The development of skills through universitary extension: The case of Global Jr. in the formation of corporative diplomats

Diego Bonaldo Coelho, Raphael Almeida Videira

Abstract


The paper presents the debate over the relevancy of university extension as a source of academic and professional skills development in undergraduate students of International Relations. For the investigation it was used a specific model of extensionist activity, the junior company, through the case study of Global Jr. from ESPM-SP. The results which were observed suggest positive impacts of the enterprise both in education and in employment of the students, corroborating with studies conducted by Terrim et al (2015) and Barbosa et al (2016).  


Keywords


university extension; skills; academic education



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20889/M47e18020

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