Active learning methods

In contrast to the traditional ‘listen, memorise and repeat’ approach to teaching, many of our programmes incorporate active learning methods. Active learning promotes a deeper understanding of key concepts and topics by encouraging students to research them on their own, or collaboratively with their peers, rather than just learning things by rote.

Examples of active learning range from role play exercises to team-based projects such as making a video or creating a brochure. Depending on your course, you might even find yourself running an event or developing an app.

This active approach to learning is not only highly engaging but also helps you develop valuable employability skills, and become more self-assured in everything you do.