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.
Zealand Institute of Business and Technology (ZIBAT) had the honour of hosting a visit from one of their Chinese partners, Dalian Nationalities University (DNU), from the northern part of China.
Usually as a student you would only read about it in thick books. Though, this particular day in October students at ZIBAT Campus Nykøbing F had the opportunity to meet a woman who incarnated it all – high politics in Germany, executive management in a multinational company and ambassador in Qatar.
Assistant professor Lucy Malakar from Ohio has been guest lecturing at ZIBAT for two months. As an expert in economics she has lectured at four out of five campuses at ZIBAT – and is described as amazing by the students.
Use the opportunity to discuss international trends with guest lecturer!
A growing number of employees and higher education graduates in China are experiencing that jobs aren’t as secure – or as attainable – as previously, in an increasingly competitive global economy. In order to combat unemployment and to develop alternative employment strategies the Henan Provincial Human Resource and Social Security Bureau invited Zealand Institute of Business and Technology, ZIBAT, to hold a training seminar on innovation and entrepreneurship in the Henan Province.
Concert venue GIMLE in Roskilde benefits from innovative and creative students from ZIBAT Campus Roskilde. GIMLE is an example of ZIBATs many cooperations with local business and venues.
About 500 international students have decided on ZIBAT this study start 2014. Student Jana Janecková from Czech Republic explains why studying at ZIBAT is an attractive venture.
ZIBAT attracts a worldwide variety of students. Spain, Iceland, Uganda, Panama and China – just to mention a few – are all represented at ZIBAT. In total students from 44 different nationalities embarked on their higher education programmes this autumn 2014. Alvaro Miralles from Spain is one of them.