The program offers six courses taught in part by the staff of the Institute of Business Economics of Eötvös Loránd University, in part by professors from other European universities: 13-18 July 2020 Managerial Accounting Business Communication Skills International Business Networks Corporate Financial Analysis – An Integrated Approach Strategic Brand Management Informal Logic for Business Each course lasts one week and includes 25 contact hours. Courses start on Monday morning and finish on Friday with an examination. (The examination is optional: those who do not wish to obtain ECTS credits do not have to take them.) In addition to the courses, the Summer University also offers exciting programs like evening talks by leading academicians and business personalities, visits to places of cultural interest Budapest abounds with and also opportunities to socialize.
Europe is changing fast. Confronted with challenges like Artificial Intelligence and a continuing influx of refugees, public opinion is argued to become increasingly polarized, and that values have taken a more conservative turn. In this course, you will learn to address the impact of such challenges on individual values, attitudes and behavior. Succeeding Jean-Claude Juncker, the new President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, stated that Europe is changing fast. Confronted with challenges like Artificial Intelligence and a continuing influx of refugees, public opinion is argued to become increasingly polarized, and that values have taken a more conservative turn. This Summer School course addresses the impact of such challenges on individual values, attitudes, and behavior. Each day of this one-week course, an important social trend will be covered. Theoretical models allow you to understand these social trends better, after which quantitative strategies are shown and validated in computer labs to study social change.
Research in the field of renewable energies has greatly intensified due to decreasing fossil energy resources and an increase in greenhouse gas concentration (in particular carbon dioxide). Throughout this summer school, the problems linked to the collection of renewable energies (photovoltaic, wind, etc.), their transformation (producing hydrogen, etc.) and their storage (supercapacitors, batteries, etc.) will be analyzed. Issues related to the systems needing to be implemented for such procedures with renewable energies will also be covered.
This summer school is organized within the framework of bilateral collaborations between the University of Bordeaux and the University of Niigata (Japan). Promoting joint scientific activities in sakeology and oenology, it is open to graduate students, doctoral students, researchers and professionals. The current scientific, technical and economic issues facing the wine and sake industries will be presented by experts, who will also outline current research questions and new evolutions for these disciplines. Tutored work sessions will allow participants to develop research ideas for project proposals in their areas of expertise.