Each Programme Group is supported by an Advisory Board, representing external expertise.
The advisory board comprises the Program Director, the Associate Dean of Education and a number of external stakeholders. The Advisory Board advises on the overall strategy and direction of current programs, including the follow-up of ILO measurement data and changes in the program syllabi, and the potential of new programs. The Advisory Boards meet twice a year.
Each advisory board consists of between 5-10 individuals representing a relevant mix of competence from industry; including international outlook and experience. Depending on the programs in focus, this indicates a mix of members from the public, private, as well as third sectors. At least one member of the Advisory Boards should be a JIBS graduate.
Depending on whether there is a specific topic on the agenda for the Advisory Board, one or two purposefully selected faculty members involved in teaching the program can also be invited to the meeting.
Content updated 2020-05-26