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PRAXIS: European Center for Project/Internship Excellence

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Projektart und Laufzeit

Oktober 2011 bis Dezember 2014 (abgeschlossen)

Koordinator

Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik

Forschungsschwerpunkt

Geschäftsprozessmanagement

Forschungsgebiet/e

Process Management

Beschreibung

Project/Internship course units are particularly relevant to engineering degrees. It is through this type of courses that students have the chance to practise their technical skills in a real-world-like setting and develop soft skills that are a key factor for employability.
Project/Internship courses might create an environment that is a unique cradle to forge students' soft skills, such as team work, communication, initiative, and focus. Addressing and improving these skills efficiently and efficaciously is seldom done by other university courses. Projects/internships are probably the most efficient way to develop soft skills.
There are many distinct flavors of project/internship courses throughout the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). This type of instruction is very suited to the Bologna paradigm raising the interest of EHEA players into it. The purpose of the PRAXIS Network is to set a European dimension to this form of teaching/learning (Project/Internship).

Liechtensteinbezug

The project's main objective is to design a Web platform that allows sharing available internships for students all over Europe. Liechtenstein's industry can accordingly benefit from the project and use the platform to recruit best talents from abroad.

Projektleiter

Projektmitarbeiterin

Partner

  • Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik
  • Hilti Lehrstuhl für Business Process Management