Arden University has kicked off a new partnership with the Project Management Institute (PMI) with a hybrid in-person and online event at the university’s study centre in Berlin.
The agreement, which will see our School of Project Management work closely with PMI Germany’s Berlin chapter, is a further sign of the university’s commitment to engaging with professional bodies to maximise learning opportunities for students.
Improving the experience for Project Management students, the agreement will encourage knowledge sharing, provide guest lecture opportunities and open doors to volunteering for Arden University students.
It provides a further window into the world of work for the school’s students, who already benefit from professional relationships with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and Association of Project Management (APM).
At the event, Head of the School of Project Management, Serkan Ceylan, said: “It’s very important to us as a school to have these relationships with industry and professional bodies. It enables us to add value to our students and deliver courses which give them the experience they need to excel in the workplace once they graduate.”
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