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New learning processes are improving fast. Online education, which seemed fantastic 5-10 years ago, is becoming a common thing. Thanks to it, we can get training

from anywhere in the world. We interviewed doctor O.J. Kozerod, the Professor of Zerah Business School, who we had been able to meet in the couloirs of a conference on the history of political thought recently held in Luxembourg.

Corr.: Dear Professor Kozerod, thank you for agreeing to respond to our questions. How do you assess the prospects for the improvement of online education?

O.K.: Online education is an up-and-coming field. A growing number of top-rated universities in the world are introducing the possibility of obtaining online training in order not to be late or miss leadership in this area in the face of fierce competition within the global education market.

Corr.: Tell us, please, about your activities as Professor Zerah Business School.

O.K.: I joined the team of teachers at the school in 2019. I teach political history, political science, the history of political and economic studies. In my opinion, these subjects are crucial for the formation of the professional qualities of our students since the school specializes in political science, lobbying and PR.

Corr.: Does a modern student require a good political knowledge?

O.K.: Knowledge and understanding of the current realities of EU policy are essential for the current young generation of Europeans. It was enough for young voters to study the program of a political party, and they could safely cast their votes earlier. But nowadays, there are so many populists in the European political environment and parties with vague or even obscure programs that you need to learn. The risk of being deceived for the modern voter is considerable, and therefore confidence should be replaced by at least a basic understanding of the political processes taking place in modern United Europe. The knowledge of politics is vital for the modern young European.

Corr.: This is quite interesting. Tell us a little about yourself, please.

O.K.: I was born in Eastern Europe. In addition to political science, my field of ​​interest includes Jewish history and participation of Jewish organizations in contemporary political processes. I am also fond of the history of great European families.

Corr.: Oh, how exciting! Is it true that representatives of these families can often be met in the hallways of the current European Parliament and the European Commission?

O.K.: You are not too far off (laughing)! Indeed, for example, the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, the head of the European Parliament David Sassoli, the members of the European Parliament Irina von Wiese and Viola von Cramon-Taubadel, and many other politicians have great origins.

Corr.: What new and interesting programs does Zerah Business School offer in 2020?

O.K.: You can read about them on the school website. The most popular program is the IEMBA diploma training program. This program is designed to train representatives of the highest echelon of business. The diploma is recognized by the Ministry of Education of Malta and empowers you to develop the chances for a successful career in business in modern United Europe.

Corr.: Thank you for the interview!

O.K.: Thank you as well!