TECH UK has incorporated Harvard’s ‘case method’ into its educational model


The largest digital university in the world offers its students the most innovative learning with challenges adapted to professional reality

Technological University TECH has entered into a strategic agreement with Harvard University to introduce the “Case Method” to provide students with the best learning tools and give them access to the most innovative pedagogy.

TECH students have access to Harvard Business Cases. This is a teaching method that allows you to understand real situations in the business world and whose practice is a priority and fundamental element. TECH has become an international institution of reference in distance education, since it has more than 100,000 students per year and more than 500,000 graduates from more than 150 countries.

The institution has been recognized by Forbes as “the best online university in the world”, thanks to its innovative 100% online learning system. Additionally, is the online pioneer of implementing the “case method” in their programs and complementing it with its reiteration-based relearning system, which features 16 different didactic elements in each lesson. The overall score obtained by the TECH learning system is 8.01, according to the best international standards thanks to this agreement.

This is all you need to know about the Harvard Case Method

The method was created in 1912 at Harvard Business School with the aim of helping law students not limit themselves to learning the concepts and laws by reading and reproducing them without deepening. For this reason, they decided to create an active teaching-learning model to make it easier for students to work with real-life situations through practice.

It had excellent results and Harvard decided to establish it as a standard method of teaching in all faculties. Currently, it is recognized as the top business school learning method, focusing on improving students’ practice of management skills. In addition, it creates an important link between the academic world and the reality of business.

William Ellet of Harvard Business Review explains how this method works, ”Cases give the student the opportunity to really think about and apply the knowledge they learn from their readings or study books to a situation. real and produce solutions and conclusions. In other words, the case method teaches how to think in the real world.

Relearning system designed by TECH University

The technological university has created the best online learning system which has been tested with hundreds of thousands of students. The method breaks with the traditional patterns of the oldest universities and institutes because it guarantees the student mastery of the professional skills of each program.

He has received international scientific prizes and awards for designing this innovative learning system that combines the highest educational requirements using the latest educational technologies to meet current academic requirements. Technological University is the only digital educational institution certified and authorized to use this method.

According to scientific studies, repetition is the best alternative for learning, which is why TECH University provides approximately 8 to 16 repetitions of each key concept in a lesson in a unique way, to ensure that knowledge is internalized.

The programs they offer are also constantly renewed and teachers must update their pedagogical training and adapt to the latest trends. In addition, they use tools such as psychometric models based on learning outcomes and skills that students must acquire and overcome throughout the program.

TECH teachers select the most relevant concepts and create interactive multimedia elements because scientific research has concluded that the systematic use of images, videos, audio, diagrams, decision algorithms and animations guarantees that the students acquire the knowledge correctly.

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