There's no ‘one-size-fits-all’ for learning, which is why the best business schools incorporate lots of different learning methods to bring out the best in their students. Faculty are encouraged and given access to well-established national training and development activities to improve the quality of their instruction. You'll be given lots of opportunities to put theoretical learning to work on real-world problems, working with client organisations, locally, nationally and sometimes even internationally.
Latest learning & assessment techniques
You'll learn a lot just from working with other students through formal and informal peer learning, though education technology (or 'EdTech') is increasingly being used to improve the experience of education - from the chatbots used to assist university enquirers to mock business surgeries using virtual reality (VR).
Studying real business case studies, going on field trips to real business operations and working on actual business projects are just some of the ways in which the best business schools help you put your learning into practice.
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