The pedagogical emphasis is on experiential and innovative learning, which could beevidenced by activities such as simulations, field trips, observed practice and case studies. In addition, experiential learning could be evident in assessment practices such as authentic assessment, in contrast to more traditional formats such as exam and essay.
The following two metrics are aggregated to produce the total score. The score is normalized and scaled from 20-100.
Weight of metrics in Experiential Learning:
Weight (Of the lens / Overall)
50% / 5%
50% / 5%
In course design, we measured the availability of the following:
- Synchronous & Asynchronous Learning
- Case Studies
- Field Trips
- Simulations and Experiential Learning
- Personal one-to-one sessions with teaching staff
- Guest lecturers and industry experts
In assessment mode, we measured the availability of the following:
- Case Study
- Observed Practice
- Group Assessment
- Simulated/Authentic assessment
Source of Data
Institution to submit data via the International Trade Survey/marketing collateral for programmes. QS to verify data through desk-based research.
Collection of the required information from institutions.