Teaching Enterprise Projects (TEP)

Overview

The Teaching Enterprise Project (TEP) is a unique pedagogy by the School of Business Management. TEP employs industry projects as platforms for students to apply their knowledge and deepen their skills through a learn-apply-learn-apply cycle. TEP centres provide the contextual environment to facilitate students to discover and internalize concepts and skills. These centres are located within the campus.

Each TEP business centre has a different operational focus catered to providing specific training for the variety of diplomas the School of Business Management (SBM) offers. Students undergo 14 weeks of attachment to two business centres. TEP centres are helmed by lecturers who mentor and guide the students closely throughout their 14 week attachment. Students are assessed based on both their technical proficiency as well as their ability to demonstrate and internalize 21st century skills such as leadership, professionalism and critical thinking.

To-date, we have undertaken more than 150 industry projects. We are confident these projects will provide our students with the competitive edge in the world of work and broaden their exposure to industry trends.

The Centres