For more than twenty years the Euregio University College has been concentrating on “adaptive further education.” The first steps in further education were taken in the former German Democratic Republic (GDR) after the re-unification of East- and West Germany. Economists and army officers from GDR-Universities were made acquaintant with the western economic and market orientated situations in seminars each lasting one thousand hours.

These seminars were run on behalf of the Government of Germany. The academics, trained in several seminars, were successfully placed in the newly structured administration as well as in other governmental institutions. Doctoral candidates were similarly trained in Stettin (Poland). They were trained for the purpose of helping to establish a stock exchange in Warsaw.

For such purposes the Euregio-organisation may draw on a pool of academics from numerous countries.The training has become publicly known under the name of “Delta-education” (i.e. for “things that may be changed”.) The reasons for this educational variant can be explained through the fact that whole programmes of study are very time consuming and unnecessary as the participants have already studied their sciences in their home country.

  • Die Euregio-Hochschule widmet sich der Fortbildung von Mitarbeitern in Unternehmen.
  • Die berufsbegleitenden Studien finden unter Mitwirkung der Unternehmen statt, wobei das Unternehmen in inhaltlicher und personeller Hinsicht die Seminare etwa zur Hälfte selbst gestaltet, um die Authentizität von beruflicher Bildung zu gewährleisten.
  • Die Hochschule übernimmt mit ihren Lehrkräften den anderen Teil der inhouse-Schulungen, der durch wesentliche neue ökonomische Erkenntnisse des Berufes und neue Rechtsvorschriften nationaler und internationaler Art geprägt ist.
  • Für den Hochschulpart wie für das Unternehmen gilt dabei das Prinzip der Delta-Ausbildung, das heißt, nur neues und aktuelles Wissen wird vermittelt. Vorhandenes Wissen wird nach angelsächsischem Muster für die zu erlangenden Abschlüsse evaluiert.

Wissenschaftlicher Beirat, Nov. 2012