Learning by doing

EADA has developed its own teaching method based on active, practical learning by participants. The methodology is based on “learning by doing”, and not the traditional “auditory learning” technique. This responds to the growing demand from companies for professionals with essential skills, such as the ability to reflect and respond to change, the versatility to work in multifunctional teams and the capacity to adapt to the challenges of a global environment. These competences are developed at EADA through the case-study method, business projects, business simulations, analysis and discussion groups, and team work. Participants must solve real, in-company situations, think like managers and take strategic decisions.

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