In addition to using in-room business simulation games, PUCPR organizes an annual event that involves students from the institution and community membersRead More
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More than 5 thousand students from 100 institutions participated in the ninth edition of Rush Hour, a simulation-based competition held in China. The finals took place at the Capital University of Economics and Business, in Beijing, between 17th and 19th of March. Check the best moments of the awards ceremony in the photo gallery bellow.Read More
Following an exceptional year of Cesim's 20th anniversary celebration, we have arrived at 2017 — the 100th year since Finland became independent. As an education technology company with a Finnish soul, we would like to have an extraordinary celebration dedicated to our motherland together with the global education community. Whether you are a Cesim user or not, any educational professional is very welcome to join us.
Telekom Austria Group, the leading communications provider in Central and Eastern Europe, today takes care for more than 24 million customers across its 8 markets of operations, and has more than 17,000 employees. Telekom Austria Group's portfolio encompasses products and services of voice telephony, broadband Internet, multimedia services, data and IT solutions, wholesale as well as payment solutions.
Are business simulations only meant for business students? Apart from our many business school participants, Cesim simulations are also very popular among science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) educational organizations and corporations that aspire to solve the STEM education challenges by enhancing the learning experience and outcomes of their students or employees. Wonder why these institutions choose business simulations as a teaching tool? Read on to find out the simulation experience sharing of two STEM educators from Finland and France.
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Hello educators, the new academic year is fast approaching. Are you thinking about incorporating business simulation games into your courses or training? Whether you are a new or experienced simulation user, we understand that you must be looking for the best strategies to ensure the smooth integration of the simulation and hopefully to achieve the maximum teaching and learning benefits. We want to help and contribute to the improvement of education quality and effectiveness, so we are reviewing some of the effective business simulator games teaching strategies in this month's blog post.
Just like some of the Cesim business simulation games experts and staff, Manisha Kumari, Curriculum Developer at Aston University, discovered her enthusiasm for business simulations back in her student years. With previous first hand student experience in business simulations, Manisha took on the role to redesign the Business Game Module at Aston Business School. Let's find out how she revamped the module with an employability focus to boost the job placement rate of Aston Business School students.
Let’s face it, while the format of higher education hasn’t changed significantly since the industrial revolution, what students expect from your class definitely has. The 21st century digital learner has more options than ever when it comes to how and when she consumes materials, making this generation of pupils one of the most sophisticated and challenging to teach.Read More