The Technical College offers students a first-class education that benefits them in the business sector, as well as to postgraduate studies at academic and university levels, both domestic and abroad. Europe has largely become one business sector and young people who are completing their studies want to have the opportunity to work and live around the world, gain a multitude of experiences, learn new customs and practices that then enrich their community.
The Technical College wants to give its students the opportunity to get acquainted with trends and policies abroad, giving them the opportunity to broaden their horizons and gain insight into the thinking and working methods of foreign professionals to provide them with the greatest potential for learning and future work.
The Technical College aims to increase its share in European cooperation, among other things to enable students and employees to visit foreign schools and companies and to pursue studies and internships.
Emphasis will be placed on mutual visits, while giving students and employees the opportunity to attend school visits.
The Technical College also welcomes foreign students and people related to school work.
Actions and Procedures:
The Steering Group on International Affairs shall be employed. The group has an assistant schoolmaster, business and finance director and international representative.
An International Representative works at the school and has the role of assisting students and employees in all matters related to visits abroad.
- Apply funding to secure funds
- Find schools and businesses that are suitable
- Prepare trips, make sure the papers are properly filled and all formalities are met
- Follow-up with beneficiaries, both abroad and back home
The school accommodates students and employees by enabling them to travel during working hours / school hours. Thus, you can visit schools and institutions at their work hours to observe.