University of Finance and Administration (CZECH REPUBLIC)
About this paper:
Appears in: ICERI2019 Proceedings
Publication year: 2019
Pages: 1350-1355
ISBN: 978-84-09-14755-7
ISSN: 2340-1095
doi: 10.21125/iceri.2019.0403
Conference name: 12th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 11-13 November, 2019
Location: Seville, Spain
Anyone interested in Erasmus+ can read its report. The report describes the role of each stakeholder in its preparation and deals with the process of data collection and analysis for various background studies. Overall, there is a consensus that the current program has brought very positive benefits for both the participants and the institutions involved, and these positive aspects have been transferred to society as a whole.

The paper deals with the case study of the results obtained from the Erasmus+ program and their use at the Department of Finance with the private Czech University. The aim of the text is to provide information on specific examples that show how shading knowledge at foreign universities is used to innovate in university education. This is necessary because some teachers and lectors use innovative methods carefully and prefer traditional teaching methods. It is not enough for us to introduce innovative methods to schools and universities. It is more important to understand and adapt them.

In the theoretical part, the authors discuss selected basic methodological tools for improving the quality of processes in general, namely education. The theory is used to analyze knowledge from several activities contradicted by the Erasmus+ program abroad. Both teachers and students participated in them.

In the practical part, the authors made a synthesis by Ishikawa diagram. In it, into the structure "fishbone diagram“, new stimulating and interesting ideas for improving the quality of teaching were chosen. The result was an improvement.

Requirements for the learning process in recent years has moved across Europe and the requirement is to emphasize the importance and principle of regulating and supervising without being limited knowledge of the basic functions of financial institutions. Such innovations can be achieved (as shown by the experience of the authors of the project Erasmus+) through project-based studies, processing inspection, review studies, detailed legislation analyzes, international cooperation of students and improving language skills.

The university has been offering theoretically oriented courses (bachelor, master, doctoral and MBA) for many years, and their standards are improving with Erasmus+ results. At the same time, students can choose additional courses in lifelong learning which will further improve them for practical application in consulting business.
Erasmus+, experiences, innovations, Ishikawa diagram.