Teaching and Learning

The curricula is constructed to include sufficient hours of theoretical learning and practical work. The aims at offering to the students the opportunity that the knowledge gained during the lectures be implement in case studies and social experiments.
All the obligatory courses have 2 academic hours of lectures and 1 academic hour of exercises, so that two thirds of the curricula include theoretical aspects and the rest is foreseen for exercises
Students of the UBT College, during their third year of studies (in Bachelor studies) will have to engage in an internship. UBT considers internship as a learning experience that gives priorities to the Faculties and the UBT College as a whole, students and companies/institutions.
Advantages to the students: Internship help students gain practical and relevant experience, to acquire new skills, to explore career interests, makes contacts; put the theory into practice and to enhance personal growth.
Advantages to the companies/institutions: Internship helps companies/institutions to evaluate a potential employee’s skills and interests before making a long-term commitment, and – after the internships – to hire experienced individuals who need only little additional training.
The UBT’s rationale: To intensify relations with the world of business, to establish solid networks with the field etc.
Students can attend either paid or unpaid internship but need to conduct at least one month of internship. The internship should be proofed and documented by the student through documents. Internship will be supervised by a Mentor of Bachelor thesis as well as a supervisor in the institution/company, where the student conducts the internship.