IBM will help disabled students at Masaryk University Added:26.9. 2006
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IBM will help disabled students at Masaryk University

Students with severe visual, hearing or mobility impairments will give IBM a chance at a quality university education. IBM is signed with the Masaryk University (MU) in Brno contract which undertakes to provide hardware and software equipment for five new classrooms for the handicapped.

Students with severe visual, hearing or mobility impairments will give IBM a chance at a quality university education. IBM is signed with the Masaryk University (MU) in Brno contract which undertakes to provide hardware and software equipment for five new classrooms for the handicapped.

Gifted students with disabilities will also be able to pass zaškolovacím courses or internships within IBM already in the course of 2007. „Masaryk University belongs to the European level between universities with the largest representation of the percentage of students with disabilities, and I appreciate very much that the private sector is interested in the education of students with special needs,“ said Petr Fiala, Rector of MU.

Currently, the Centre for Students with Special Needs at MU recorded 174 visually, aurally or physically severely disabled, blind and deaf students.

Technological support for the integration of disabled students and staff is the first project of its kind between the MU and IBM.




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