How will you learn?
The programme is delivered in a varied, stimulating and experiential learning environment. All taught modules consist of formal lectures, in-class case discussions, group and self-study. Group project work, reflective practice and class exercises are used to develop problem solving skills. Additional practical expertise will be provided by visiting fellows and guest speakers.
Teaching and learning methods include:
- Guest speakers
- Student-centred learning
- Self-learning exercises
- Class discussions
- Case studies
- Business simulations
- Supervised project
Each assessed module comprises around 25 hours of class contact time with a further 75 hours of study time to consolidate learning and carry out assignments.
Learning is assessed through a combination of assignments and written exams. Modules containing a high theoretical content are assessed by examination, and written assignments are used where practical application is more relevant, or where knowledge and understanding may be demonstrated through discussion or critique of a particular topic.
|"The best thing at Cranfield is probably the faculty, the majority have got extensive experience out there in the real-world, so they can conceptualise academic thinking into something that you can take back into the workplace.”