The University of Potsdam and its five European partner institutions in Paris Nanterres and Rennes (France), Cagliari (Italy), Brno (Czech Republic) and Pécs (Hungary) received in June an award in the “European Digital UniverCity” (EDUC) funding program. The consortium, led by the University of Potsdam, is one of 17 European networks now receiving support. The funding amount for all six partners is around € 5 million over three years. The European Commission's call for proposals, in which 54 consortia participated, was launched on the initiative of President Emmanuel Macron of France.
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The 3D Printing and Visualization Center of the University of Pécs is an unabashedly unique institution of its kind throughout the entirety of the country. The institute’s implementation of state-of-the-art 3D printing techniques throughout various areas of research, development and innovation, yet also focuses upon practical development and the effective marketing of its product line. In association with the PTE's "Entrepreneurial University" vision, the center also nurtures professional relationships among various investor groups.
A newly emerging form of treatment involves the use of a deep electrode test, first introduced in Hungary at the University of Pécs, promises new hope for at least a thousand patients suffering from an incurable form of epilepsy. Recent developments now pave a direction in determining the location of the veiled epileptic nodule.
What is a student ambassador?
International Student Ambassadors (ISAs) are current students who act as a link between the university and the outside community. They use their own experiences to give people interested in university life an idea of what it is like to be a student. They assist at a variety of events; their role is to give a fair and accurate representation of the university from a student perspective.
Here are some of the top benefits of becoming an international student ambassador: