Success in higher education can be learned!
So, Cogito accompanies students towards the success of their higher education.
So I succeeded in my blockade!
The assisted blockade is the most comprehensive study solution available to a student in higher education. Prof. Said Rachafi, PhD, University Professor (Physics)
In short, two weeks of blockades are organised in December, two weeks at Easter, two weeks in May, and 4 weeks in the summer.
Cogito higher education coaching
From the first year of the baccalaureate (BAC) to the last year of the Master's degree, Cogito will help you to achieve your goals. At the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven), Universiteit Antwerpen (UA), Universiteit Gent (UGent), formerly Rijksuniversiteit Gent (RUG). Then at Universiteit Hasselt (UHasselt), formerly Limburgs Universitair Centrum (LUC), Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). Then at the Catholic University of Leuven UCL, Free University of Brussels ULB, University of Liège ULg, University of Namur UNamur. Also at the University of Mond UMons, Facultés Saint-Louis. That is to say, also at HEC Liège, HELMO Liège, ICHEC, EPHEC Woluwé and Louvain-la-Neuve. Then AP Hogeschool Antwerpen (Antwerp). But also Arteveldehogeschool (Gent), Erasmushogeschool Brussel (Brussel), Antwerp Maritime Academy (Antwerp). Then Odisee (Brussel, Dilbeek, Gent, Aalst, Sint-Niklaas), Hogeschool Gent (Gent, Aalst, Melle, Bottelare). Also at LUCA School of Arts (Brussel, Genk, Gent, Leuven), Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen (Brugge, Kortrijk, Oudenaarde), Karel de Grote Hogeschool (Antwerp). But also at Thomas More (Geel, Lier, Turnhout, Vorselaar, Mechelen, Antwerp, Sint-Katelijne-Waver). UC Leuven-Limburg (Leuven, Diest, Diepenbeek, Hasselt, Genk), Hogeschool VIVES (Kortrijk, Brugge, Roeselare, Oostende). Finally, at Hogeschool PXL (Hasselt, Diepenbeek).
The objective of the coaching is to accompany the student in the success of his quadrimester and his year. Therefore, it is a question of a global follow-up, for the whole of its subjects in: method of work, explanations and restitution of its courses (regular interrogations and simulation of examinations).
Method of working in higher education
Discover the Seminar in Methodology of Academic Work. Students come from Switzerland, Luxembourg and France to participate, so why not you?
At the heart of these formulas :
- To develop a working method adapted to higher education in order to be successful as a student (at university or college);
- Secondly, learn how to organise your time efficiently to find your own rhythm of work;
- Secondly, develop memorization and structuring techniques (e.g. in anatomy);
- Secondly, to know how your memory works in order to use it well;
- Secondly, to develop a sense of effort and a taste for performance and intellectual work.
Are you experiencing specific difficulties in a particular subject in your academic career? Do you want to do well in a subject that is considered "selective"? In short, Cogito will help you. Because, from among our 1,450 university instructors, all of whom have at least 5 years of higher education, we will select the instructor you need for your intensive courses in law, chemistry, philosophy, physics, histology and others.
All of our tutors for higher education are qualified and draw on our twenty years of expertise and experience
Because at the higher level, Cogito's trainers have a minimum of 5 years of higher education (i.e. a university degree) trained by Cogito to the best techniques to help you pass your exams:
- working method,
- then, coaching (including "solution-oriented listening"),
- memorization techniques,
- but also learning profiles, etc.
Tips for successful higher education
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Civil engineering/polytechnic entrance exam preparation courses. Are you looking for a way to pass your civil engineering or polytechnic entrance exam? Proper preparation is the key to your success.
The art of always being right
Since 1891, the cynic has been enjoying the Art of Being Always Right by Schopenhauer, who was never right against Friedrich Hegel, whom he hated, and whose only legacy is his sophomoric breviary for politicians in a hurry. Schopenhauer teaches techniques and procedures that are supposed to allow one to win a debate, all of which, in the final analysis, are based on force, lies or masquerade. What a tribute to reason!