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  1. (Preparatory programme) Master of Business Administration 2014-2015 Peter Teirlinck & Maarten Hulselmans

  2. Who is who

  3. Prof. Dr. Tom Van Puyenbroeck, campus dean • Prof. Dr. Peter Teirlinck, BBA and MBA programme director • Maarten Hulselmans, BBA and MBA programme coordinator / Teacher English • maarten.hulselmans@kuleuven.be, 02/210.16.34, T’Serclaes, 5th floor (B-05-25) • office hours 1st sem: Tue 11:00-12:00 + appointment by email

  4. Student services • Student Administration sa.brussel@kuleuven.be Office: 1st floor, B (T’Serclaes building) • Social Services Department MariekeSteurs: marieke.steurs@odisee.be Els Jacobs: els.jacobs@kuleuven.be 02/609.88.16 Office: A01-04,1st floor (T’Serclaes building)

  5. Student services • Ombuds Office Marc Ophalvens: marc.ophalvens@odisee.be Erica Mechelmans: erica.mechelmans@odisee.be Maarten Kindt: maarten.kindt@odisee.be Leen De Wolf: leen.dewolf@odisee.be 02/609.88.21 Office: A01-03/03, 1st floor (T’ Serclaes building)

  6. Student services • Study coaches Krista Van Winkel: krista.vanwinkel@kuleuven.be Annelies De Winter: annelies.dewinter@kuleuven.be 02/210.16.07 Office: A01-07, 1st floor (T’ Serclaes building)

  7. Study coaching

  8. Exams: Pass/fail? • Passing a subject ? • Min. 10/20 (= credit ) • Only the courses < 10/20  2nd exam chance • Remark: register digitallyfor the exams of Juneand August/September! • 2 chancesto pass the course • Eg fail course in January • 2nd chance in August/September • Eg fail course in June • 2nd chance in August/September

  9. Courses < 10/20  2nd exam chance • Retake a course forwhichyouobtainedlessthan 10 out of 20: Best result : you keep the best mark! (onlywithin the sameacademicyear) • Eg Advanced Micro-Economics • January: 9/20 • August/September: 6/20 => You keep the 9/20!

  10. Obtaining a master degree • Ifcreditsobtainedfor 60 units • Or ifyouonly have one 9/20 andcangraduatewithdistinction (minimum 68%)

  11. Feedback exams • Aftereveryexamperiod (Jan, Juneand Aug/Sep) • Feedback lecturers • Have a look intoyourexam • Compareexpectedanswerwithyouranswer • Discussstudymethod • Expectationslecturer • Register digitally!!!

  12. Feedback exams • General feedback • Discuss overall resultsandstudy planning & studymethod • Yearprogramme & tolerances • Studypath coaches (T’Serclaes 1st floor, A)

  13. Re-registration • May re-register for the same degree program • May re-register for the same course 2nd time in your year program: no problem 3rd time in your year program: * CSE ≥ 50%: no problem * CSE < 50%: no, you will be denied for one year! Remark: taking a course from the preparatory program for a 3rd time is possible. 4th time in your year program: no, you will be denied for three years!

  14. Study progress monitoring • Study credit: Flemish government • Limited time frame to obtain degree • Backpack full of study units (SU) • SU are taken out: study program • Successful SU will be recharged in your backpack • Not applicable to the preparatory program • Info? Student Portal or Ombuds office

  15. Problems in the exam period? • Contact the Ombuds Service!!! No agreementswithteachers! T’Serclaes: first floor - during the week (8h-18h30) : 02/210.13.19 - during weekends (Saturday 8h-9h + 12h15-13h15 andSunday 20h-21h) : 0496/99.83.91 : onlyfor urgent matters, notforcancellingexams! NOT by e-mail and NOT leavingvoice-mailmessages

  16. Problems in the examperiod • When… youcannotparticipate in an examination (always contact us BEFORE the examination takes place) youexperienceproblems of somekind • During the year: report absence toOmbuds

  17. Further information

  18. Student portalhttp://feb.kuleuven.be/eng/brussels/Students • Contact hours teaching staff • Course schedules • EducationandExamregulations • Academiccalendar • ECTS files • Andmuch more …

  19. Campus Brussels 1 Campus – 4 buildings • Hermes •  classrooms •  cafeteria • T’Serclaes • Library • Restaurant • CourseMaterial Centre • Student Administration • International Office • Terranova • Erasmus

  20. Course Material • Course material centre  Ground floor T’ Serclaes building • Course material list & opening hours  http://feb.kuleuven.be/eng/brussels/Students • Digital learning environment  See https://toledo.kuleuven.be/

  21. Information Sessions • Important dates 25/09/2014     12:30 – 13:30   Information sessionlibrary (entrancelibrary)  1201 27/11/2014      09:00 – 14:30  Global village XL (Erasmus/Exchange – fair)  2215 30/09/2014      12:30 – 13:30  Information andregistrationsessioninsurances (Euromut)   1201

  22. Information sessions • Information sessions digital learning environment International Programmes • BBA:   22/9/2014  11:00-12:00: room 2201 • (Prep & Bridge) MBA:   23/9/2014  14:00-15:00: room 6215 • (Prep) MIBEM:   24/9/2014  12:30-13:30: room 1201 • EEFAS:   29/9/2014  15:30-16:30: room 1201

