Teaching and Learning
Management education has long since moved away from the traditional approach in which the student plays a passive role to an approach in which student participation is crucial. As a result, focus is placed on learning rather than teaching, and it is intended that this should be particularly developed in this scheme through assignments, targeted study and activities which will take place inside and outside class. Student-centered activities are designed for students to acquire and consolidate the designated knowledge and skills.
The teaching and learning
methods will encourage the use of theoretical frameworks to understand business situations and case studies. They will develop transferable intellectual skills, the ability to communicate using a variety of media, the ability to argue rationally, analytically and critically, and the ability to work as a team member or leader.
on the course is complemented with hands-on leadership in practise. IBA's goal is for you and your employer to agree early in the course, how you can gradually use your new knowledge and skills to tackle new challenges and take on greater responsibility to benefit you and your company.
Students are divided into small classes
of around ten people who meet once a month on a Friday/Saturday. This ensures both an academic and social network. Classroom-based teaching is supplemented with e-learning using the latest methods.