Partnerships – Creating and
Further Developing Networks
Collaborative ventures and partnerships for mutual benefit are an integral part of PFH's orientation. The constant expansion of partnerships with universities, with secondary schools and with numerous other educational institutions ensures, ideally, that know-how is exchanged in both directions.
Partnerships with business companies have been an integral part of the development of PFH ever since it was founded. The focus here is on expansion of the network and on both parties' maximisation of the potential of these collaborative partnerships.
Collaborative partnerships with other universities enable joint research projects, support the permeability of available courses for students of the respective other university and pave the way for PFH graduates to undertake doctoral projects at the respective partner university.
Through international university partnerships, PFH creates the structures for student exchanges and academic qualifications in the respective other country.
The University has been able to enlist more than 50 partner schools for collaborative ventures over the past few years. Their pupils and teachers regularly attend PFH events or are visited by PFH professors and employees.
The collaborative partnerships in respect of distance-learning courses with numerous vocational colleges and other educational institutions frequently enable students to have their qualifications recognised as prerequisites for the distance-learning study programme in Business Administration.
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