  23. Master thesis • Information session: • 22/09/2014 10:00-11:00 4115 • Master thesis fair: • 29/09/2014 12:30-13:30 0105

  24. Library & restaurant • Library Located in T’ Serclaes building • Restaurant & cafetaria  Cafetaria: Hermes building  Restaurant: T’Serclaes building

  25. Communication & student associations Communication - KU Leuven e-mail - Notice boards • online (Toledo) • mainentrance Hermes building Unofficial www.facebook.com/FEBBrussels

  26. Lunch & workshops • Lunch offeredby KU Leuven drinks on table own drinks  tobepaid (no cash) Hermes room 1119 • Walking tours start at 12:30

  27. Agenda • Programme BA • Evaluation & testing • Outcomes • What’snew?

  28. BA: mission statement • Science as foundation, practice as orientation • International orientation + diversity and multiculturality in Brussels • Focus on the student’slearningprocess • Quality of and innovation in education

  29. Science as foundation, practice as orientation Proper contactswith business Cases, exercises, examples Guestlecturers

  30. DIDACTIC CONCEPT correctionvia cyclus Program outcomes Competenceprofilebachelor and masterBusiness Administration Plan idealsituation Do Compe-tencegrowth model Learning contents Learning methods (interactive) Lecture Seminar Case study Individual& groupworkpaper Portfolio selfreflectionplenarydiscussion Company screening – project work Master thesis Studymaterial Basichandbook Technicalliterature International peer-reviewedarticles Searchingandinterpreting relevant literature Forms of evaluation Understanding and reproducing in a simple context Apply and analyse Integrate, criticalevaluation and remediation Beingcreative in a complex context Xxxx Xxxx Business orientation Academic bases Business-basedtrajectory Fromconceptualframeworkstowardsapplications enhanced (business-) economicexpertise Trajectory ‘Entrepreneuriallearning’ Research projectswith practical finality Fromsimple (fragmentary) towards complex (interdisciplinary) practices Research orientedtrajectory Fromsimpletowards complex (own) research Growth in methodological, statistical and informationskills Research basedtrajectory Interpretation of research results Methods of economicsub-disciplines Critical reflection on (own) research basic (instruct& explore) intermediate(enlarge& going more profound) advanced(integrate& specialize) Check Currentsituation ECTS-file = translation at the level of each course Competenceschedule(competences+ levels) Schedule learningmethods Schedule studymaterial Schedule evaluationmethods instruments Act Futuresituation Points of attention & possibilitiesforimprovement of study program, learningmethods, studymaterial and methodsforevaluation

  31. Business orientation • Guestlecturers: • Personshavingspecialised expertise in work field • Guest speakers • Business Seminars • Company visits • Excellence rewards • Company projects – master thesis

  32. Context-driven research: integrationacademic foundation and business orientation: • Research questionssituatedwithin a realistic business environment • Teamwork and multidiciplinaryapproach in business projects • Scientifically correct performance in a business context • Conceptualsolutionswhich are addedvaluefor the academicworld

  33. Analyses: programme-competenceprofile

  34. Didactic concept: targets and quality check • Targets: process of curriculum development • Internal and external follow-up ECTS = translation of the didactic concept

  35. Programmecoherence Global construct – learning tracks • 5 learning tracks : • Socialanalysis & policy • Methodology & Academic Training • Economics & International Business • Strategy, Management & Entrepreneurship • Business Sciences – Learning track = content based cluster of coursesconstructing a coherent set of knowledgedomains and competences • Increasednumber of choices in the latestphases of the programme

  36. Programmecoherence Commoncompetences, to beacquiredby all students: • Learning track Methodology & Academic Training • Learning track Socialanalysis & Policy Options in the otherlearning tracks: • Orientations in BBA 3 (12 credits): Business Information Management, International Business Management and International Relations • Furtherdifferentiation in master to approx. 50% of credits in 3 majors

  37. Evaluation & testing • Guidelines: • Link betweencompetences and the waythey are tested • Progressiveapproach • Sufficientvariation • Different kinds of tests • Cognitivelearning: mainlybymeans of traditional test formats, e.g. writtenexam • Integratedlearning: application of knowledge and skills, e.g. in a paper • Processorientedlearning: self-reflection and monitoring, e.g. peer-assessment, portfolio • Organizationalaspects: • Administrativeorganisation: Student administration and Planning • Formaldetermination of resultsbyexamcommission

  38. Outcomes

  39. Attained level: work field (incl. alumni) Resonancecouncil Alumni-surveysAfter 1 year: lessthan 5% unemployed Global satisfaction BA: high => yourvisioncounts: evaluations !!

  40. Attained level: master thesis • Resultsmaster thesis

  41. Attained level: master thesis - projects • Satisfactionwork field Only 57% defends thesis withinyear t (2012)!!! (+8% comparedto 2011)

  42. Attained level: internationalisation • Foreignexperience (20% norm) Percentage of successful BA studentswithforeignexperience

  43. Education efficiency Average successrate BA students per educationyear However, is going up andfor first time in 2012-13 higherthan in HW

  44. Study time Measurement of studyeffort - ongoing

  45. What’snew? • Partnership USL • Internship – extra curriculum • Increasedeffortsfor job opportunities

  46. Questions?