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Needs-oriented qualification of academically trained specialists

Always keeping abreast with economy and society, cooperative education at Berufsakademie Sachsen has grown into a model for success and a hallmark for market-oriented and efficient studying in Saxony.

This has been achieved not least through the trusting cooperation with our practice partners, which form an essential part of the cooperative system. They require and promote the recruitment of qualified specialist and are convinced of the benefits of our cooperative and practical degree courses.

Your benefits as a practice partner:

  • In cooperation with us, you can train your young professionals according to your requirements.
     
  • You have an influence on the training profile and can provide ideas for new course contents.
     
  • You can choose your trainees. Thus, required competences and abilities like personality development, capacity for teamwork, motivation, commitment, flexibility, social competency and dedication can be individually considered with regard to the future field of work.
     
  • You can have current operational problems and questions analyzed in a scientific way through Bachelor’s theses.
     
  • Your are regularly invited to events where you can exchange information and experience with other practice partners or the academy.
     
  • You can send your own experts as lecturers to our seminars or to presentations thus playing an active part in the development of course contents.
     
  • You may actively participate in our panels where you can influence the strategic development of Berufsakademie Sachsen.

     

Your benefits

  • early securing and integration of high-performing young professionals
  • in-house assistance of highly-qualified specialists and executives
  • active contribution in the development of offered courses and curricula
  • Your own experts profit from knowledge transfer.
  • Current company-specific topics can be analyzed in degree theses.

What requirements do practice partners have to meet?

  • Practice partners include small and medium-sized or large economic enterprises and institutions or comparable institutions with no business context, in particular independent professions as well as social service institutions.
     
  • Practice partners are expected to meet all professional and personnel requirements necessary to impart defined contents during the practice phases.
     
  • In case not all duties and responsibilities can be covered, practice partners can co-operate with a suitable business partner (collaborative training).
     
  • Students must be supervised by a competent mentor who holds at least the degree pursued by the student.

     

Practical qualification objectives

The practical phases aim to open up the company as a holistic experience.

In compliance with the theoretical course contents, students attain technical and methodological knowledge, skills and capabilities through practical and increasingly independent work. Moreover, they develop structured acting, networked thinking and transfer skills. Our holistic learning concepts enable students to acquire professional, methodical and social competences.

In which degree programs can I qualify young professionals?

Please consult the below list for an overview of the degree programs offered at Berufsakademie Sachsen.

Please select the location, field of study or degree.

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Ilona Scherm

Consultant for knowledge and technology transfer, international affairs and intercultural competence

Location Glauchau

Phone +49 (0)3763/173-135
Fax +49 (0)3763/173-181
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Office ZGS
Room 313

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Studies at Berufsakademie Sachsen are co-funded through tax revenues on the basis of the budget as approved by the Saxon Parliament.