International Teachers Programme hosted by the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)

The International Teachers Programme (ITP) is an intensive faculty-development programme dedicated to business instructors, and it benefits from the participation of top-notch teachers and professionals coming from all around the world.

The China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) will be hosting ITP in 2015 and 2016. 

The Programme is coordinated by the International Schools of Business Management (ISBM), a group of 12 leading Business Schools located in Asia, Europe and the United States and has the full support of EFMD:
These Business Schools have been very committed to the Programme since it started more than 30 years ago. ITP has served over 1,000 high calibre faculty coming from all over the world, and many of them now are top-level business educators. 

The key objectives of the ITP is the development of the teacher’s creative capabilities, so to enable him/her to manage a complex set of variables:
  • teaching tools and techniques;
  • contents and knowledge related to their specific field of teaching and research;
  • self-esteem and management of interpersonal relationships;
  • audiences and contexts of teaching.

The International Teachers Programme is designed to provide you with the most advanced teaching tools and with accurate knowledge and comprehension of the teaching skills that are typical of high performance business educators.

What some Faculty Members Say about the ITP

”The ITP is a teacher’s dream - to talk about what you love doing (teaching) to an audience of those who not only share your love for the calling but want to be better at it.”
Aswath Damodaran, Professor of Finance
Stern School of Business, New York University
, US

”I conduct seminars on Active Learning for a wide variety of educational institutions through out the world. Nowhere is the opportunity for stimulation and collaboration the equal of ITP. The enthusiasm and receptivity of ITP participants is something I can always count on. I learn as much as I teach.”
Melvin Silberman, Professor of Adult and Organizational Development
Temple University
, US

”I directed ITP for three years at London Business School and I have worked on the Programme since then. It's so interesting to have a snap shot every year of Faculty from all around the world. I'm kept up to date on what the issues are for professionals in our field and I get to see what's going on in all the Schools represented.”
Philippa Morrison, Faculty Development Advisor
London Business School
, UK

”ITP means a wonderful opportunity to share my ideas and experience about teaching with an outstanding group of enthusiastic colleagues!”
Pierre Dussauge, Professor of Strategic Management
HEC School of Management,