Contributing to the establishment of social proviso concerning the good adjustment to the effects of climate change, encouraging to become acclimatized, among other things by providing the necessary frames to preventive activities, by sharing and spreading the already possessed knowledge and by realizing programs that aim to shape attitudes.

 

The University of Dunaújváros and the Foundation for the Higher-Education in Dunaújváros have indicated their intention to collaborate towards the City Council of Dunaújváros, therefore they hand in the application as a consortium for the call “Elaborating local climate strategies, shaping minds concerning the awareness of the climate”. In the year 2016 the local university has already submitted an application related to this area with the title of “The only Earth – our living planet”.

On 21 March 2018 Zoltán Balog, Minister of Human Capacities visited the Campus of the University of Dunaújváros in order to discuss the current status and the development possibilities of UOD. The Minister was received by Dr. István András, Rector of UOD, Gábor Cserna, Mayor of Dunaújváros, and other prominent persons from the top management of both the city and the University. 

 

 

Future prospects are of key importance in UOD’s life – emphasized Zoltán Balog during the meeting. Becoming a University of Applied Sciences was a milestone for the institution. The next goal is to strive towards further success, especially in the field of engineering programs, that can meet the demand for qualified engineers arisen from the the enlargement process of the Paks nuclear power plant. Zoltán Balog added that he sets a great value on the engineering and teacher of engineering programs of the University of Dunaújváros, as great necessity arises countrywide for both fields.

 

 Between the 5th and 8th March, 2018 a delegation from the University of Dunaújváros has visited two of our Erasmus+ partner institution in the north.

 

Beside Dr. habil István András Rector and dr. habil Mónika Rajcsányi-Molnár, Vice-Rector of Academic and General Affairs the assistants from the Rector’s Office and colleagues from the International Relations Office represented the University of Dunaújváros.

 

 

The main aim of visiting our partner institution in Katowice was to make our cooperation more fruitful, especially to strengthen the collaboration with the Faculty of Computer Science and Materials Science in Chorzów and Sosnowiec. We had the chance to introduce the University of Dunaújváros and get to know more about the University of Silesia as well. We hope that the number of the student and staff Erasmus+ mobilities between the two institutions will be growing in the near future.

 

 

The representatives of the International Relations Office also continued their journey to our other Polish Erasmus+ partner institution, the Jan Amos Komenski State School of Higher Vocational Education in Leszno. The main goal of the meetings was to check out and negotiate the current ongoing projects and put down further cooperation possibilities in the higher-education and seek for other opportunities for the two twin towns, Dunaújváros and Leszno.

 

 

 

The University of Dunaújváros has been visited by the Wenjing College, Yantai Unviersity from China on the 23rd of January.

 

 

 

The delegation of five arrived to our city as a counter-visit after last year a delegation of our university have visited their campus.

During the introduction Mr. Liu Kongqing, Assistan Dean; Mr. Han Shaoming, Dean; Mr. Gao Zhaolong, Director of Administration Office; Mr. Liu Jiaguang Dean; Mr. Liang Xiaojing, German teacher saw a presentation about the UOD and they also saw our new teaser video. The guest were welcomed by Dr. habil Mónika Rajcsányi-Molnár, Vice-Rector of Academic and General Affairs, Dr. Csilla Szabó, Head of the Teacher Training Center and Mrs. Katalin Gyöngyössy, Head of the International Office.

 

  

 

 

 

After the meeting the delegation took a campus tour and visited the laboratories and facilites of the UOD.

 

 

 

It is a tradition now that the University of Dunaújváros keeps good connection with Chinese Higher Education Institutions thanks to our long time partner, the Bejing L&J Education Tecnology Co. and it's manager, Mr. Jing Wang.


Now a new partnership arises as a delegation from the Guizhou University of Finance and Economics have visited our campus on the 30th of November. 

 

 

The delegation, led by Prof. Yang Yong, Vice President proposed that they will send their students to the UOD in the frame of the Chinese Government Scholarship programme. This could be the first time for the UOD to participate in China's most important study abroad programme.  They were also interested to join the UOD's popular Final Year programme.

 

   

 

From Hungarian side, Dr. habil. Mónika Rajcsányi-Molnár Vice President of the University of Dunaújváros offered a cooperation in the frame of Erasmus + KA 107 programme to exchange students and lectureres.

 

 

After the meeting the delegation have visited the campus of the UOD with the Hungarian colleagues.

 

 

The Week of Science has become one of the most important event in the life of the University of Dunaújváros, our international conference annually offers a variety of programmes related to the educational portfolio of the institution started from the 13th of November .

 

 

 

Beside the Hungarian participants the UOD also received 25 foreign visitors from six countries and eight different institutions. The program started with the HASIT 3.0 conference: all the participants could get more information about the UOD's unique programme. The HASIT project aims to reduce the student drop-out rate with a more efficient support system.

On day two, the Scientific Student Conference had it's annual sections: the young researchers made exciting presentations about their topics both in Hungarian and English language. In the audience there were many representatives of different companies as on this same day a Carrier Expo was also organised by the UOD.

 

 

As the University of Dunaújváros puts more and more focus on the discipline of renewable energy and electric cars a "Green Day" was organised on Wednesday. During the exhibition new technologies were introduced and the guests, students and lecturers could try many of them.

On Thursday started the East-West Cohesion conference: a scientifice meeting of the University of Dunaújváros decicated to bring the lecturers of our partner universities closer. In three different section the guest explained their research topics than many discussion started between the professors and experts adding their own knowledge to the topic.

 

 

As an additional results to the Week of Science, new partnership agreements were signed between the Ural State University of Economics and the University of Dunaújváros. Moreover the Polish delegation started multi-level cooperations with us.

 

The list of International guests:

Azerbaijan State University of Economics: Leyla Hajiyeva, Zumrud Najafova

Unis Educational Group: Dr. Wanderson Gomes, Eduardo Duffles Reis, Dr. Déborah Reis Alvarenga Romano, Dr. Gládis Camarini

Ural Federal Univerity: Dr. Eduard Patrakov,  Dr. Aleksandr Zhilin

Ural State University of Economics: Prof. Sergey Rogozhin, Mariana Vidrevich

Jan Amos Komenski PWSZ Leszno: Mikolaj Zgainski, Janusz Pola, Prof. Piotr Jozwiak

Municupality of Leszno: Magdalene Urbaniak, Krystian Mackowiak, Jakub Schwarz,

Leszno Futsal Club: Pawel Mrozkowiak

Poznan University of Technology: Marian Joskó