By purposefully fostering academic excellence in Master’s degree courses, the staff at the School of Business and Economics make the most of the opportunities afforded by the Bologna Process. Teacher-centred instruction has been replaced by a large number of learner-centred case studies and seminars. Classes are often organised as part of a project, and talks are given by top-class guest speakers from the worlds of business, politics and administration. All this serves to establish close links between Master’s programmes and the practicalities of life beyond the confines of academe. It goes without saying that there are lectures and seminars in English, including some held by visiting professors from foreign universities. The school takes account of the growing trend towards internationalisation by organising exchange programmes with top-ranking foreign universities.
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