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Teaching Methodology

 

FINE follows the British methodology of study and research, while it thoroughly promotes cooperation between the students and the academic staff. The British educational system requires attendance, systematic work in the laboratories, compulsory submission of assignments and examinations for each subject, frequent use of the library.

Students at FINE enjoy the advantages of a unique combination: the international recognized quality and credibility of the British higher education with the parallel investigation and analysis of the Romanian environment. FINE attracts is excellent and highly motivated students due to the high caliber of its academic staff. All our lecturers, British, Americans and Romanians, have postgraduate qualifications and a solid background in teaching and posses professional experience. They are always available to guide students along the right path and provide them with every assistance to secure successful results.

The teaching staff is always willing to discuss any matter with the students. The students can have support outside formal class hours by arranging a meeting with lecturers. Whilst students are on the course, it is important that they are able to get the advice and help for academic or personal problems. A Personal Tutor is assigned to each student and will be available to discuss with students their progress.

FINE successfully uses small groups of students from different backgrounds, led by senior academic staff, to produce an interactive, peer group learning experience. This learning is further enhanced by assessment based on the students' ability to apply their new knowledge to their own and other organisations problems.

Students are expected to :

•  Participate and learn how to manage change

•  Develop their individual learning skills and styles

•  Focus on their work practices and link theories and concepts to organizational, managerial and professional activities in the business environment

•  Analyze organizational and managerial problems in light of relevant theories and concepts

•  Competently handle case studies and other practical learning situations

FINE employs a number of different teaching methods and techniques to ensure that participants gain maximum benefits. The main methods employed are:

• Teaching combined with questions and comments from participants . New theories and techniques are outlined and then discussed and explored, drawing on the experiences of the participants attending.

•  Group exercises: the participants have the opportunity to analyse business situations and explore solutions co-operatively. Group exercises also encourage the development of interpersonal, team, influencing and presentation skills.

•  Simulation: this type of activity normally takes place in a group context and is designed to enable participants to try out new skills and techniques in a controlled classroom environment. Participants have the opportunity to apply theory to real business situations.

•  Case Studies: the use of case studies allows participants to analyse the context and drivers behind a real business situation for which they can devise appropriate solutions. Participants can also develop their interpersonal, team and presentation skills.

For each subject, a main textbook is recommended to students and furthermore they are given supplementary bibliography, necessary for their coursework. Moreover, the essays assigned to each student require the additional use of books and journals. Students, therefore, are required to spend time studying and researching in the library.

All students are registered with the University of Wales in Britain and have equal opportunities with British students. It is also possible -at the discretion of the respective validating body- for students to transfer module credits successfully completed and continue their studies to any British University . All degrees are awarded directly by the University of Wales . With their registration, the students receive a student's handbook, which includes FINE's and University of Wales regulations.

This degree is validated and awarded by the University of Wales , UK . For further details regarding the University and its validation services, please log on to www.wales.ac.uk or email at registryhelpdesk@wales.ac.uk .