Learning Outcomes

Case Method: Student Impact

Experiential Learning puts students in the driving seat, with most speaking led by students discussing details of the case and their recommended course(s) of action. Students are immersed in real-world business problems and must rely on collaboration and disciplinary knowledge to arrive at an appropriate solution.   As a result, the Case Method

  • Make teaching more  relevant for students
  • Empowers students to apply theory and judgement to real world problems
  • Encourages students to learn from each other

Learning Methods & Impact on Student Learning

Case Study Learning
Class Participation
Textbook Reading

Experential Learning

The Case Method not only helps students develop a diverse range of problem solving, decision making and analytical skills, but also encourages a more engaging and rewarding learning environment for everyone in the classroom. Experiential Learning connects students with practical learning experiences and guided reflection to provide students with real-world experiences and accelerate their learning. Experiential Learning allows students to:

  • Increase their disciplinary knowledge (& application of knowledge)
  • Develop transferable skills
  •  Clarify interests and values
  • Strength career engagement and employability
  • Collaborate meaningfully with communities

Principles of Experiential Learning


Simulated Workplace

Designed to enable the application of knowledge and skills in a workplace, or realistic workplace scenario


Workforce Skills

Designed to strengthen students’ transferable skills, career competencies and citizenship


Meaningful Activities

Emphasises ethical approaches; learning outcomes; and active, continuous supervision and mentorship


Applied Knowledge

Designed to facilitate connections between theory and practice


Course Accreditation

Students recieve course credit or recognition on co-curricular record


Student Self-Assessment

Students engage in guided reflection, including a formal evaluation of the learning outcomes by the institution

Focus Areas

External Environment

Focus topics include business in the environment, consumer protection, corporate responsibility, external influences, the economy, and government influence and globalization.


Focus topics include accounts, assets, budgeting, cash flow, costs, investment appraisal, financial risk and sources of finance.


Focus topics include branding, competitive advantage, customer focus, market research, marketing mix, segmentation, product life cycle and promotion.


Focus topics include the business organization, continuous improvement, customer focus, health & safety, innovation, mergers & alliances, activity development and supply chain.


Focus topics include communications, diversity, developing the team, managing change, motivation, recruitment, selection, skill & competency development.


Focus topics include aims & objectives, business expansion & growth, competitive advantage, culture, decision-making, risk management and stakeholder handling=.

Industry Events

By attending industry events, students can expand upon what they’ve learnt in the classroom and network with some of the world’s leading executives and business people



University partners


Australian cases


annual students


improvement in grades

The in-class experience helped me learn more about my classmates as individuals, uncovering shared interests and strengthening friendships."

Addison Ferrel