Prepare for business culture
To prepare you well for working within the business world, we apply rules / codes from the business community also during the lecture days. Two important rules / codes are “time is time” and “an agreement is an agreement”. If you meet expectations, you will be rewarded. If you do not, then you have a problem with extra work to bring the module grades to a positive level, while other students continue to work on their new goals.
When it is appropriate / functional, we wear a business suit. This is the case, for example, during company visits, when we welcome external speakers during a lecture day, when we do assignment presentations or during certain program components of the study trip.
We see the working colleges (morning) as a meeting within the business world. The mobile phones were switched off during the meeting. The chairperson (the lecturer) has the floor and expects an active contribution from all participants (the students) during the meeting.
We see the practical (afternoon) as the regular activities within the company. Of course you deliver quality when carrying out the work. If necessary, seek collaboration with other employees (students) and ask your team leader (the lecturer) questions. You receive feedback about the quality of your work (end-of-day test) every day, but you also receive an assessment after every examination period. When you receive your period assessment, the teachers also give a grade for professionalism. How was your participation during the meetings (seminars), how do you work during the practicum.