“At the PHGR you can convert the newly acquired theories into practice.”
“My own primary school years have left a positive mark – I really liked going to school. Ever since 5th grade, I have been thinking of becoming a teacher. This is still true today.
Studying at the PHGR was versatile – mostly because of the many internships.
You can convert the newly acquired theories into practice. In addition, the PHGR prefers the seminar approach to lectures.
Personally, I benefitted more from this as instructors and students could relate much better. The amount of internships, which took place regularly, were another positive aspect. The size of the PHGR allows more interaction among students and instructors in an agreeable atmosphere.”