Portorož, Slovenia, 17 May 2014. On the occasion of launching the EMUNI postgraduate Master segree study programme ‘Intercultural Business Communication', EMUNI held an Information day on Saturday. May 17 in Portorož. The full-day event gathered more than 40 representatives of higher-education institutions, members of EMUNI bodies, diplomatic corps, governmental institutions and other EMUNI contacts and close associates.
The event aimed at introducing EMUNI to the broader public alongside with familiarizing the public with the Mediterranean location of Portorož and its surroundings, where the seat of EMUNI is located. The event also included a welcome reception at one of the most active partner institutions of EMUNI - the University of Primorska, which was hosted by Prof. Dr. Dragan Marušič, the Rector of the University.
Reception, hosted by the University of Primorska; from left to right: Tanja Miškova, Department for Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Oceania, Ministry of Foreing Affairs of Slovenia, Prof. Dr. Hamid El-Zoheiry, EMUNI President, Maurizio Tremul, Italian Union minority organisation, Prof. Dr. Dragan Marušič, Rector of the University of Primorska
The evening programme featured a reception and dinner, hosted by the Mayor of the Municipality of Piran, Dr. Peter Bossman, who in his address welcomed the guests in Piran and reiterated his support to EMUNI, expressing also his content that such an important institution is situated in the municipality of Piran. At the reception Prof. Dr. Abdelhamid El-Zoheiry, President of EMUNI, presented the key characteristics and plans for the implementation of the Master Study Programme. His introduction was followed by the speech of Prof. Dr. Marko Pavliha, the founding father of EMUNI, who explained the initial idea of the Euro-Mediterranean University and the development from the sole idea to the reality.
Guests at the reception in GH Bernardin, hosted by Dr. Peter Bossman, Mayor of Piran
EMUNI Team at the reception in GH Bernardin, hosted by Dr. Peter Bossman, Mayor of Piran