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José Ramón Cobo achieves a global position in the pan-European business school to develop competitive advantage in business education.

The Spanish professor at ESCP Business School, José Ramón Cobo, has been promoted globally in the organization to the position of Associate Dean for Learning Innovation.

Cobo will go on to direct the area of Digital Transformation and Learning Experiences of the Business School, with a presence in six European cities: Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw.

The oldest business school in the world reinforces its digital expertise. José Ramón Cobo will be responsible for all content related to innovation in learning, pedagogical aspects and digital innovation.

ESCP Business School is already championing online training with its innovative pedagogical methodology ‘Adaptative Model Blended Learning’ AMBL. Thanks to this methodology, the school has been able to move from a face-to-face environment to a hybrid learning model, maintaining excellence in business training.

Taking advantage of its powerful experience in the mixed models of blended learning, the school has created this methodology that allows it to deliver 100% interactive and participatory learning experiences both through synchronous and asynchronous sessions, or even a mixture of both according to the moment and the situation in which we find ourselves. With this new learning model, students are guaranteed to receive the excellence training that characterizes ESCP Business School. In addition, the ‘Adaptative Model Blended Learning’ at ESCP Business School provides students with a stimulating, inclusive, flexible and personalized learning experience, always maintaining the highest standards of academic quality.

With this appointment, ESCP Business School stays at the forefront, continuing to innovate in times where digital has become mandatory and is here to stay.