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Learning Communities

Learning Communities

Learning Communities constitute an innovative teaching method used within the University of Groningen. They create opportunities for students, lecturers, companies, alumni and other experts to work together on a problem. The focus is on experimenting, exploring, developing knowledge and skills and interaction with society. Learning Communities can take different forms, and the size of the groups, the subject and the duration can vary.

There are several ways that your company can join a Learning Community

There are several ways that your company can join a Learning Community:

  • Share an assignment or problem that students can work on
  • Give a guest lecture or interview
  • Arrange for participants in a Learning Community to visit your company
Learning Communities can help your company by providing

Learning Communities can help your company by providing:

  • Insight into the things that interest students, and the level of their work
  • Concrete advice about a problem or results from an assignment that was set
  • New information from valuable discussions
  • A potential pool of applicants
Examples of topics

Examples of topics:

  • Amalgamations and takeovers in SME
  • The business value of Artificial Intelligence
  • Block chain
  • Sustainability
  • Women in business
  • International business
Companies that have already joined our Learning Communities

Companies that have already joined our Learning Communities:

  • Quintop Consultancy
  • De Nederlandse Bank
  • Menzis
  • Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM)
  • CGI Noord Nederland
  • WTC Leeuwarden
  • Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations

If you are interested in the opportunities for your company, contact Wijnand Aalderink, Director of Career Services and Corporate Relations, without obligation.

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