Thursday, 24 November 2016

The Supply Chain

Our second year Administration and Finance class worked on the Supply Chain. Here are some of their final projects:

PABLO SERRANO
Hello, my name is Pablo a student of Administration and Finance, and I am going to present to you my logistics vocabulary work, about the supply chain.


MARI CARMEN LÓPEZ:
The companies must comply with a series of procedures to offer the end consumer, not only the service or the finished product, but the satisfaction that they want to obtain. The demand of the clientele is becoming more demanding, however, different companies are intertwined with each other, through a complex logistical process, in order to get consumers to have everything they need at their fingertips.


In order for the Supplier Customer relationship to be satisfactory and efficient, one must have a good logistics management and always keep in mind that each link that makes up the supply chain is unique and if one fails the others will be affected.

To make it more visual, I present my infographic that shows each part of the chain and its main functions.

Thursday, 17 November 2016

The EP Javeriana presents Business is fun

Today we are presenting our Programme Business is fun in the III Congreso internacional sobre Educación Bilingüe en un mundo globalizado. DEL CONOCIMIENTO A LA PRÁCTICA. Universidad Alcalá de Henares e Instituto Franklin.  Would you like to participate in our Workshop? 


Sunday, 23 October 2016

BEDA BEST PRACTICES FORUM: CONCLUSION

A great experience!! I really loved presenting “Business is fun” to English teachers. It was so great having the opportunity to launch the challenge and see all the teachers working on it in English. I have to say they did a great job generating ideas on a Saturday morning J. What they liked most: adapting the materials, the patent form, entrepreuning in English, and using storyboardthat.

In the end we agreed: Business is fun!


Thank you BEDA for the opportunity!!! For more information click to see the Twitter momento

Sunday, 16 October 2016

Friday, 7 October 2016

Hello Escuela Profesional Javeriana


My name is Cooper Wilson. I am the new conversation assistant. I am 27 years old.  Currently, I am studying for a master's degree in teaching English and Spanish at New York University in Madrid.  I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.  My family has lived there since the 1860s (which is a long time for the US).  Michigan is a state that looks like a hand in the north of the US.  I lived in Spain in 2011-2012 and I am very excited to be back. In college, I studied Spanish and Japanese.  In the past, I have worked as a Spanish-English medical interpreter, a paralegal, and many jobs related to education. I am a proud uncle with a two-year old nephew.  I’m interested in teaching languages for professional application, so I am really excited to work at a professional school!  Outside of work, I like theater, love to cook (because I love eat), and like dancing. I’m looking forward to getting to know all the faculty, staff, and students of the Escuela Profesional Javeriana!

Friday, 30 September 2016

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

European Day of Languages

26 September is the European Day of Languages. The Escuela Profesional Javeriana celebrates it by taking this quiz. Do you want to try?

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

HAPPY SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017

Welcome to the Escuela Profesional Javeriana!!
We have a lot of new projects for this School Year. 
Would you like to participate?

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

*************************BRILLIANT IDEAS***************************

Our Administration Assistants had Brilliant Ideas and patented them. They are launching their new products… Would you like to find out about them?


Wiper glasses

"The wiper glasses are made of plastic and steel. They have a unique design. It comes in three colours (White, Brown and Black). It costs from 39.99€. For people come on the 1 week they have 15% of discount.



This is our commercial story board:


We learned to work in group with limit time and have a nice project. It´s been a challenge for us and we achieved the challenge.”



Smart suitcase

"This was an interesting project, we think that the people need a smartsuitcase in their trips.

The suitcase has a GPS, you can charge your mobile phone, you can listen music and many more things.


We have enjoyed it, we are happy with our group, we have learnt work in team and it flowed out.

Would you like to watch our commercial?"




MBS (Modern Blind Stick)

"This product is for blind or blind-deaf people.
It has a GPS incorporated, that help you walk soundly.
You can use the vibration mode if it's more helpful.
It's made of silicone and metal.

We learned that if we have not too much time, working in group is much better because we have more ideas and we are more efficient.
We’re happy working on our product because it could be helpful to handicapped people giving them independence."


Monday, 30 May 2016

Apps for Good - KEEP TRAINING!

Juanma López Iturriaga concluded: For the ones who won, “keep training”, and for the ones who didn’t win “keep training”.


But in the end WE ALL WON! It was such an incredible experience being there, in the Fundación Endesa Apps for Good Festival, that we all felt that was our price.

