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Studium bez hranic III
Start date: 01 Jun 2016, End date: 31 May 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The project "Studying without borders III" is submitted by the Business School, Secondary Special School for Librarians and Further Education College Brno. The project will be implemented in cooperation with its partner ADC College from London. The presenter is an educational institution established by the South-Moravian region which realizes educational programmes in the area of secondary and tertiary education (it means further education colleges in case of tertiary education).The target group of the project are students of the 2nd and 3rd form of the business academy and business lyceum. They have acquired both sufficient professional knowledge (economics, languages, IT) and communication and managerial skills. The students will attend 2 weeks of practice in London in economic and business workplaces (in two terms, 15 students participating in each term, the 1st term in autumn 2016, the 2nd term in spring 2017). Students, mentored by the company representatives, will be working actively at these workplaces. They will learn to present their work adequately to their mentors, colleagues or customers, which will contribute to the development of their soft-skills. Students will broaden their English professional terminology. New working methods and experience gained in the foreign language environment will be exerted in the Czech Republic during students´ further studies, practice and their involvement in the working process.The aims of the project:• increase of students´ knowledge and practical skills in the above mentioned fields of study• improvement of language skills, development of students´communicative, social and personal competences• improvement of the quality of skills in the profession, using new approaches, development of informational competences• verification of the unit of learning outcomes "Bussiness Correspondence and Working with the Client Database" in the ECVET frame• competitive advantage at the labour market• knowledge of life and traditions of the visited country• using innovative methods from the visited country and their dissemination during further studies and practice of studentsDissemination:• final report and evaluation (for the recieving partner, Department of Education of the Regional Authority, Chamber of Commerce, National Agency)• brochure for students intending to participate in a similar mobility project• school conference for students and teachers from various fields of study• conference for teachers, school management and staff participating in projects• presentation during meetings of teachers and coordinators of students work placements• report and publicizing through the school internet site, parent-teacher meetings, Doors Open Day, Fair of Secondary Schools• public seminar for teachers of other secondary business schools and for project writers from schools in different fields of studyAll above mentioned ways of dissemination ensure the target groups will exploit the gained experience and innovation in their own practice or projects. The outcomes of the project and their impact on target groups (students and teachers both from our school and schools in different fields of study, school management, coordinators of students work placements, project writers from other schools, Department of Education of the Regional Authority) will ensure the long-term impact of the project.
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