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Students of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration held a regular meeting of student World Caffe

Students of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration held a regular meeting of student World Caffe
24.12.2016 12:26 All Top news Faculties Sociology

A business game for students of Zaporizhzhya in the framework of World Caffe was held at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration. It was organized by the scientific sector of the faculty under the leadership of Chairman of the Scientific society of students and postgraduates of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration, the third year student ("Social work") Snizhana Bondarenko. Also, it should be mentioned that for the second consecutive year World Caffe at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration is headed by the activist of the scientific sector, the 4th year student ("Sociology") Yevheniya Krashevska.

The meeting of the student World Caffe was attended by the students of ZNU and Zaporizhzhya State Medical University. Firstly, the participants found out more about the history of this event. Then, the organizers explained the rules of the business game. Students also had the opportunity to make acquaintance with each other. The meeting attendees formed teams to communicate and discuss a number of topical issues in the format of a business game. The tasks included multiple topics and dynamic work of groups: the students went from one table to another in order to have time to discuss all of the presented topics.
During the game the participants expressed their opinions, learned more about other students’ views and had the opportunity to discuss and find like-minded people. Such meetings are very useful, because they not only improve participants’ declamatory skills, but also form a range of common interests, draw young people’s attention to the problems that must be resolved jointly.

Kateryna Kovtun, student of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration