The job market and pedagogical institutions have been through considerable changes in the last years, including the transition to online working platforms in many sectors. Following this and other changes, NEOMA Business School has designed a new course structure which aims to meet today’s needs and expectations.
The key elements around which the structure has been built are personalization, scripting, and interaction. These were identified following NEOPEDAGOGIE, a survey run by the school. Curriculums will now include “interactive activities, such as game phases, debates, talks from experts outside of the faculty, and more.”
When it comes to studying and working online, Delphine Manceau, Dean of NEOMA, pointed out: “Distance learning prepares students for what they will experience in the workplace, where knowing how to manage and work remotely with a group has become an essential skill more than ever.”
The school has considerably increased its online capacity and bandwidth, along with allowing its students a great degree of individual control and freedom when it comes to managing course progress.
The changes follow an attempt to restructure the courses according to the lessons learned from the pandemic, with Europe slowly transitioning out of it in many respects.
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