FiBS has been consulting on educational and socio-economic issues in Germany, Europe, and the world for 25 years. Informed by a variety of specializations, we examine educational sectors and their relationship to larger social issues, innovation, digitization, and labour market policy. This is how we make our contribution to supporting lifelong learning.
Our international, intercultural, and interdisciplinary team allows us to take diverse perspectives on the projects entrusted to us.
Lecture Digitalisation in Industrialised Countries - Opportunities and Societal Challenges for Higher Education
Lecture Workshop: Tell us how you recognize. Understanding how recognition processes operate and how to improve/open them
Lecture Making future skills visible: Opportunities and challenges of using badges to document future key competences at German universities
Lecture The Pacific Alliance: An agenda for cooperation with observer members - Vocational education and training for inclusive development and integration into global value chains
During the conference Rethink HR Tech Dominic Orr (FiBS) and Professor Ilona Buchem (Beuth University of Applied Sciences) will discuss on 22 November the potential and applications of digital certificates of competence such as Open Badges.
"With you and the FiBS, the topic of education economics has taken on a new significance in Germany and internationally. From my point of view, your view of adult education, which for so long has not been the focus of enough attention, is particularly pleasing," writes Michael Tölle, from the Arbeiterkammer Wien (Vienna Chamber of Labour), on the occasion of today's 25th anniversary of the FiBS.
Dominic Orr speaks on the subject of open recognition as part of the ePIC 2018 Conference as well as the MIRVA project (Making Informal Recognition Visible and Accessible).
Dieter Dohmen speaks on: "VET in times of digitalisation", "Economics of (practice-oriented) Vocational Education and Training (VET)" and "TVET in Germany".
Dieter Dohmen concludes three-day preparatory workshop with the University of Applied Science and Technology in Tehran, Iran and other organizations on future research cooperation.
Current Bologna communiqué draft considers digitisation to be of significantly more importance in the Bologna process.
FiBS and Islamic Azad University in Teheran agree on extensive long-time cooperation.