KJUBIC provides a collaborative, interdisciplinary environment for students who would like to learn to design and lead innovation processes and are interested in thinking and working creatively. The programs are organized in collaboration with external companies and organizations. By participating, students expand their network and test their skills in practice.
Our mentoring system combines personal meetings and works in the real space as well as in cyberspace with the method of problem solving, teamwork and negotiations. In the real space, we provide personal services such as meeting mentors, personal help, practicing face-to-face presentations and organizing group training. However, because we also want to practice working in cyberspace and entrepreneurial tasks, it is also necessary to adapt to the conditions of the 21st century, most of the methods are applied by creating a virtual socio-economic space.
What makes KJUBIC unique is the framework for all KJUBIC activities:
This framework is provided by a virtual country called KJUNIA, where each student has a role to play. Thanks to these precisely developed roles, students can master both individual and teamwork in a gamified environment and practice. Read more
The basic rules of the virtual country are based on the laws and rules of the European Union and the member states of the European Economic Area. This guarantees that the knowledge gained during gamification exercises will stand its ground within the real framework.
During the program, students can choose a path according to their discipline, plans, desires, and abilities. This not only allows them to get personalized internships, but also help them to avoid starting a potentially bad business or choosing a wrong career path. In the virtual country, the mentors are constantly generating situations that develop individual and group skills that can be used in real life.
In addition to the gamified practical content, we organize programs and Q&A sessions where students can meet senior officials, diplomats, successful entrepreneurs, marketing, and IT professionals, ask questions, exchange experiences, and thus develop their contact capital.