WHY BINUS Business School Executive Education ?

  • Has designed, implemented and developed professional executive programs & courses for both individual or corporate participants.
  • Cooperated with important associations and institutions, such as Local and Multinational company, Private company and Government Institutions, in running and developing its programs and courses, which has resulted in them becoming high-quality and upto- date offerings.
  • Produced over thousands alumni from various training programs.
  • Provides comprehensive service offerings through it’s two interlinked divisions.
  • Methodology ( Millenials Approach )
  • Customization
  • Case Study
  • Experiential Learning
    • Blended Learning
    • Digital
    • Audio-Visual-Kinestethic
    • Internal Accreditation
    • Facilities


Our Uniqueness

Every stage in our program model focuses on clients. Therefore, effective and intensive communications between clients and us as a learning partner are necessary to construct a suitable program for the desired outcomes.

Multiple Learning Approaches

  • The Combination of Academic and Practical Business
    The academic perspective provides the better and deeper understand about business while professional practitioners offer experience and personal opinions on updated and trending business nowadays.
    With the combination of two, we design programs that suit your organizational needs with your expected outcomes
  • Collaborative Learning
    “Collaborative learning is based on the idea that learning is a naturally social act in which the participants talk among themselves. It is through the talk that learning occurs.”
    We design programs that emphasizes on the interactions between facilitators and participants, and also among participants. We believe that new knowledge is better constructed through interactive process and joint work.
  • Experiential Learning
    As Aristotle said “for the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them”, we design programs to foster participants’ knowledge using experiential learning.
  • Participant-Centered Learning
    We also apply participant-centered learning that aims to develop learner autonomy and independence by putting responsibility for the learning path in the hands of participants.
    Thus, various delivery methods are required to cover participants’ multiple intelligences and different learning styles or preferences (i.e. audio, learning, and kinesthetic).


Interlinked Division


Client Oriented Customize Methodology



People Development Path


Road-map Simulations


Participants-Centered Learning with Interactive Lecturing

One that differ our lecturing process from others is we frequently interact with participants. Interactions help participants to form new ideas from new information, previous experiences and personal opinions.

Sharing and Group Discussion

Discussion helps to develop better understandings of concepts or ideas. It also enables every participant to voices different ideas and bounce them off one another. Participants also have chances to improve their listening skill and how they propose opinions.

Group and Individual Task

Tasks are given to measure how deep participants acquired the knowledge or information.

Case Study

Using problem-based learning, this method provides trainees with a chance to analyze and discuss real workplace issues. They develop analytical and problem-solving skills and provide practical illustrations of principle or theory.

Group and Individual Presentation

Role playing allows employees to act out issues that could occur in the workplace. Key skills often touched upon are negotiating and teamwork. Role playing can be effective in connecting theory and practice.


Program Methodology