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KA4 - Incorporation of management courses into doctoral studies

Successful application of graduate students in practice requires, in addition to high level of expertise, the ability to work or manage the team and general managerial skills and abilities.

Each student completes one course of managerial and team skills during their studies, focusing in particular on time management and management of small and medium-sized teams. Specifically, the students learn to grasp the task, plan the solution, plan their own time efficiently and orient themselves in the priorities of their tasks. They will also learn about decision styles (including analytical approaches) and learn them in practical exercises. Last but not least, students will learn how to lead, motivate, delegate and provide feedback.

Every year, 40 students should attend, totaling 4 courses per 10 persons (standard course sizes offered).