The Organization and Management program immerses you in a refreshing bath of communication, languages, marketing, management and digital applications. Each of the specializations and trajectories opens the door to a wide range of practical skills and makes you an expert in your chosen field of expertise. Do you opt for Event & Project Management or do you prefer Business & Languages? With this last specialization you can choose from two tracks: International Relations and Human Resources. Either way, you become someone organizations can rely on. A multi-deployable force that also keeps its head above water in crisis situations, sets priorities and takes responsibility.
With your interest in languages, you are eager to make intercultural contacts in the business world. In addition, you tackle problems quickly and efficiently and you search creatively for solutions. Connecting communication allows you to build good relationships with stakeholders, improve the functioning of your organization and switch smoothly between different languages and cultures.
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Not without these tips during a car holiday!
Is the summer vacation far away? There is no doubt that July is sooner than you think. In addition, your holiday usually has to be arranged months in advance. Air travel is the longest reservation, but car holidays also require preparation. To help you on your way – and to answer your current questions – we give you the best tips to make your car trip a complete success.
Preparing your car for the long drive
Before a family car is filled with suitcases, beach towels and snacks during the trip, the car should be thoroughly inspected. Check fluid level, rear view mirror adjustment and tire pressure. A flat tire on the highway – every driver’s nightmare – happens quickly and is almost always the result of low tire pressure. It is best to take tire wear seriously.
Important note when loading: place the heaviest objects as low on the ground as possible to stabilize your car on the track. Keep loose objects to a minimum. During the ride, place as few items as possible on the seat, dashboard and parcel shelf.
Safe – and alert! – behind the wheel