Taking place on 16-27 June 2019 in picturesque Alpine resort of Bled, Slovenia, IMTA provides a unique opportunity for young educators to develop their course design, teaching materials and particularly teaching skills and methods, all under the masterful guidance of highly experienced international faculty. With a combination of intensive and practical program, international experience exchange and networking with peers, friendly atmosphere, and a breathtaking setting of Lake Bled, IMTA is often referred to as a life-changing experience by its participants. Since 2000, more than 650 management teachers from 150+ institutions in 51 countries around the world have completed IMTA.
IMTA is an interactive two-week program with a well-balanced focus on general and discipline-specific aspects of management education. Week one focuses on common issues related to general aspects of management education, with special emphasis on the case method (both case teaching and case writing). During the second week, participants are divided into small disciplinary tracks such as Business in Society, Marketing Management, Leading Change, and Strategic and International Management to dive even more hands-on on honing their teaching skills and techniques.
What promises to make this year’s edition particularly special is the fact that IMTA is taking place for the 20th time and CEEMAN will be hosting a special anniversary event on 28 June to add even more valuable content and provide platform for experience exchange and collaboration among the current IMTA participants, alumni, and their institutions.
One 80% scholarship and two 50% scholarships on the early-bird IMTA tuition fee are open for participants from Africa, Latin America, China and India, from institutions that have not benefitted from IMTA in the past. Check the list of IMTA alumni institutions to see if you are eligible.
Candidates are invited to submit their CV and motivation letter to IMTA Project Manager Ms. Livija Marko at firstname.lastname@example.org, tel +386 457 92 507, by 20 March 2019.
More information about IMTA: www.ceeman.org/imta