planet-bpm.com interviews Jörg Axel Bohl, a German physician working in Norway. We wanted to know his motivations, his working conditions and we wanted him to give some advice on how to develop in the best way in this sector.
How many of your students are Europeans? How many of them come from Spain?
A majority of our over 50 currently enrolled students come from Asia and Latin America. Beside German students, our current Europeans come mainly from Central and Eastern Europe. Perhaps a bit exceptionally, at the moment we don’t have anyone from Spain enrolled in the programme. As a small degree programme, our marketing reach is quite limited. Nevertheless, those Spaniards among our alumni are on very successful career tracks!
de Sydney Ramgolam
With unemployment rates so high, it seems idle hands are being put to other uses. Pickpocketing has become a major problem in Madrid as well as other large urban centers. Here are three big tips on how to avoid it happening to you.
A new site for finding a job: jobsallovereurope.com. This modern way to find the right company in the right country in Europe is different from everything on the market. Behind this project are real persons and not just a fancy technology. Planet BPM connecting Europe offers candidates to upload their CV video for free and to contact right away with the companies.