EHEA and our pedagogical model

Our methodological model was at the heart of the university’s foundation, and we have consolidated it over the last few decades. Our methodology was a clear precedent to the Bologna Plan, that is, to the current revision of teaching methodologies in all European universities through the construction and convergence of the European Higher Education Area.

Specifically, our methodological proposal is based on four pillars:

  1. An integral conceptualisation of students’ education, integrating their education and orientation as professionals with the global education of the person as a whole and in every facet.
  1. An innovative methodology that has historically combined three levels of group teaching activities and work with faculty: group classes (average ratio of 60 students per professor), collaborative work groups (average of 30 students per professor) and seminar work groups and groups to share and simulate real competencies (an average of 10 to 15 students per seminar tutor).
  1. An educational relationship model based on personalised learning, teacher/student proximity, career orientation throughout the educational process (before, during and after), the integration of theoretical-practical learning development, and mastery over new information technologies and key languages (English fundamentally).
  1. A global learning conceptualisation with respect to the educational project’s cultural, university and social setting which sees today’s education as a life-long process (life-long learning) and one that offers learning opportunities anywhere and at any time (ubiquitous learning environments).

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