The discussions concluded positively, with both parties expressing strong support for the proposed initiatives. The University of Pannonia and Ningbo University of Technology are expected to draft a detailed action plan to formalize their collaboration.


A delegation from Sfântu Gheorghe arrived to the University of Pannonia

The delegation from Sfântu Gheorghe discussed the dual training system of the University of Pannonia, the members of the delegation were welcomed by Dr. Anett Utasi, Director of the Dual Training Centre.

Last year, the Mayor's Office of Sfântu Gheorghe successfully applied as consortium leader for the development of the city's dual training system. The project includes the creation of a new educational campus which will provide the opportunity to carry out dual education in the form of secondary, higher and doctoral studies. Representatives of the consortium came to Veszprém to gain experience of the Hungarian secondary and tertiary dual education system and to see the impressive results of the development of our university campus.


The international delegation included Edit Szmolka, the author and coordinator of the winning bid, Mónika Fosztó, assistant professor and head of the Department of Business Administration at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of Babes-Bolyai University, and Ágnes Köllő, architect, representing the company in charge of the design of the future campus. The new training centre will not only offer courses in mechanics and mechanical engineering, but also in radiology, tourism, environmental protection, finance and management.

As the University of Pannonia has well-equipped laboratories and workshops, the international visitors gained useful practical information on how to plan the future campus, and the tour of the university infrastructure provided a good starting point for the planning work.

As part of the programme, Vivien Szekér, Head of the International Department, guided the delegation through the institution.

Balaton Regatta programme is available

Friday's Balaton Regatta programme available

The XXII Balaton Regatta will again be organised by the University of Pannonia on the beach of the Nereus Park Hotel in Balatonalmádi. It is the oldest sporting event of the institution, traditionally held on the last day of the academic term every year.

We are pleased to announce the official programme of the Balaton Regatta, which includes the events of Friday.

On Friday, 17 May, the starting gun will be fired again on the beach of the Nereus Park Hotel in Balatonalmád and the boats of the University of Pannonia will be launched. The XXII Balaton Regatta is the most prestigious, sportive and turbulent team-building event of the spring.

Like last year, team supporters can follow the races live on the beach, but we are also preparing fun and interesting programmes, performances, concerts, DJs, dancing, a chill zone, free beer and this year hot food and goulash soup for everyone. A new feature is the start of a company race, where colleagues from the university's partners Continental, Balluff, Valeo and CoreCommSI will compete against each other.

Important! The deadline to register for the XXII Balaton Regatta is Friday 7 May 2024!

To get to the venue, we will provide two free shuttle buses for the first 96 registrants. The shuttles will depart from Balatonalmádi to Veszprém at 16.00 and 17:30. Please inform Anita Kovács at Ez az e-mail-cím a szpemrobotok elleni védelem alatt áll. Megtekintéséhez engedélyeznie kell a JavaScript használatát. if you have any changes in your transport registration.


9.30 - 10.00: Arrival, registration

10.00: Opening

10.15: Let's cheer together! - 10:00 - 10:15 - Warm-up with morning exercise

10.30: First race - Seniors

10.45: Presentation of the University Dance Group

10.55: Presentation of the PE Solar Boat Team

11.10: Second race - Seniors

11.50: Third race - University race: PE-MATE

12.05: Presentation race for individual sea-going boats - Race 1

12.05: Masorettas demonstration

12.30: Fourth race - Open race

12.45: Introductory race for individual sea-going boats Race 2

13.15: Company race

13.45: Dr. Zoltán Gaál Memorial Race - PE arms race

14.05: Race of the individual boats - Finals (2 races)

14.15: Concert by Dávid Roland

15.00: Announcement of results

Party programmes:

  • Hugó Hami
  • Foosball
  • bike rally
  • Subsoccer
  • beach volleyball

The final programme and other details will be announced later.

Registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScGXMhWG3d0nk-VD1CNiNTA5XkKGZZFtQLolGfo0cIG5HrhkQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

We are looking forward to welcoming you all!

International Picnic - celebration of cultural diversity

International Picnic


On the 24th of April, the University of Pannonia celebrated the diversity of the student community at the long-awaited International Picnic! Dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the university, this bright event attracted not only international and Hungarian students, but also teachers, university staff and other guests.



Despite the rainy and cold weather, the warm atmosphere of the community, delicious home-made food and international music made the event one of the highlights of the semester. Representatives of fourteen cultures prepared their traditional meals and shared interesting facts about their traditions and cuisine.



The event would not be complete withotut the special guests – music bands Curved Space and Zoord. International tunes and authentic sounds from different parts of the world only contributed to the atmosphere of diversity.


