Teaching Learning Environment
Teaching learning at KDBC Business School is student-centered. Some of the common techniques used in KDBC are case analysis, group discussions, project works, guest lectures, internships, talk program series, industrial tours etc. Here, a wide range of teaching-learning methodologies is used to reinforce the theory and practice. Students are encouraged to challenge conventional wisdom and come up with innovation and creative solutions.
During their stay at KDBC they learn to:
- Analyze issues
- Define problems
- Compare alternatives
- Formulate solutions, and
- Implement action-plan
Internship, Induction and Placement
As part of educational program, KDBC Business School offers off-campus learning experiences for academic credit. The Professional Internship Program integrates business education with professional experience and allows students to enhance their academic studies, personal development and career preparation. During the internship, the students work for organizations for six to eight weeks to gain practical knowledge and skills. There is also an opportunity for aspiring business students to do their internship in multinational companies in Malaysia.
KDBC Business School has initiated a range of non-credit courses with an objective to provide outstanding personal, educational and professional skill development opportunities to the students. Non-credit courses include areas of emerging concepts and trends in management, marketing, business and information technology, leadership and personality development, global economics, etc.