+ 17,000 PROFESSIONAL PARTICIPANTS INCLUDING CURRENT AND FORMER STUDENTS
1) BEFORE THE START OF THE COURSE
One of the main objectives of EAE Business School is to guarantee that students have the most enriching learning experience possible, both inside and outside the classroom. In this respect, what really sets the school apart is the EAE Experience that all of our students have from their very first day right through to the end of their academic course. The activities, events and other types of sessions that are run throughout the program can basically be divided into three key periods for students:
Online Welcome Classroom
To start getting a better idea of the online platform of the Student Campus, we give you a selection of information related to accommodation in Madrid and Barcelona, legal procedures, the academic calendar and other useful details about the steps to take before starting classes.
One of the best activities for students to get to know each other before they begin classes takes place in the School’s Welcome Week. Throughout this first week of contact, various presentations are given with regard to how the School operates, the program on which the students are about to embark and EAE’s Professional Careers Service, among other aspects.
Moreover, at the end of the week, students take part in the Outdoor session, which involves group trials and exercises that develop communication, teamwork, creativity, etc. and gives students the chance to get to know each other.
Once the Welcome Week is over, students are more than ready to get started on their EAE program. Throughout the academic year, as well as attending classes, there are many activities and events that students are invited to take part in. These activities can be divided into three groups:
3) END OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR
The aim of these activities is to keep the students’ knowledge right up to date with monthly events focusing on management. These include management conferences with experts in the field, web conferences on Management Trends and Innovation, Coaching sessions and access to EAE’s Digital Library of Management, with over 13,000 publications and subscriptions to magazines such as Time and the Harvard Deusto Business Review.
These activities are run with the aim of maximising the level of satisfaction of EAE’s students, professionals and teachers. Monthly networking activities are organised focusing on students’ social and cultural growth, such as museum visits, cultural trips around Madrid and Barcelona and occasional sporting activities (running, football leagues, padel tournaments, etc.).
In addition, EAE also holds the traditional Solidarity at Christmas Party, in which the students work with a food bank, the Charity Christmas Concert, the Blood Donation Drive and the International Dinner, a culinary festival at which students from different countries and cultures share the very best of their national cuisines.
All EAE students have access to the School’s Professional Careers Service. Within the framework of this service, several activities are organised for students in relation to their integration into the world of employment, professional development, etc.
These activities include monthly Talent Development webinars and workshops focusing on Entrepreneurship, Career Transition and Recruitment, as well as the Online Employment Forum, the Graduate Program and the International Career Event. Moreover, students also have access to the School’s Employment Portal.
To mark the end of the academic year, EAE students are invited to the Graduation Ceremony, an extremely special event for whole community at the School and an unforgettable day for everyone involved.
EAE Business School strives to guarantee that our students’ learning experience is as enriching as possible and that it takes place both inside and outside the classroom.
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