Career orientation Open Day at the Rákóczi College
For the second time this year, an open day was held at the Ferenc Rákóczi II Transcarpathian Hungarian College on 19 May. The aim of the event was to give the visitors an insight into the life of the institution and its units, as well as to inform them about the admission procedure for higher education in 2023.
The institution held its first Open Day on 10 March. At that time, prospective students and their parents had the opportunity to get a glimpse of the institution’s life and explore its structural units. They could find out more about the opportunities offered by the departments from the heads of the individual departments and from the lecturers.
On the second Open Day, the attendees were welcomed by Ildikó Orosz, the president of Rákóczi College, followed by a joint recitation of this year’s slogan: The college is waiting for you!
“I encourage everyone to come and have a look around, to experience many interesting things and to come back during the admission period, because the college is waiting for everyone”,
said István Csernicskó, rector of the Rákóczi College.
Attila Tóth, Secretary of the Admission Committee, then introduced the representatives of the departments and presented the day’s schedule.
During the rest of the day, the participants could take part in interesting programmes and interactive activities.
Those interested in the 2023 admission regulations could gather individual information from Attila Tóth, the responsible secretary.
The Department of Pedagogy, Psychology, Teacher, Kindergarten Education, Education and Management awaited the kindergarten and primary school students with a fairy tale corner, crafts workshops, traditional games and an obstacle course, as well as skill and movement games.
The Department of Philology’s English Department Group welcomed students from grades 5 to 11 who are interested in the English language and would like to learn more about English-speaking countries, their cultures and traditions. They could take part in interactive presentations about the countries, quizzes, traditional English tea tasting and try out what it is like to learn a language through fantastic lyrics and singing.
The Department of Philology’s Hungarian Department Group offered “storybook-like” programs for students in grades 5 to 8, and creative literary competitions for students in grades 9 to 11.
The Department of Philology’s Ukrainian Group was open to students in grades 5-11 who wanted to gain an insight into the everyday life of Ukrainian students, to help and motivate them in their career choices. During the day, they could participate in various language games.
The Department of History and Social Sciences offered an online interactive quiz game. All that participants needed to play the quiz was an enterprising spirit and a mobile phone. The best students received a prize.
The Department of Earth Sciences and Tourism offered interesting activities for pupils in grades 5-11. They could participate in a mineral show, a country quiz, a “blind” map orientation exercise and a guided tour of the institution.
The Department of Biology and Chemistry welcomed 5th-8th graders with impressive chemical experiments and interactive zoological and botanical activities. Visitors were able to see the department’s collections and laboratories, discover their diversity and gain an insight into the everyday life of a natural scientist.
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offered programmes for students in grades 8 to 11, providing interactive entertainment. There was 3D modelling, hands-on maths (Gömböc, Rubik’s Cube, Towers of Hanoi), as well as board and single-player games (cooperative, mathematical and logical ones).
The Accounting and Auditing Department’s programmes focused on financial and economic awareness. To achieve this, interactive games, situational scenes and creative tasks awaited the participants.
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