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Cursuri extracurriculare cu profesori internationali
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November 2018





UNIversities for Futures wORk Skills 2020

At the University of Warmia and Mazury, the international program Universities for Future Work Skills 2020 on student exchange and training begins. The UWM partners are 5 universities and 2 private companies from 5 European countries.

For the three-day meeting (29-31.10) representatives of universities from Spain, Greece, Belgium, Romania and Portugal came to Kortowo (Poland). The main point of the meeting was signing an agreement with the authorities of our university starting the Erasmus + international exchange and training program. The value of the Universities for Future Work Skills 2020 project, whose leader is the University of Warmia and Mazury, is 288.731 EUR.

The signing of the contract was preceded by brief presentations of partner universities on their participation in the project. The key role in its preparation was played by employees of the Faculty of Economics at the UWM: dr. Bogdan Wlodarczyk, who took over the function of project manager and dr. Marek Szturo, who will be one of the experts. The meeting was also attended by prof. Roman Kisiel, dean of WNE and prof. Anna Organisciak-Krzykowska, Vice-Dean for Science and International Cooperation WNE. UWM was represented by prof. Jerzy Jaroszewski, Vice-Rector for Science.

"Today we are preparing the assumptions of the project, which will be implemented over the next 30 months. The project will include research into the labor markets in Europe, including the Polish market, and then develop appropriate courses for students and PhD students to prepare them for the new labor market. The universities will prepare and train 40 students and 4 teachers who will then train students here. We will also prepare an online course in the field of the so-called soft skills. Today's meeting is also a great opportunity to present our university more widely, because most of the participants present today visit our country for the first time" - explains Dr. Bogdan Wlodarczyk.

Project participants will train a total of 80 students from partner universities in soft skills and 16 academic teachers to conduct soft skills development courses.

The UWM partners are: Romanian-American University (Bucharest), Haute Ecole de la Province de Liege (Belgium), Universidad do Vigo (Spain), Instituto Politecnico do Porto (Portugal) and the consulting companies Metodo Estudios Consultores SLU (Spain) and Infalia (Greece). The next meeting of project participants is planned for Spring 2019 in Romania.

The project started on September 1, 2018 and will end on February 28, 2021.
UPDATE! - Student elections

UPDATE!
Tuesday, November 6 of 2018, between 12.00 and 18.00, in the Main Lobby (ground floor, B Building) will take place the electoral process for ELECTING STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES within the RAU's management structures (Senate and School Councils).


Monday, November 5th of 2018, between 12.00 and 18.00, in the Main Lobby (ground floor, B Building) will take place the electoral process for ELECTING STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES within the RAU's management structures (Senate and School Councils).

Further details regarding the candidates and methodology are to be found in the dedicated web page
A Therapy The World Forgotten: Stress Management Techniques For 21st Century Professionals

Dan Radu Poenaru, PhD Lecturer will teach, during 4 - 7.12.2018, the extracurricular class A Therapy The World Forgotten: Stress Management Techniques For 21st Century Professionals.
The classes will be held according to the below schedule:
- 4.12.2018 - 10:30-13:30, Room 326
- 6.12.2018 - 10:30-13:30, Room 326
- 7.12.2018 - 10:30-13:30, Room 319

The class is exclusive for the students of the School of PESK.

Applications are received exclusively through the dedicated platform
guestcourses.rau.ro
.


Participation is considered extracurricular activity for RAU students.
Working language: English.


Extracurricular Course "Romania's Long Road from Communism to Democracy"

The Romanian-American University, together with Liberty University, USA, organizes the extracurricular intensive course entitled "Romania's Long Road from Communism to Democracy".

The activity will take place on 17th of November 2018, between 10:00 - 17:00, inside Lecture Hall 321.
The faculty which will deliver the class are:
- Stephen Bowers, PhD Professor, Liberty University, USA
- Mihaela Istrate, PhD Lecturer, RAU

The class is aimed at the "part time" students of RAU.
Participation is allowed exclusively based on applications, made through the extracurricular courses dedicated website: guestcourses.rau.ro


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Participation is considered extracurricular activity for RAU students.
Working language: English.


The Hospitality Caravan

Facultatea de Economia Turismului Intern sI Intenational (ETII) va invita sa participati la un eveniment important.
Caravana Ospitalitatii se opreste in campusul Universitatii Romano-Americane marti, 27.11.2018, in Amfiteatru 1, la ora 9.30.

Profitati de ocazia de a interactiona cu profesionisti de top din industria turismului, precum:
  • Lior Bebera - GM Hotel Intercontinental
  • Rainer Gieringer - GM Hotel Hilton Athene Palace
  • Georgeta Grecu - GM Hotel Cismigiu
  • Larisa Budaca - GM Golden Tulip Victoriei
  • Calin Ile - GM Ibis Hotels
  • Malin Malineanu - GM New Concept Travel
  • Dragos Popescu - GM Concept Hotels
  • Florin Tancu - GM Weco-Travel, Presedinte Skal International Bucuresti
They will share their professional story, tell you how they managed to climb up their carrier stages and what expectations they have from their future colleagues.
"Do we understand our time? Technology redefines the game rules." UiPath @URA

The School of Computer Science for Business Management of the Romanian-American University invites you to take part into the "Do we understand our time? Technology redefines the game rules." debate.
The event will take place on December 5 of 2018, from 10:00, inside the "Woodrow Wilson" Amphitheater 1.

The special guest of the event is Mr. Alexandru BOLD, Sr. Director, Global Technical Solution Portfolio at UiPath , alumni of the School of Computer Science for Business Management. We encourage you to find out directly from the source details about the first Romanian unicorn - an IT company evaluated at over 1 billion USD.


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Participation is considered extracurricular activity for RAU students.
Working language: Romanian.


Round Table "Trends and challenges of the labor market for graduates of economics and international business. Personnel leasing"

In a constant changing labor market with many challenges for young people who aspire to be selected for jobs in companies and institutions, the School of European Economic Studies organizes a Round Table "Trends and challenges of the labor market for graduates of economics and international business. Personnel leasing ".

Our guest is Mr. Tony Zamfir, Recruitment Specialist, HR Manager of IAE Interim SRL. The event will be held in room 314 and is considered as extracurricular activity. The number of seats is limited to 30 participants.
Caravan of Hospitality at RAU

On November 11, 2018, the Romanian-American University hosted the Caravan of Hospitality, event organized under the signature of Skal International organization.

The event represented a great opportunity for the students of the Domestic and International Economy of Tourism to stay face to face with recognized names of the tourism industry, to discover what is behind the successful brands and to understand that passion, perseverance, positive attitude and creativity are the values that define great careers in the hospitality field.
The special guest have shared their experiences with the students - and to which RAU extends its thanks - were:
  • Lior Bebera - GM Hotel Intercontinental
  • Rainer Gieringer - GM Hotel Hilton Athene Palace
  • Georgeta Grecu - GM Hotel Cismigiu
  • Larisa Budaca - GM Golden Tulip Victoriei
  • Calin Ile - GM Ibis Hotels
  • Malin Malineanu - GM New Concept Travel
  • Dragos Popescu - GM Concept Hotels
  • Florin Tancu - GM Weco-Travel, President of Skal International Bucharest



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    Sephora Internships

    The Romanian-American University and Sephora announce the following available internship for Beauty Adviser, part-time (6h) or full-time (8h) position.

    Applications are to be sent to the email address: recruitment@sephora.ro (specifying "REFSTUDENT" in mail subject).
    Ideal candidates should exhibit creativity, communication skills, positive attitude, entrepreneurship and excellency in execution.

    The presentation of the available positions will take place on Wednesday, 5th of December 2018, from 12:00, in the Senate Hall.


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