Studies, Careers and Learning in the Future – How Higher Education Institutions Can Be Supported in their Process
Date Friday, Nov 25 Time – Room Tegel
In this seminar we will present how universities can approach the changing educational landscape as simply as possible and in the long term.
Study programmes are changing, and so is the way we learn. It is important for higher education institutions to take the societal changes into account and to adapt to essential developments such as digitalisation, the changing expectations of students and new learning formats.
Higher education institutions have the unique opportunity to effectively connect students with companies. They should not only guarantee good education and promising career opportunities, but also deliver the best possible next generation of academics for the future.
- How to map interesting services for students with new technologies (events, customised job offers and innovative learning methods).
- How can cooperation with partner companies be simplified and intensified (for example for dual study paths or practical projects).
- How can we make the work of career centers and other institutions visible and measurable.
CEO, SIMOVATIVE, Germany
With more than 20 years of experience in the field of EdTech, Jörn Wünnemann, Founder and Managing Director of the Simovative GmbH, is an expert regarding the administrative digitalisation of educational institutions. He also has an incredible expertise in new technologies used in the higher education. With Simovative’s Campus Management System, academyFIVE, he is in a constant communication with European universities and is expanding his partner network worldwide to create a better learning environment for students.