Reading about Copenhagen Business School’s ideas of learning and teaching, I found out that the learning strategy of Copenhagen Business School aims to develop a culture in which experimental learning methods and debates about learning methods are promoted. Copenhagen Business School wants to be a learning university. For example, I found these 3 inputs valuable:
Studies are designed in a way that they enable students to assume responsibility for their own learning.
Students are assured considerable freedom of choice regarding electives, programmes, choice of syllabus, exams and ways of learning.
Students are secured great flexibility with regards to where, how, when, and the pace at which they learn.