International Picnic became a perfect opportunity for students to bring the international and Hungarian community together, unwind and have fun. The guests could participate in mini games, take on the juice pong challenge and enjoy live communication in a good company. Dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the university, the event once again proved the diversity and inclusiveness of the student community.

We thank all the organizers, active participants and guests of the International Picnic! See you at our further international events!

International Picnic

Get ready for the biggest international event of the spring semester!

The University of Pannonia organizes its first ever international picnic on the 24th of April, 2024. Join an exciting gastronomy and music event to celebrate the diversity of our student community!


Taste the World

Get familiar with the international cuisine and try the dishes prepared by the international and Hungarian students.

Get to know each other

Participate in fun games and make new friends in a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere!

Compete in a Juice Pong challenge

Create a team of two and take part in a juice pong competition! Participation in a game is available upon pre-registration.

Dance the afternoon away

Meet an ethno trance band Zoord – regular participants of the largest international music events (such as Sziget festival)

Create an international anthem with Curved Space and indulge in tunes from all around the world!

Follow the link below to register for the event and for the Juice Pong competition:



Fill the survey and join to the University of Pannonia’s international alumni network!

In a bid to strengthen ties between past and present students, University of Pannonia is reinventing its international alumni network, poised to bridge the gap between former graduates and the institution. This initiative aims to create a platform for networking, mentorship, and professional development.

The new alumni network aims to utilize the combined knowledge and expertise of graduates from different generations, nurturing a lively community focused on mutual support and cooperation. Whether individuals are exchanging career insights, exploring mentorship possibilities, or simply reconnecting with former peers, the network will strive to offer a wide range of opportunities for active involvement.

With the launch of its innovative alumni network, University of Pannonia takes a significant step towards nurturing lifelong relationships and empowering its graduates to thrive in an ever-changing world.

Join to the University of Pannonia’s international alumni network!

Additionally, recognizing the importance of catering to alumni needs, we have created a survey to gather insights into what alumni seek most within the network, providing them with an opportunity to voice their preferences and shape the future direction of the community.

For alumni eager to join the network or learn more about its offerings please fill out the alumni survey.

By completing the questionnaire, you accept the terms of data management


International Academic Collaboration between Ningbo University of Technology and the University of Pannonia

During a significant event marking the beginning of a promising collaboration in academia, representatives from Ningbo University of Technology and the University of Pannonia gathered to commemorate the start of a new chapter in their partnership. The event, hosted by Vivien Szekér, Head of International Department, and Szilárd Szentgyörgyi, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, marked the official beginning of what promises to be a fruitful collaboration between the two esteemed institutions.

Graced by the presence of distinguished guests from both universities, the gathering served as a testament to the shared commitment to academic excellence, research advancement, and community engagement. From Ningbo University of Technology,distinguished individuals including Mr.Bao Jilong, Vice-president, and Ms Wang Yu, Director of Office of International Exchange and Cooperation, among others, were present. Similarly, University of Pannonia was represented by Mr. Péter Bartus, operational director at the Foundation for the University of Pannonia, and Mr. János Abonyi, Vice-rector. The collaboration between Ningbo University of Technology and University of Pannonia signifies the convergence of two institutions with rich academic legacies and a strong focus on international cooperation. With a shared vision for fostering academic innovation and cultural exchange, both universities have demonstrated their commitment to nurturing a global community of scholars.

During the event, Mr. Szilárd Szentgyörgyi shed light on the background leading to the decision to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two universities. The MOU signifies a formal commitment to deepening collaboration in areas such as academic research, student exchange programs, and joint initiatives aimed at addressing global challenges. As representatives from both universities took the stage to deliver speeches, Mr. Bao Jilong and Mr. János Abonyi expressed their enthusiasm for the partnership and highlighted the mutual benefits it would bring to students, faculty, and communities. Their words underscored the importance of international cooperation in driving academic excellence and fostering cross-cultural understanding in an increasingly interconnected world.



The highlight of the event came with the official signing of the MOU, symbolizing a concrete step towards realizing the shared goals and aspirations of Ningbo University of Technology and University of Pannonia. With the ink still fresh on the document, the two institutions embarked on a journey of collaboration that promises to enrich the academic experiences of their respective communities. In her closing remarks, the host expressed gratitude for the opportunity to come together in celebration of shared values and aspirations. As the event concluded, attendees left with a renewed sense of optimism and determination to nurture a partnership that will undoubtedly flourish and thrive in the years to come.


The signing of the MOU between Ningbo University of Technology and University of Pannonia serves as a beacon of hope for the future of international academic collaboration, demonstrating the transformative power of cooperation in advancing knowledge, fostering innovation, and building bridges across cultures.