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Virtual Summer School 2016

Do you want to have a multicultural experience and build on your social network? Do you want to experience online learning or to explore new job opportunities? In June 2016 DOBA is organizing the 8th International Virtual Summer School.

The title of the summer school 2016 is »Be smart - be part of smart living.« It will take place from 7th June 2016 till 8th July, online.

The topic of the summer school is smart living and smart cities. Smart people are part of smart living and are in favour of lifelong learning, are flexible, open, multicultural, cooperative and proactive. Our program is thus connected with “smart” so you can choose between free online webinars from renown experts, international experience in the International week or a master’s course Positive Psychology for Modern Business Management.

Programme 2016

Free Webinars

We invite you to join free webinars in our virtual summer school. For listening and active participation you only need an internet connection and headsets with microphone. The webinars start at Central European Time (CET).

International Week Creative Cross Cultural Communication - Get Your First Online Lesson for Free

Seize the opportunity of direct intercultural communication and business networking and join our group of participants from different countries in International week. Active participation in the international week Creative Cross Cultural Communication will enable you to raise your intercultural awareness and gain confidence in intercultural dialogue.

Master’s programme course "Positive Psychology for Modern Business Management"

In modern business, positive psychology is substantially gaining in importance. Positive psychology is an exciting and inspiring new branch of psychology. It builds on the positive in every individual – on their strengths and resources. The objective of positive psychology is to improve the subjective welfare (happiness) and functioning of individuals, organisations and the community and to enable them to flourish.

The course provides students with the opportunity to learn about the trends in positive psychology, to learn about and use mindfulness, to apply positive psychology to their work environment, to recognise their character strengths and to test the learned aspects during teamwork.

Enrolment is open to graduates of  bachelor  programmes (Holders of First Class or Upper Second Class honours degrees where applicable) in relevant study programmes (Economic and Business Sciences, Organisation and Administrative Sciences, Sociology, Law, Political Sciences).

 

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