The Senate of Alma Mater, lead by prof. dr. Ludvik Toplak, hosted the President of the Slovene Chamber of Craft and Commerce, Mr. Branko Meh.
Mr. Meh participated at the discussion on the relevance of the tertiary education study programmes. “The highest among the principles of the Bologna educational process is employability, which means that graduates of the 1st cycle obtain knowledge to work. We therefore need to increase the share of the practical training in the clinic, laboratory or technical workshops” said prof. dr. Ludvik Toplak, president of Alma Mater Europaea – ECM. An initiative was made to develop a joint program council with strategic partners, which would be a special consultative working body on the relevance, rationalization and quality of education for the real needs of the economy, institutions of social standard and family business. The implementation of the program would also include competent experts and professionals.