Aim 1: Lifelong Learning
ERASMUS makes a material contribution without wasting TIME, without wasting MONEY, without traveling YOURSELF to study a lifelong learning.
ERASMUS promotes the transfer of knowledge between academia and professional practice. ERASMUS in this way also contributes to maintaining a dialogue with society.
Aim 2: Faculty Responsibility
ERASMUS’ continuing education programs are based on the strategic objectives of the faculties. The programs are clearly defined throughout the institute, visible to the general public and developed on an ongoing basis.
Aim 3: Quality Assurance
ERASMUS’ continuing education programs meet high quality standards. Quality assurance is the shared responsibility of program management, faculties and the Executive Board of the SGSB Business School.
Aim 4: Joint Programs
ERASMUS has continuing education agreements with partner institutions that strengthen ERASMUS” standing in the area of continuing education.
Aim 5: Organization
The organizational structure of ERASMUS continuing education provision is assessed and developed on an ongoing basis.
Aim 6: Creating Opportunities
ERASMUS’ creating academic educational degree diploma for Executives (EBBA | EMBA | EDBA) with high efficiency and fast-track modules.
First, lead yourself. From there, you can grow to lead others.
Aims to offer the UK, Swiss, French and European academic partners with a flexible concept.
The establishment and dissemination of programs, specifically developed or already present in the training catalog.
These programs are fully taught internationally, partly by high-ranking local professors and by European professors for part of the teaching units.
This concept allows establishments:
A significant gain in notoriety in a sprawling market, often complex to approach but representing an extremely high student potential.
The capitalization of this notoriety to allow, secondly, the direct recruitment of students to complete their training and enroll in the courses taught face-to-face in their establishment.
A very low mobilization of human resources internally, the university has a single point of contact: ERASMUS Higher Education Institution, based in Switzerland, which manages all engineering and administrative organization operations, etc.
No development investment
The guarantee of profiles registered in training, complete control of the issuance of diplomas.
Increase their financial resources by retrocession of a lump sum for each student enrolled in the program.
Increase the number of students enrolled in the institution because, although relocated, students are officially registered in the institution’s registers and pay their registration fees.