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10 must-have student productivity apps

Madrid and Paris

Imagine being an organized, productive, and successful student. Did you know that you can achieve this easily using technology? That's right! The tech revolution never stops, and we want to take advantage of it to help you make your study and learning process easier and more efficient. 

Keys to achieve a job interview

Madrid and Paris

As a student in your final years at university, you may find yourself overwhelmed with thoughts about your future. What will you do after graduation? What kind of job will you get? How will you ace your job interview? These are common questions that every student asks themselves.

Tips to Strengthen Your Negotiation Skills

Madrid and Paris

Having negotiation skills is essential to perform in any field, both professional and personal. You don't need to be a business guru or have your own company to master these tools, because knowing how to manage conflicts and being able to make the right decisions even at critical moments will multiply your potential as a professional. 

How You Can Set Yourself Apart to Work For The Best Global Companies

Madrid and Paris

If you’re thinking about your professional future, starting your career and hitting the job market, or how to choose the right path to achieve your goals, you’re in the right place. 

Changing Education to Teach New Generations

Madrid and Paris

The only constant in life is change". Heraclitus said this over 2,500 years ago, and today, given the dizzying pace at which society, technology, digitalization, and innovation are advancing, this statement remains a resounding truth. A reality that implies the emergence of constant challenges (economic, cultural, political, or environmental) that we must be able to face as a society, and be able to adapt to them. 

Diversity and inclusion: key priorities for success

Madrid and Paris

n recent years, society has evolved positively, and diversity and inclusion in work environments have ceased to be a mere trend to become imperative in the business policies of any organization.

Educating for the skills of the future

Madrid and Paris

We are witnessing many significant changes on a global scale in all contexts: social, cultural, climatic, technological, etc. And, as educational institutions, universities have a great responsibility to prepare our young people for the future, to offer them the necessary tools to face the difficulties of the current labor market, to be able to adapt to the changes that are to come, and to be able to find effective solutions to global problems.

Global Employability Path, a new project to boost students’ professional future

Madrid and Paris

Schiller International University, has launched its extracurricular program to train students in the skills most in demand in the workplace. Through the Global Employability Path, students will be able to participate in real business challenges, simulations, workshops and volunteer activities, all focused on developing the critical competencies most in demand in the real professional world, as well as access a catalog of courses that Schiller has built in collaboration with IBM. 

Schiller to be the academic partner of the San Patricio Foundation

Madrid

Schiller International University, has launched its extracurricular program to train students in the skills most in demand in the workplace. Through the Global Employability Path, students will be able to participate in real business challenges, simulations, workshops and volunteer activities, all focused on developing the critical competencies most in demand in the real professional world, as well as access a catalog of courses that Schiller has built in collaboration with IBM.