Experiential Learning and Its Relevance in Business School Curriculum

Subrat Kumar, Asha Bhandarker

Abstract


The application of experiential learning has been increasing in Business School curriculum across the globe and a lot of studies have been conducted to assess the efficiency of experiential learning pedagogy. However, these studies are primarily focused on either the behavioral learning aspects or capture the implication of one or other course specializations. This paper attempts to conduct exhaustive literature survey of various studies and come up with an outcome wherein the efficiency of experiential learning methodology across various course specialization is effectively captured. Lastly, the paper also tries to study the preferred learning methods of Millenials and tries to predict if experiential learning will be equally effective for them as well.

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