You will have to work very much on your own. Tutors are not there to make you work but to provide guidance at fixed hours on fixed days, so organise your time around them or get on with your work without help!
I am a student of European Master of Project Management at Fachhochschule Dortmund in Germany and I am currently studying my third semester in a partner University (University of Bilbao, Spain). I will be graduating in July 2019. During my first and second semester of European Master of Project Management, I have completed many projects with various teams which helped me to gain enormous amount of knowledge in project management field, and also helped me to enhance my soft skills. Furthermore, I have learned how to work on many projects under pressure in an intercultural environment with people who have different cultures and work attitudes. Besides, I have two main professional development by creating a planned change model for sustaining digital transformation in organizations and creating a model for application of knowledge management in innovation projects in second semester which was presented in International Research Conference in Dortmund.
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