ZILINA, Slovakia, July 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- JONCKERS has announced the opening of its Central European Global Business and Language Center in partnership with the University of Zilina, Slovakia. This extends JONCKERS Global Business Excellence program with Universities and other institutions of higher education around the world.
Students come from all over the world and count on the University to prepare them for their chosen industry. University students will have the opportunity to work with JONCKERS at the Global Business and Language Center and in other JONCKERS centers around the world. JONCKERS will move to new premises within the University campus able to house JONCKERS full-time employees, subject matter experts and other specialists.
"We focus on creating strong relationships with key organizations. In the same way our particle physicist students' work with CERN, our international business and language students will work with JONCKERS," said Dr. Ing. Branislav Hadzima, PhD, the director of the University of the Zilina Research Centre. "JONCKERS gives us a strong commercial partner for future spin-off and start-ups as well as for global expansion of products generated by research activities throughout the University."
"We are looking forward to working closely with the University," said Peter Smith, JONCKERS Chief Executive Officer. "As a growing global business we are always looking for management talent through our internship program and by offering career opportunities to graduates. Our internship program will allow us to share the mind-set as well as imprint global business ethics and work attitudes."
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About University of Zilina
University of Zilina has a burning ambition to continue in dynamic growth, to provide high quality education, to educate well-prepared and demanding graduates, to develop international cooperation both in science and education; however, its major aim it primarily to provide space and opportunities for the young generation to discover new and broaden their horizons, to learn how to cooperate, communicate and respect each other.