Our international students studying at the Institute for Social & European Studies (ISES), together with participants in the International Summer University program have come from countries all around the world including: Albania, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Canada, Cameroon, Hungary, India, Italy, Lithuania, Philippines, Russia, South Korea, Turkey, USA and many more.
Friday July 8 Kőszeg, Hungary
About XVI International Summer University Since 1996, the Institute for Social & European Studies (ISES) has organized the International Summer University in Kőszeg. The annual topic has always been constructed around contemporary European and global issues. This year, the XVI International Summer University will focus on: Reinventing the Future -‐ New Strategies in Global Management and The Role of Europe, 25 June -‐ 9 July 2011. Institute for Social & European Studies Foundation 14 Chernel Utca, 9730 Kőszeg W: www.ises.hu/en E: email@example.com T: +36 94 563 055
Institute for Social & European Studies (ISES) Foundation
Closing Ceremony Invitation: Inauguration of the UNESCO Chair
Closing Ceremony Schedule
UNESCO Chair in Cultural Heritage Management & Sustainable Development
Sgraffitto-‐House, 7 Jurisics Square, 9730 Kőszeg Friday 8 July 2011
17:00 Registration 17:15 Inauguration of the UNESCO Chair and ISES Library
H. E. Katalin Bogyay (Hungarian Ambassador to UNESCO) László Huber (Mayor of Kőszeg) Tamás Mészáros (rector, Corvinus University of Budapest) László Trautmann (dean, Corvinus University of Budapest) Iván Bába (State Secretariate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Ferenc Miszlivetz (Director of ISES)
19:00 Opera Concert
We are extremely pleased to announce that the Institute for Social & European Studies (ISES) Foundation, already a Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence, was recently awarded a UNESCO Chair in Cultural Heritage Management. The UNESCO Chair will complement the ISES-‐Corvinus postgraduate programme in Cultural Heritage Management & Sustainable Development, a unique program that is the first of its kind in Hungary. This postgraduate programme offers students the opportunity to become trained professionals with the skills needed to preserve and protect cultural heritage for future generations. The programme provides a solid, interdisciplinary foundation for specialization in cultural heritage, management and sustainable development. We are also pleased to announce that we will be opening our new Advanced Studies Centre and Library in Kőszeg, intended for MA and PhD student researchers, as well as professors in the social sciences. For more information, please visit www.ises.hu
Location: Miklós Jurisich Grammar School
Location: Taverna Flórián
The historic medieval city of Kőszeg is situated at the foot of the Austrian Alps on the border of Austria and Hungary. It was established in the mid-‐13th century, the only free royal town in the historical garrison county of Vas.
Published on Jun 20, 2011