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Assurance of Learning

At ESB Business School, students are prepared for their future careers in the best possible way. To achieve this, competency goals have been defined for each degree programme. These demonstrate the skills that graduates will have acquired by the end of their studies and are representative of the education and executive training at ESB Business School. With ‘Assurance of Learning’ (AoL) as a quality assurance concept, we continuously check whether, and to what extent, the defined competency goals have been achieved by our students; using results to help further improve and develop programme curricula in accordance with the strategic mission of ESB Business School.

The Assurance of Learning Process

Competency Goals Across All Programmes

ESB Business School stands for international and practice-related teaching. Respect, responsibility and commitment are values that define our actions. All ESB Business School degree programmes share the following common goals:

  • Language proficiency
  • Intercultural competence
  • Ethical behaviour
  • Problem-solving competence
  • Functional and methodological competence
  • Digital skills in functional and/or methodological context

Programme Assessment

Regular assessment of competency goals across all degree programmes provides us with detailed insight into the achievements and development of our students. The results make an important contribution to curriculum management at ESB Business School and help us to continuously improve our course offerings. 

What Does Assurance Of Learning Mean For Students At ESB Business School

  • Students will take tests and perform tasks that are used specifically for assessment purposes (e.g. the Intercultural Effectiveness Scale (IES) online test).
  • The various ESB student and programme committees help to make improvements to degree programmes and curriculum, where alumni and student representatives also get involved and take an active part in designing the syllabus.