EUROPE ASIA BUSINESS SCHOOL

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Pedagogy
Our pedagogy aims at implementing the program philosophy with the following components:
  • Program design
  • Course delivery
  • Experiential learning
  • Learning outcome management

Course Delivery


Each topic is learnt through a variety of learning activities such as:

  • Self study
  • Class presentations by Faculty – concepts, principles, frameworks and best practices; methods, tools and technology for problem solving
  • Tutorial exercises – problem solving exercises and analytical work for cases and simulations
  • Case discussion in a business meeting format which is video recorded for evaluation by subject teachers as well as communications and behavioral teachers
  • Business simulation participation
  • Presentation of home assignments

Experiential Learning


Apart from classroom learning where focus is on learning management principles, concepts, frameworks, methods, tools and technology for application to business management, we offer rigorous inputs for transformation of participants to become effective managers through management practice and development of managerial personality consisting of professional ethics, behavior and communication, etc.

In this context, experiential learning has many features:

  • Integrated projects
  • Workshops and Seminars
  • Field studies
  • Professional ethics, communication and behavior – a continuous activity through the program where participants not only learn but practice and receive feed-backs for improvement.

Learning Outcome Management
 
            
Learning outcome is under constant observation through multiple tools like:

  • Class Diary – a tool to record the proceeding in a class by a student course representative.
  • Self Assessment of Managerial Abilities (SAMA); this is a continuous process in which students give feedback for every item of key managerial ability, within each topic of a course, of their ability level as Poor, Well or Very Well. Based on this feed-back the corrective action is taken during the course delivery process.
  • Evaluation – the typical components are: Tutorial submissions, Assignment submissions, Case Discussion participation, Tests and Final Examinations.