Management structures, communication and collaboration techniques when working
in diverse groups, conflict management, product concept development, industry
methods and practices, as well as insights into areas of responsibility and the everyday
professional life of an animal breeder. Students experience a specialized animal
breeding working environment outside of a university setting.
Placement in non-university setting approx.4 weeks
Learning outcome, core skills:
Students acquire professional and social skills to successfully execute a team project
in complex international animal breeding business conditions. Students gather, select,
and analyze information and integrate it into a viable R&D proposition, aimed at value
creation. Students attain the ability to systematically evaluate information following a
systematic structure, as well as take complexity (such as cultural and social awareness)
into account during decision making. Furthermore, students practice professional
behavior and habitus in a competitive international environment. They are able to
discuss and defend their viewpoints and conclusions in a professional and academically
correct way before industry representatives.
Practical work in non-university animal breeding field. Regular attendance during the
Reflection on learning outcomes and personal experiences, as well as problem-solving
capabilities and working in a diverse group outside of a university setting.