Meeting for Students with Assoc. Prof. Emil Helienek, International Coordinator for The Joint Master`s Degree Programme in European Business and Finance

Tuesday, 18 July 2017 13:15

At the university it was held a meeting for students with Assoc. Prof. Emil Helienek, International Coordinator for the Joint Master`s Degree Programme in European Business and Finance between the UNWE and Nottingham Trent University, UK as well as with Eva Helienek, International Partnerships Manager at the Nottingham Trent Business School. At the meeting attended also Chief Assist. Dr. Diana Miteva from the Finance Department, Director and Coordinator of the Programme.

Assoc. Prof. Helienek, Eva Helienek and Dr. Miteva (from the left to the right)

Assoc. Prof. Helienek explained to students some details about the Master`s Degree Programme which prepares successful managers for the European business environment. He specified that in the Programme are studied financial and business topics at operational and strategical level and the graduates obtain double diploma – from the UNWE and Nottingham Trent University.

During the meeting

In her presentation Eva Helienek examined the education at the Nottingham Trent Business School – one of the largest Faculties of the British university. According to the survey of undergraduates made by the leading London magazine Times Higher Education (THE) it is classified as the Business School of the Year. The Faculty works in a partnership with 600 companies and provides competitive education. The diploma from the Nottingham Trent University is an additional advantage for students applying for a job not only in Europe but all over the world.

Assoc. Prof. Emil Helienek

Two years ago the Business School incorporated the so called Dashboard system – an information panel which indicates the attendance of students at lectures through an electronic card. Another innovation in the education is the so called Thinkubator – one month of classes in November led by representatives of various partnership companies which give the students the opportunity to be consultants on real business cases and to give ideas for their solvation. The best students are offered a job at the companies. The Business School has also a Career Center consulting the students about their future professional development and they succeed to find a job within six months after their graduation.  

Eva Helienek

The guests assured the students that the Nottingham Trent University provides full support to students during their stay in the UK including various options for accommodation and active social life in the city which has the largest number of students.

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