Guided by our philosophy that each one of us learns differently and that no one approach is superior to the other, we encourage students to take responsibility for their learning. Teachers are encouraged to serve as facilitators helping students learn rather than teach them.

Educational methods such as lectures, small group exercises, management games, project work, case studies and presentations are used. Computers, statistical kits and audio visual aids are also extensively used.

Lecture sessions are interactive and students are encouraged to participate using case analysis and presentation, reviews and feedback, and project works involving studies of real organizations and practical internships.