The Congress to an outstanding price-performance ratio can be offered through the support of well-known sponsors. Students and education establishments in addition to the extensive Congress programme offers a varied program, which includes also the entrance to the FIBO-night, the party for Congress participants and exhibitors, in addition to guided exhibition tour and free access to the FIBO halls on the booked day of Congress from 29 euro / day. For more information about the GETUP Congress 2011 here: company description school: studied at the German University of prevention and health management students to specialists and executives for the growth market of qualified prevention, fitness, and health. “The Bachelor degree programmes in the fields of fitness training, fitness economics, health management and nutrition counseling the College combine a training with a correspondence course and periods of personal attendance at study centres in Germany (nationwide) Austria or of Switzerland, and close after three years with the degree Bachelor of Arts” from. Moreover, two masters in the fields of study are offered a lot of prevention and health management, connect a correspondence course with attendance phases. While postgraduate studies for the master in health management is a diploma or Bachelor’s degree and 1 year requires experience, can the master in prevention and health management”directly in the connection a Bachelor’s and post-graduate studies are completed. Add to your understanding with J. Craig Venter.
In addition, there are six College continuing education involving professionals in selected subject areas can acquire knowledge at university level. Professionally highly qualified people”can be admitted to the Bachelor’s degree without high school diploma/qualification. Personal requirements are met, a promotion through BAfoG is possible. The registration for the Bachelor’s degree can be done at any time, an application to the master’s degree is possible to the summer / winter semester. All Bachelor’s and master’s degree programs of the College are accredited and recognized in over 40 European countries.