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Why e-books (don’t) work – Symposium on 29 November 2012

What is an e-book? How does it work, has it a future and if so, why?
The­se and other ques­ti­ons will be dis­cus­sed at the e-book sym­po­si­um at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Graz.
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Experiential Learning – Teaching Day 2012

On 20 Novem­ber FH JOANNEUM will hold its 5th Tea­ching Day, again pro­vi­ding par­ti­ci­pants with the oppor­tu­ni­ty to meet and talk about inno­va­ti­ve methods of tea­ching and didac­tic con­cepts.

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Testimonial: Katharina Rajovic (FH CAMPUS 02)

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Katha­ri­na Rajo­vic has com­ple­ted the under­gra­dua­te pro­gram „ Auto­ma­ti­on Tech­no­lo­gy “ at FH CAMPUS 02.

Why have you studied „Automation Technology“?

The extra-occupa­tio­nal stu­dy pro­gram „Auto­ma­ti­on Tech­no­lo­gy“ is very diver­si­fied. It con­ta­ins topics of elec­tro­nic engi­nee­ring, com­pu­ta­tio­nal stu­dies as well as sys­tems engi­nee­ring. The pro­gram is com­ple­ted with the inter­ces­si­on of eco­no­mic under­stan­ding as well as soft skills – so you can enjoy a very exten­si­ve edu­ca­ti­on. In addi­ti­on, an extra-occupa­tio­nal stu­dy pro­gram offers the oppor­tu­ni­ty to app­ly recent­ly lear­ned things in pro­fes­sio­nal life.

How did you learn about your studies?

After having finis­hed my edu­ca­ti­on at a Hig­her Tech­ni­cal Insti­tu­te, it was clear to me that I want to stu­dy at uni­ver­si­ty. My pre­vious edu­ca­ti­on was focu­sed on elec­tro­nic engi­nee­ring and com­pu­ter engi­nee­ring. Becau­se I am natu­ral­ly some­bo­dy who takes a look bey­ond one’s own nose and I sear­ched for a stu­dy pro­gram which would deepen my know­ledge and open new realms. „Auto­ma­ti­on Tech­no­lo­gy“ for­med a gre­at frame­work for my needs.

What did you especially like about your studies?

The con­cur­rence of the sub­jects of elec­tro­nic engi­nee­ring, com­pu­ter engi­nee­ring as well as sys­tems engi­nee­ring give this stu­dy pro­gram its very own charm and mult­idi­sci­pli­na­ry.

Why was your university special?

Becau­se of the small clas­ses, the uni­ver­si­ty of app­lied sci­en­ces CAMPUS 02 offers very per­so­nal con­tact bet­ween stu­dents and lec­tu­rers. The class grows into a com­mu­ni­ty over the cour­se of time and we sup­port each other. This fami­li­al atmo­s­phe­re is also sup­por­ted by lec­tu­rers and the other per­son­nel at the uni­ver­si­ty.

Who should study „Automation Technology”?

Auto­ma­ti­on Tech­no­lo­gy„ is the right field of stu­dy for all peop­le who do not want to tie oneself down on one sub­ject. Elec­tro­nic engi­nee­ring, com­pu­ter engi­nee­ring as well as sys­tems engi­nee­ring offer the ide­al basis for a job wit­hin a mult­idi­sci­pli­na­ry field.

Have you alre­ady taken classes/courses at other Styrian uni­ver­si­ties or participated in collaborative projects?

Wit­hin the frame­work of dif­fe­rent lec­tures, we had the oppor­tu­ni­ty to visit lec­tures given by pro­fes­sors from the Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­si­ty Graz.

Why are so many young people drawn to Styria for their studies? What is so special about this uni­ver­sity location?

Sty­ria offers a gre­at varie­ty of uni­ver­si­ties and uni­ver­si­ties op app­lied sci­en­ces for a sin­gle regi­on. The offer of free time activi­ties in the city as well as in natu­re is uni­que. Fol­lo­wing the mot­to „not to small, but not to too big“ the­re is a homey atmo­s­phe­re in Graz. The open-min­ded­ness of the Sty­ri­an peop­le cau­ses lots of stu­dents to stay in Graz after finis­hing their stu­dies.

 

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