Project description

Simulations are primarily based on the principle of is “learn by doing, learn by working”. Students actively participate in their learning process and are aware that every action has a reaction for which they are responsible. For example, they choose a task and how to execute it, they become the supplier, client or accountant, and experience the autonomy and independence that comes with their role.

This simulation of a real-life working environment allows students to acquire the following skills:

  • Technical: professional experience and knowledge in the field of management and business administration.
  • Multifaceted: organisation, responsibility, initiative, cooperation, interpersonal relations, polyvalence, problem solving and decision making, among others.

These skills allow students to enter into the world of work with a experience and a quality professional offer.

Project objective

To learn to manage the administrative aspects of a business using real-life simulations.

Groups involved
Teaching staff involved
Photos of the SEFED Project
Photos – Practice Enterprises Trade Shows 2012
Photos – Practice Enterprises Trade Shows 2014
Photos – Practice Enterprises Trade Shows 2016
Groups involved

Second-year students from the IVTQ in Administrative Management and second-year students from the AVTQ in Business Administration and Finance

Teaching staff involved

Joan Tarruella, Jaume Morera, María Lahoz

Photos of the SEFED Project

Images from the SEFED Project

Photos – Practice Enterprises Trade Shows 2012
Photos – Practice Enterprises Trade Shows 2014
Photos – Practice Enterprises Trade Shows 2016

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