The complexity of Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) makes it a highly debated issue, not only as an instrument to evaluate course quality but also as an instrument in the faculty HR cycle. The VSNU-IAE France-led project looked at the practices especially at the European level.
The Entrepreneurship Education in Business Schools: Best practices and recommendations project aims to address the gap between the growing number of entrepreneurship initiatives in Business Schools in Europe and the lack of guidance on how to support this type of education. In addition, it attempts to promote processes of creative research and innovation that must be the base of the future of business education. Among others, the main goal of this project is to provide guidelines for business schools on improving entrepreneurship education.
The 4 day event organized by FNEGE in collaboration with the Scientific Management Associations, aims to bring together the entire management community and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Foundation, created in May 1968. Academic and professional conferences and debates will be held throughout the week, as well as meetings (Pépite France, IAE France, CGE, Directors of establishment), and the FNEGE day on Thursday 24 May with a Gala Dinner and presentation of the FNEGE awards. You may find the programme, practical information and registration link on the event’s page.
Learn about the opportunities and challenges presented by international collaborative provision from Julie Perrin-Halot and Simon Mercado in an article prepared for Global Focus Magazine. For additional guidance we invite you to read EQUAL’s Guidelines for Collaborative Provision
EQUAL provides the international business education community with guidelines that establish quality indicators for different types of programmes.
On 25th January the EQUAL member associations are meeting to discuss the latest development in business education and quality improvement.