Port of Bremen
There are many factors that lead people to avoid doing activities that should be done today and leave them for later, but most of the time this procrastination has emotional costs, and the different disciplines try to understand the reasons and provide tools to get out of the mess and not get distressed. Living with procrastination can imply suffering, but also imposing oneself to do something that one was avoiding can also generate a bad moment.
Professor Marcus Eckert, from the Department of Psychology and Education at the Apollon University of Applied Sciences in Bremen, Germany, is one of the researchers who studies procrastination and its impact on human life, especially on students, who are among the groups of people who suffer most from procrastination. Consulted by Infobae, Professor Eckert explained by e-mail that “procrastination is a ubiquitous phenomenon in the world.
So how do we deal with procrastination? For Jorge Catelli, associate professor of Psychoanalysis and Education at the University of Buenos Aires and Full Member in Didactic Function of the APA, “procrastination is based on a defense mechanism in which people postpone the realization of certain goals, since they unconsciously fear the proximity of the realization of a desire. An unconscious risk is put into play that could imply a ‘failure to succeed,’ to have an accomplishment, in purely Freudian terms.”
After obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Museology, undergraduate students can pursue a career as a restorer or as an education officer, other employment options are as a curator or archivist. Possible places of employment are different types of learning institutions including art, anthropology and natural history museums, as well as botanical gardens. The list of professions includes Planetariums or places of historical interest, these along with science and technology centers offer a wide selection of careers.
Bremen university of applied sciences
In 1982, this university was created from the merger of four pre-existing universities of applied sciences: a university of technology, a university of business, a university of social pedagogy and social economics, and a university of nautical science.
However, the history of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences dates back to the founding of Technikum, a School of Civil Engineering and Maritime Transport in 1894, and to the founding of the Women’s Social School, the first School of Social Work in Bremen in 1918. The University of Applied Sciences of Bremen was founded in 1894.
Bremen – free Hanseatic and port city – with its 550,000 inhabitants (900,000 in its urban area) is the second largest city in northern Germany after Hamburg. Bremen is an important cultural and business center on the banks of the river Weser. In medieval times it belonged to the Hanseatic League developing it into a very prosperous and important city. At 60 km is located the port city of Bremerhaven (“Port of Bremen”) and both together form the state of Bremen. Bremerhaven, the fourth largest port in Europe, is the largest in the world.