For its part, Francisco Javier Mula assured that the University is dying, since "what the University understands is beginning to be lost, the understanding of the logos, currently it is simply consolidated as a place where technicians are trained and protocols are applied", and he added, "the training technicians does not give freedom, you have to have a firm will to say I want to do this and I do it because I feel like it. The University currently does not train you correctly and therefore does not give you the opportunity to be completely free”.
Péter Lánczi explained that “I come from an institution that was created in 1996, six years after the collapse of communism in my country, young people who were very successful and decided that University Education was not good, because we never really had a revolution in the '90s, we never tried to get rid of communism." This new beginning meant that the University and Education belonged to the previously established culture "in politics we did have elections, we became a democracy, but deep down in our culture and our education, we yearn for important things", and he added, " we are the talent management institute and we are what starts where the University ends, focused on current issues and posing the real questions to the problems of European societies”.
Fernando Nistal, understanding the University as the mix between legacy and tradition, the Paola theme from a Catholic and talent management perspective. “Drinking from this idea of our first president and the real demand that we detect in the University, we must attend to that restless student who wants something more, who falls short of the University due to that technical description in which the university has become. University".
Nistal explained that “we proposed to collect a program in which we tried to collect the talent of the good ones, the future social aristocracy that influences society and try to train them in different areas. Add a second more current part trying to mark how to generate that influence in the media and social networks, in short, we believed that those good students who demanded more information could be given what they needed.
Lastly, in the intervention of Eduardo Fernández Luiña has pointed out how “the University has abandoned its mission, which is the search for truth, it has become centers of indoctrination, not of thought. The University must be a place of free thought, in which the freedom to compare ideas is respected”.
“The issue of technique is technique transfer, but there is no effort to teach how to think freely, that is a big problem and that is the main challenge facing the University. It is necessaryform elites, achieve the great challenge, how to learn to think. There is another problem that is the character, how to generate character, because it seems that even in that we fail the Universities, I speak of a culture of effort, the fact of staying three nights without sleeping is character to study, community concern and awareness is necessary "