Would you like to specialise in a specific topic and enhance your learning experience? Together with fellow students and professionals you can dive deeper into a topic that has your personal interest or passion and gain more insights and relevant skills.
Who: students from all FEB study programmes and all levels (BSc, Pre-MSc, MSc, Exchange, PhD)
When: September 2017 - January 2018 (not including exam weeks)
Where: FEB project rooms (t.b.a.)
Time investment: approximately 2-4 hours a week
Elisa Labbas worked at the case of the nickel mine in Papua New Guinea for a Leaning Community Social Impact Assessment:
'The topic we studied was closely related to what I have been learning. Making a case study was new to me. It was very concrete, very interesting to see all this footage and dive into it.'
For questions, don't hesitate to e-mail Marjan van Ittersum via firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about FEB Learning Communities and application, please check the website.
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