• Get the dean’s view of faculty development

    International Faculty Program (IFP)
  • Master the case method

    International Faculty Program (IFP)
  • Take your teaching to a new level

    International Faculty Program (IFP)


International Faculty Program

Ready to transform your teaching?

Teaching business management means unlocking understanding. It means opening up access to skills, to critical thinking, to the frameworks that empower managers to lead.

Effective teaching means mastering the most efficient methodologies and concepts: from using the case method to writing your own cases; from the fundamentals of course design to learning in our connected world.

The International Faculty Program immerses you in best-in-class teaching and institutional practices.

Be transformed in your teaching. Have impact across your institution.

 

KEY DETAILS

DatesFormatLengthFee



BENEFITS

International Faculty Program (IFP)



Transform your teaching

Gain new competencies, boost your communication skills and take existing techniques to a new level.




See your strengths and weaknesses

Pinpoint areas for improvement; optimize what you do well.

International Faculty Program (IFP)



Master the case method

Bring classes to life – deploy the most potent teaching and learning technique with skill and confidence.

International Faculty Program (IFP)
International Faculty Program (IFP)



Design your own courses

Create your own cases and structure curricula to empower learning and build skills.

Impact-IFPb.jpg



Have impact

Not just in your classroom – get the “dean’s” view, share your learning with your colleagues, empower your institution.

PROGRAM CONTENT

Prepare to master the case method. From using case studies as teaching tools, analyzing them to writing your own. IFP also explores how people learn, what leadership means, what makes for a good teacher and how to effect institutional change – the “dean’s” view.


PART ONE

  • Case method

    Case studies examine real-life business scenarios to develop students’ critical thinking and analytical skills. This potent methodology oftentimes provokes more questions than answers, and requires students to approach business challenges from multiple angles and perspectives.

  • Case writing

    Learn how to write compelling and thought-provoking case studies, identifying the key phases in the creation process.

  • Course design

    Explore the fundamentals of solid course design across different fields, disciplines, target audiences and program lengths.

  • Faculty development

    Reflect on the broad implications of an academic vocation and how your needs may vary over time as you progress in your careers.

  • Learning in the connected world

    Examine the latest academic methodologies such as the flipped classroom, social and mobile learning, games, MOOCs and simulations; as well as strategies to leverage their use when designing a program.

  • Institutional development: the dean’s view

    Although business schools are first and foremost learning institutions, they are also organizations that need to be managed. In this module, senior faculty members will examine the principles of business school management and development.

  • Inter-personal communication in the academic context

    Discover the keys to designing and delivering informative, captivating, research-based presentations created as “organized conversations” to stimulate intellectual and social connections. The emphasis is on audience analysis, nonverbal communication and trust.

  • Coaching

    Reflect on coaching as an educational tool as well as its relation to personality.

  • Case presentation

    Under the guidance of IESE faculty, you may have the opportunity to prepare and teach cases during the program.


PART TWO

  • Online teaching methodology

    There will be online discussion of cases for two weeks, during which you experience online learning methodology.

PARTICIPANT PROFILE

Be part of a rich and diverse learning group from different countries and backgrounds, sharing a wide range of cultural and academic perspectives.

IFP participants typically hold on of these positions:

  • Dean, Associate Dean, Dean of Faculty

  • Head of Academic Department

  • Faculty Member: Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor

  • Director of Research Center

  • Researcher

  • PhD student with clear vocation

Average AgeNationalitiesParticipants

Participants come from international business schools. Among them:

  • International Faculty Program (IFP)

FACULTY 2016-2017

IESE faculty are at the forefront of research, innovation and teaching in management education. Always close to global business practices and change, many of them are successful business leaders in their own right, and all hold PhDs from the world’s finest business schools. Meet our IFP faculty.

         
 Miguel Angel Ariño Africa Ariño Nuria Chinchilla Carlos García Pont 
 

Miguel Angel Ariño 

Professor of Managerial Decision Sciences

 

Africa Ariño 

Professor of Strategic Management

 

Nuria Chinchilla 

Professor of Managing People in Organizations

 

Carlos García Pont 

Professor of Marketing

 
         
 Albert Fernández Jorge González Evgeny Káganer Mireia Las Heras 
 

Albert Fernández

Professor of Accounting and Control and Entrepreneurship

 

Jorge González 

Associate Professor of Marketing

 

Evgeny Káganer 

Associate Professor of Information Systems

 

Mireia Las Heras 

Associate Professor of Managing People in Organizations

 
         
 Eduardo Martínez Abascal Pedro Nueno Luis Palencia Josep Maria Rosanas 
 

Eduardo Martinez Abascal

Professor of Financial Management

 

Pedro Nueno 

Emeritus Professor of Entrepreneurship

 

Luis Palencia 

Professor of Accounting and Control and Analysis of Business Problems

 

Josep Maria Rosanas 

Emeritus Professor of Accounting and Control

 
         
 Frederic Sabrià Javier Santomá Govert Vroom   
 

Frederic Sabrià  

Professor of Production, Technology and Operations Management 

 

Javier Santomà 

Professor of Financial Management 

 

Govert Vroom 

Professor of Strategic Management

 
 
         
Admission Requirements | International Faculty Program

IFP selects high-potential faculty members looking to enrich their own teaching practices and contribute to the peer-to-peer learning dynamic offered.

To apply you need to submit the following documents:

• A completed online application form.

• One recent photograph.

• A nomination form completed by the dean or department head of the candidate's institution.

• One recommendation letter.

The Admissions Committee will determine admission after evaluating each applicant based on the information provided.

Admission Deadlines | International Faculty Program

IFP 2017

Dates: June 5-17, 2017

First deadline: January 31, 2017
Second deadline: April 30, 2017


IFP 2018

Dates: June 4-16, 2018

First deadline: November 30, 2017
Second deadline: April 30, 2018

Tuition Fee | International Faculty Program

The program fee is €5,900, which includes academic materials, activities and on-campus lunch from Monday to Friday. Accommodation is not included in the fee. If you are applying from an emerging economy, you may apply for financial aid. Contact the IFP team to find out more.

Accommodation | International Faculty Program

Optional accommodation is available for IFP participants:

Hotel Residencia Torre Girona
Individual room: €1,600

A student residence, Hotel Residencia Torre Girona, is a 10-minute walk from the IESE campus.

Capacity is limited, so please contact the IFP team as soon as possible if you are interested in making a reservation.

For more information

Find the Admission Team Director nearest to you and discuss your needs and objectives.



International Faculty Program (IFP)

  • Roser Durany, IFP Director Tel.: +34 93 253 42 00

  • ifpinfo@iese.edu