The International Management Teachers Academy (IMTA) provides a unique opportunity for young faculty to develop and improve their curricula, course design, teaching materials and particularly teaching skills and methods. CEEMAN's flagship program is heavily based on the case method, including teaching with cases, case writing, and performance evaluation and feedback to students. It is also designed to improve competences and skills integral to specific managerial disciplines, and provides input essential to other areas of a faculty member's professional life, such as consulting, institution development and administration, and social responsibility.
The exchange of ideas and experience with colleagues from other countries is also an invaluable source of learning and an effective instrument in establishing professional contacts and networks.
According to feedback received by IMTA participants and their institutions, the effects of the program go far beyond individual professional career development. Its benefits also include an impact on the participants’ institutions and their respective stakeholders.
The most frequently stated program results are:
- improved educational skills
- development of new teaching materials
- new research projects and doctoral thesis leads
- increased student (customer) satisfaction
- international case competition awards won by IMTA alumni
- contribution to institution building
- greater international cooperation, faculty networking, and exchange
See the list of institutions that have entrusted us with developing their faculty.
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Reflections on the IMTA Journey
The IMTA Alumni Association consists of more than 600 graduates, representing 165 institutions and 51 countries. This alumni network is a powerful platform for further professional development, experience exchange, joint projects and initiatives, and a strong contributor to institutional development.
IMTA is an intensive and highly interactive two-week program with a well-balanced focus on general and discipline-specific aspects of management education.
Week 1 focuses on common issues related to general aspects of management education with special emphasis on the case method and project work. It also deals with the skills required in the multiple roles that faculty members tend to have. Innovations in management development are discussed in the context of IT, project-based education, and the integration of the arts, culture, and science.
Week 2 is structured into disciplinary tracks, such as Business in Society, Marketing Management, Leading Change, and Strategic and International Management. During this second stage of the program participants focus on requirements and opportunities more specific to their particular disciplines. Pre-program individual preparation and in-program lectures and discussions, individual preparation, small group discussions and teamwork, case discussions, simulations, role-play, presentations, and other work methods position IMTA participants at the center of the learning process.
The more detailed program will be provided to participants at a later stage.
A high-profile team of seasoned, internationally renowned professors share their personal experiences and best practices of their prestigious institutions.
Fees for IMTA 2019:
Institutional members of CEEMAN
Individual or exchange members of CEEMAN
IMTA alumni (Week 2 only)
Applications received until 15 February 2019
Applications received after 15 February 2019
22% VAT may apply to institutions that don’t have a VAT number.
The program fee is covers all study materials, coffee breaks and one dinner. Please note that the fee does not include lunches and dinners, nor travel or accommodation expenses.
Participants from organizations with a valid Erasmus Charter are eligible for ERASMUS+ Grant Support for the Mobility of Staff as all CEEMAN programs are hosted by IEDC Bled School of Management.
A limited number of additional scholarships is available for participants from Africa and Latin America.
Ljubljana International Airport Jože Pučnik (Brnik) is situated 37 km southeast of Bled (about 20-25 minutes drive). It is connected with all major European cities and airports. The Slovene national air carrier is Adria Airways. For intercontinental flights we recommend a connecting flight via Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Vienna, London or Paris. Transfer from/to Ljubljana airport can be booked through CEEMAN Office.
Other neighboring international airports are in:
Suggestions on hotels and private accommodation in Bled within walking distance from the venue can be provided by CEEMAN.
Potential participants apply by submitting:
- a completed online application form
- a letter of recommendation from the applicant’s dean or a senior faculty member
A working knowledge of English and at least two years of relevant teaching experience are the minimum requirements for applying to the program.
Shortlisted candidates are interviewed before final selection, and final admission to the program is determined by the Admission Committee.