So majority of teachers are great and inspiring. They harmonise their experiences with know-how to deliver game-changing lessons.
The intl management course structure is also challenging. You develop much-needed EQ with relevant soft skills especially e.g. time management and group cohesion.
The improvements relate to admin and organisation in general. The timetabling is often disbalanced at the end of the trisemesters when they squeeze students. But this can backfire if it interferes with performance academically. But as already mentioned, this is a minor detail.
The EADA exchange programme is also an area of improvement. The way they match candidates with places is inconsistent sometimes. I would encourage them to focus on opening more places at the host institution as opposed to encouraging students to take what is left. If a student works hard and performs above average, then they deserve a place on the programme they chose, one way or another. But these instances are few and often negotiable.
So far it’s been great to test my limits and I look forward to the more challenges to come.