Our three finalist Apps: Healthy Scan, Recarga ya and Simple Life were presented in the Market Place and two of the groups had the opportunity to do the elevator pitch. All the three groups made a great job presenting the apps to all the authorities and potential investors and were really professional and communicative. WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU!!
CONGRATULATIONS!!


Would you like to watch our video to see all the process? And never forget: KEEP TRAINING!!

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Escuela Profesional Javeriana in the III JORNADA FP ECM

The Escuela Profesional Javeriana was invited to participate in the III Jornada FP ECM  to present our Bilingual Project in vocational training. Thank you for this opportunity Escuelas Católicas Madrid!

It was a great experience were we could share our project: the implementation of the European Programmes in our School, the adaptation of the BEDA Programme to Vocational Training and our innovation programmes: Apps for Good and Business is fun.

Do you want to learn more? Watch our video then!

Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Erasmus + 2016

Why do your internship abroad?
Because…
      you’ll gain international working experience
       you’ll improve your language level and your CV
       You’ll learn about the working culture in other countries
       you’ll discover new techniques and methods

There are 3 students doing their internships abroad this year

  Two of our students are in Tallin (Estonia):

Ø  Sandra is doing her internship in Tourist Guide, Information and Assistance.

Ø  Miguel, in Administration and Finances.



  Raquel, a Tourist Guide student is in Dublin (Ireland), doing Guided Visits in a company. 




Selection Criteria

  Turn in the required documents before the due date.
  Reference letter from the educative team of your “Ciclo”.
  Academic record.
  Prueba oral de idioma extranjero.


Are you interested in participating in the next Erasmus + Program?
Come to the informative session on: MONDAY 25TH at 14.15 in Room7


If you would like to apply for the next Erasmus Scholarship for the year 
2016-17 remember to bring your documents:
  • An English CV.
  • A Cover Letter in English (explaining your motivations to participate in the Erasmus Program.
  • An income tax certificate.


Remember to bring these documents before May 9th, 11.30 am, to the Reception!!!

If you are selected you will be appointed for an interview with us. The selected candidates will find 
their results on this blog.

For any other questions, please don´t hesitate to contact Juncal or Celia or write them to:

erasmus@javerianaselearning.com 

Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Apps for Good 2016

We are very happy to launch Apps for Good in Administration and Finance and International Trade. We really think it will be a great opportunity to work together on an innovative Project.
Six teams generating ideas to help our society to solve everyday problems. Exciting, isn’t it?

Friday, 19 February 2016

Eurobecas Montemadrid 2016



Four of our students in the @EPJaveriana were awarded with a #Eurobeca last year: Miguel and Sara went to Dublin to do an Internship in the summer and Diego and Andrés received the grant as a complement for their Erasmus internship in Tallin and Istanbul.

Would you like to try this year? Apply for the Eurobecas Caja Madrid now! Deadline: 17 March

Thursday, 4 February 2016

A new flag for Madrid

In the Escuela Profesional Javeriana we decided to redesign the Flag of the City of Madrid with our assistant Claire Magee. We followed the following steps:


1. We wached the video by Roman Mars on TED Talks to find out about the rules of flag design



    2. Following the 5 principles of flag design, each group of students worked on three different possibilities 

    3. They chose the best one to present to the class and explained the symbolism of the design and colours.

    4. Each class voted the best design to show on the English Corner

    Coming soon the winning flag designs for the City of Madrid...


    Monday, 11 January 2016

    Living in London

    Our International Trade graduate Nadia Tachfine is now living in London. Do you want to find out about her experience there? 

    "If you still don't have a clear idea of what to do when you finish your degree you could definitely consider the possibility of coming to London!! It's a city full of opportunities for young people.

    When I finished my studies in International Trade in the Escuela Profesional Javeriana I felt scared to move to London, but I always ended up thinking  that if I didn't like it I always could go back to Spain with a better level of English, so I’d lose nothing! 

    It is true that London is full of Spanish people and this makes it harder to learn English, but you can always socialize with people from other countries and practice with them as London is a multicultural city.

    Something interesting is that you can easily continue your studies at university with your diploma of Técnico Superior in Vocational Training. Our diploma is considered here in UK an HND and you can top up to the second year or even the last year depending on how the universities that you are going to apply consider your application.

    It's a great experience and as I said guys you will lose nothing!

    Nadia"