What is the “University School”? The department of business education and human resource development has developed a new and most innovative way of teaching master students the necessary skills for becoming good teachers.
The University of Westminster has as its strapline “Educating for Professional Life” and since 2000, all undergraduate degree programmes have a work experience module and must make employability skills clear in every module handbook.
On 9 November, the annual “Job Challenge” fair was held for the tenth time, one of the biggest job fairs in the Czech Republic, visited each year by thousands of students and dozens of employers.
In this bulletin, we will share some information about our partner Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), Germany and their degree program in Business Education at the School of Business and Economics.
Doctoral studies are an integral part of tertiary education. The main goal of these programmes is to train new generations of researchers and academics.
In the European Union, there are currently 5.7 million young people under the age of 25 without a job.
Social clubs, students’ group, scientific, artistic and cultural development help students to recognize the contribution to develop their creativity, talents and leisure time.
In this April bulletin we are introducing the Career Centre of Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic.
Adam Smith said that diversifying the labor according to their skills is a good way of increasing efficiency (Smith, 1965).
“It May Be Necessary To Make Compromises In Everyday Politics, But We Cannot Compromise With Our Conscience”
Patron of the Ludwig Erhard Symposium, or: How the “inventor” of the social market economy of the 1950s helps students to understand economy in the 2000s.