Learning is a lifelong process. It happens in all areas of life and goes above and beyond all necessary expert knowledge. The job market expects from graduates not only a good standard of knowledge but also a high degree of personal responsibility, creativity, flexibility, media skills and last, but not least, social skills. The main aspect here is a fair, sensitive and appreciative interaction with other people.
We encourage the development of social skills in all age groups through various projects like a yearly charity run, Christmas parcels for children in need and the Cambodia Project, where every year a group of students, accompanied by the boys’ dean, spend a few weeks at their own expenses on the site of an orphanage to do building and renovation work.