E-banking seminar will put you to the test

TECHNICAL and business university students will have a chance to test their theoretical IT knowledge and real problem-solving skills in the field of e-banking at a seminar organised by international student organisation AIESEC.
AIESEC has run previous successful seminars devoted to topics like e-commerce, customer relations management, and business intelligence.

TECHNICAL and business university students will have a chance to test their theoretical IT knowledge and real problem-solving skills in the field of e-banking at a seminar organised by international student organisation AIESEC.

AIESEC has run previous successful seminars devoted to topics like e-commerce, customer relations management, and business intelligence.

"The initial aim [of the seminars] was to improve the knowledge of students leaving for internships abroad through AIESEC and thus offer them a detailed picture of real practices in renowned IT firms," said Peter Plocháň, the president of the organisation's IT seminar 2003 team.

The e-banking seminar will consist of lectures by IT companies and workshops enabling students to solve real case studies reflecting the everyday practice and needed technological and professional know-how at Slovak and foreign IT firms.

Lectures by the participating firms will concern up-to-date technologies and processes and should help students solve the case studies in workshops coordinated by participating firms.

Participants will thus be able to examine their organisational, presentation, communication, and teamwork skills as they present their solutions in front of officials and representatives of the firms. The most successful participants may be recruited to the teams of renowned IT firms.

The e-banking seminar will be held in Modra - Harmónia, near Bratislava on April 22 to 25. The number of participants is limited.

For more information see www.itseminar2004.sk.

General partners of the project: Accenture

Main partners:

Paroplynový cyklus (PPC), Partners: KPMG, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Siemens, SAS

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