Congratulations to all the graduates from Zealand Institute of Business and Technology and good luck in your future jobs or studies.
The Danish Minister for Higher Education and Science has given three million Danish Kroner to five projects that aim to keep international students in Denmark – for the benefit of the businesses that need more manpower.
One of the five projects, which have been supported, is going to be implemented in cooperation between Zealand Institute of Business and Technology, Copenhagen School of Design and Technology and Copenhagen Business Academy.
KCA University in Nairobi in Kenya can learn from Zealand Institute of Business and Technology’s pedagogical approach where the students are in focus, because the students benefit from it both in their studies and their work life. That is the opinion of two Kenyan teachers from KCA University.
50 percent of all shoes purchased online are returned. E-Concept Developer student in Køge, Cecilie Lisberg, has recieved a micro grant to further develop a solution to the problem.
ZIBAT offers crisis help for our Nepalese students – read here:
WIN-WIN: Internships provide students with an opportunity to work with real life deadlines while company owner Karsten Kjær says ZIBAT-trainees give a positive economic outcome – as well as offering social and inspirational benefits.
Marketing Management students in Nykøbing F have recently visited Hardi International A/S: “It makes a huge difference to see how theory relates to practice in real life,” says marketing student Charlotte Hansen.
20 new E-Concept Developers recently graduatet at Campus Køge. They are now ready to join the labour market or continue their studies on a higher level with a master or a candidate.
Head of Campus, Jørgen Heramb, Head of Studies, John Thrane, and a team of lecturers gave addresses to the happy graduates.
Teknisk Landsforbund, a Danish labour union, was also present and gave out prizes for Best Fellow Students ie. Krishna Sapkota and Nanna Bodenhoff.
Thanks to Ana Belic for the lovely pictures.
Future job-markets will be in need of entrepreneurs and job-creators. But how do we make sure that our students are highly innovative and entrepreneurial? Microsoft and ZIBAT came up with some of the answers on a seminar 12. November 2014 at ZIBAT Campus Roskilde.
As part of LSBF’s efforts to strengthen and expand academic collaboration with intuitions worldwide, a delegation of 40 students and faculty from the Zealand Institute of Business and Technology (ZIBAT) in Denmark visited the Red Lion Street campus in central London for an academic workshop.