An academic policy at the service of all
Montpellier Business School develops an innovative academic policy to enable its faculty to meet national, European and international challenges.
This policy meets the requirements of our mission to “train, through higher education programmes, managers who are strong in their diversity, aware of their global responsibility, able to demonstrate a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship in the performance of their professional activities and who are able to adapt to the constant changes in local, national and international environments”.
This integrated policy has made it possible to develop a unique teaching method, syllabi adapted to the business world, methods and tools (Content management system, E-learning, E-book, Educational video, call centre) facilitating the transfer of knowledge.
This policy places Montpellier Business School, through its faculty, at the forefront of pedagogical innovation, enabling it to adapt to its different target audiences (Bachelor, Master, Executive MBA, continuing professional training programmes) in French and English, as well as to the apprentices’ specific rhythm of training (training path through the apprenticeship system).
At the same time, continuous improvement processes, including the guarantee of learning and skill assessment, have been put in place to ensure the quality of teaching and to continually improve pedagogical practices.
The pedagogical method applied by all of the teachers represents one of the driving elements of this commitment to academic quality, which aims to transmit academic knowledge while making the student actor of her/his training. For each teacher, it is a matter of directing students towards the existing pedagogical resources so that they can take ownership of the contents in order to make the face-to-face teaching session concentrated on reflection, exploitation, imagination and debate around and about the knowledge.
This pedagogical method highlights the student’s responsibility and aims to develop critical thinking and creativity in order to promote the learning of professional practices.