DAAD Summer School 2018 – Human Resource Management: Challenges of Industry 4.0
The summer school is organized as a 14-day on-campus intensive course. The course is structured around the following question: How does the latest technological shift called Industry 4.0 affect Human Resource Management? This question is tackled from different perspectives and employs a variety of teaching and learning approaches. Lectures are complemented by discussion rounds with HRM experts from companies, by student presentations, self-learning phases, and visits to companies. The places that are planned to be visited are Carl Zeiss Jena, the German Parliament in Berlin and the city of Leipzig. The courses and extra-curricular culturerelated activities will allow participants to interact closely with students from Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. Participants can also obtain information about studying opportunities in Germany.
The location of the summer school is at the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences (www.hsanhalt.com) near the city of Bernburg, Germany. Anhalt University has three locations (Köthen, Dessau and Bernburg). The summer school will take place at Bernburg, Strenzfeld Campus which is located between Magdeburg (25 km) and Halle/Leipzig (60 km).