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Spbpu Implements Self-development Module In Spring Semester

Spbpu Implements Self-development Module In Spring Semester

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Spbpu Implements Self-development Module In Spring Semester

Peter the Great Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) has provided important information for first-year students on how the self-development module (Soft Skills) will be implemented in the spring semester of the academic year 2021-2022.

For full-time students, the disciplines of the self-development module (Soft Skills) are applied in the 2nd (1st year) and 3rd (2nd year) semesters.

Key Takeaways:

  • SPbPU has released key info to first-year students on how the self-development module will be applied in the spring semester.
  • On the relevant course for the discipline of their choice, training will be offered remotely in a hybrid format that includes lectures and theoretical content.
  • The disciplines of the self-development module (Soft Skills) are applied in the 2nd (1st year) and 3rd (2nd year) semesters for full-time students.

The self-development module (Soft Skills) course description in the Distributed Distance Learning System (DLS) for the second semester opened at the start of the academic year 2021-2022. The third semester will open in May 2022.

Training will be delivered remotely in a hybrid format including lectures and theoretical material on the relevant course for the discipline of their choice.

Practical studies will primarily take place in a face-to-face setting. The current training format will be used until the end of the semester.

Training will take place in specially designed groups for training in the disciplines of the self-development module, rather than in traditional academic groups (Soft Skills).

Students are centrally enrolled in the relevant self-development module (Soft Skills) discipline of their choice, and all courses are accessible through a single account.

The discipline is only offered in a distant format through the National Platform for Open Education, where students can enroll in a suitable online course (NPOE).

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