We organize the International Interdisciplinary Conference on Consumption with the aim of offering opportunities for exploring, recording and sharing the existing consumption research results on Central Europe and also initiating interdisciplinary collaborations between the representatives of different consumption research fields.
The International Teaching Week is held in April/May every year with a varied focus on the most relevant topics of business education. It provides students, who can not participate in mobility programs, with international experience by staying on campus. The aim of the International Teaching Week is apart from inviting our guest lecturers to the regular classes where they deliver guest lectures to creat a platform where participants and faculty members can discuss entrepreneurial education, innovation in teaching methodologies and alternative economic approaches This brings even overseas teaching methods and approaches into our classrooms, so students can enjoy and benefit from internationally experienced professors at home. Furthermore, this event offers a great opportunity for the participating professionals as well. They can build new or deepen existing professional cooperations, network with other participants and use this week as part of their professional development by actively participating on the organised events dealing with current challenges of business education.