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Take a look behind the scenes and learn more about the Business Information Technology degree program at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
A glance at the 2019 International Project Experience: students of the Bachelor in Business Information Technology program spent six weeks in Silicon Valley.
Miro Salem, founder and CEO of 3TEN8, talks about his experience with the participants of the 2019 International Project Experience.
Dhruv Manchala, co-founder and CEO of Neb, talks about how he experienced the collaboration within the 2019 International Project Experience.
The students summarized their impressions and experiences during their six-week visit of Silicon Valley in a short video.
A glimpse into the students' day-to-day during the International Project Experience.
Two students talk about how life in Silicon Valley is different from their lives in Switzerland.
Accomodation, flight, visa and project work: students prepare for the International Project Experience.
Business Information Technology students travel to Silicon Valley for six weeks. A project page offers an insight into their activities in the US.
The student project group far exceeded the expectations of Jim Skinner, Staff Technical Program Manager. Twitter is very satisfied with the result. More feedback in the video.
Lukas Peter, Cloud Lab & Head of Outpost Service, is impressed with the new website developed by the students. He is looking forward to the next project in 2018.
At MobileIron, “machine learning” was a key element of further development. Ojas Rege, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer, has learned a great deal about it thanks to the successful project developed by the students. He would like to participate again in 2018 with another project.
Gregor Wicki, Head Business Applications at Glencore, explains which tasks he handles together with his team and how the Business Information Technology degree program helps him in his day-to-day work.
How do elite-level sportspeople manage to complete their degree program? Christian Klauenbösch, a student in Business Information Technology and member of the Olympic shooting squad, offers some tips.