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Emmanuelle M.

Let's imagine recruitment methods can change, and let's imagine schools can make their own financing proposals to students not belonging to the "happy few" for them to access such studies, can we therefore imagine that the group of selected students would model their own MBA as per their own values, ideas, desires and dreams ? Just as the synergy in the group of international lecturers of the international seminars Euromed Marseille is organizing twice a year DOES create an energy that students can feel and benefit from, maybe we can imagine a group of students that would help a school change its way of teaching and design the whole structure of a whole MBA. An "evolving" MBA that would get its definitive title at the end of the academic year. The real challenge would be to recruit them. And be able to learn from them.

Walter Baets

I can only agree with your proposal and personnally I would be interested to try it out.

Emmanuelle M.

The riskiest thing about this dream-like suggestion is that you first have to find the companies able and willing to finance, and that at one point they might ask you to come back to more realistic already-made-somewhere-else pedagogical approach. And one more difficult thing would be to have the full long-term support of the School implementing it. But I guess you have come to the same conclusions as me and already found clever solutions.
My next question then is: When ??

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