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At this year's Lectures by the Lake, more than 130 students from the University of Europe for Applied Sciences and 30 groups presented their ideas on how to make the Upper Lusatia region more interesting for foreign professionals and create jobs for the local population. The ideas ranged from medicine and care to education and training as well as sports, tourism and digitalisation. The students recognised and addressed the challenges of the sociological demographic situation and structural change. Many of the international students from 12 countries saw special opportunities in the region, which is located in the triangle between Poland and the Czech Republic. They combined their applied theoretical knowledge from the course with many international case studies (also from their home countries) very well and came up with new ideas. The ideas developed on the basis of extensive research were presented to the ENo and Professor Ralf Iwan.
The competition was a great success with many innovative ideas being presented. The students were able to showcase their creativity and knowledge in a practical way. At the upcoming Lectures by the Lake seminars, new topics and practice-oriented tasks will certainly be assigned to the students on the topic of leadership. I hope this rephrased version is more interesting to read.
You can participate in Lectures by the Lake seminars by registering on the University of Europe for Applied Sciences website. The seminars are held at Lake Berzdorf and combine online teaching in the form of short tutorials with an innovative face-to-face format. The seminars provide workshops, conduct field trips to corporates in the region as well as online-meeting with industry experts. You can find more information about the seminars on this website.
Ralf Iwan MBA