The search for employment in the current era of Industry 4.0 which entails a global transformation, is not easy. Are you ready for that? Are you able to successfully promote yourself?

Marconi University, partner of the European Project EPBE “European Personal Branding for Employment” (Erasmus+), is glad to offer to its students the chance to learn techniques of Personal Branding and Job Hunting 4.0, by accessing, for free, to the MOOC online courses (available in English) at the following links:

The courses will allow you to learn how to successfully promote yourself and how to use Internet and social media for job searching. Do not miss this opportunity!

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Prospective Educational Cooperation between Marconi University and GE Oil & GasOn 19th April 2017 a delegation from Marconi University visited the General Electric Nuovo Pignone Plant located in Florence, in the centre of Italy. The meeting was organized in the framework of an already established collaboration in the field of research between the two parties.

On that occasion, the discussion focused on the opportunity to jointly design specific educational paths able to respond to the request of new competencies arising from the ongoing industry digitalization process. The use of the new enabling technologies linked to the Industry 4.0 phenomenon is indeed revolutionizing the work organization and the set of skills required in the firms and both universities and enterprises have to increasingly cooperate to cope with the new transformations.

The picture shows the Marconi University delegation composed by Prof. Matteo Martini, Prof. Gabriele Arcidiacono, Dr. Arturo Lavalle and Prof. Lorenzo Scappaticci together with GE Oil & Gas TMS Manufacturing Programs, P&E & Rooftop Leader, Eng. Francesco Graziano.

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beehive 14 febOn February 14-17 the kick-off meeting of the new European project BEEHIVE “Building Entrepreneurial Ecosystems to Enhance Higher Education Value-Added for Better Graduate Employability” took place in Varna (Bulgaria). The meeting was hosted by the project coordinator Varna University of Management.

During the meeting project, the coordinator introduced the partnership, the project’s activities and the schedule. In particular, the partners discussed the necessary actions to move towards the Entrepreneurial University, the features of the University of the Future, the Entrepreneurial University Concept, the next activities to draw up the National Benchmarking Reports.

All the Project partners, in particular, Varna University of Management (Bulgaria), Mapua Institute of Technology (Philippines), Saint Louis University (Philippines), Saint Louis University (Philippines), IdeaSpace Foundation (Philippines), BINUS University (Indonesia), University of Indonesia (Indonesia), Reykjavik University (Iceland), WestBIC (Ireland), University of Thessaly (Greece) and Guglielmo  Marconi University successfully joined the meeting and appreciated the collaboration and the shared commitment.

 

Breakfast 14 FEBBRAIO 2017Guglielmo Marconi University had the pleasure to host a prestigious round table and illustrious audience at the Executive Breakfast on February 14. The goal of the discussion was to highlightthe most important issues concerning the topic of the breakfast: “Future of the European Union: Dissolution, Survival or Refoundation”. Among the speakers we would like to mention Mr. Lucio Caracciolo, Executive Director of LIMES, and Mr. Fabrizio Bucci, Deputy Director General/Principal Director for European Integration.

Kick off meeting of BRIGHTS project

Guglielmo Marconi University took part in the kickoff meeting of BRIGHTS Boosting Global Citizenship Education using digital storytelling, held in Brussels on January 19 and 20, 2017. Its aim is to promote the Global Citizenship Education (GCE) in formal and non-formal Educational contexts with the support of digital storytelling techniques. The two-year project, coordinated by TELECENTRE-EUROPE ASIBL, is funded under the Erasmus+ Programme - Key Action 3: Support for policy reform Social inclusion through education, training and youth. During the meeting, all partner organizations introduced their institutions and core missions, discussed and scheduled their future activities such as the work package on Best Practices and Training Need Analysis and the next Training Kit & Adaptation or GCE Online Community.

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