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2024-2027 Strategic Plan

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Implementation of the Strategic Plan is supported by the action plans of each office. SMART objectives and specific indicators are used to closely monitor progress in achieving these objectives.

SMART is an acronym for specific, measurable, appropriate, realistic, and time-bound.

Key indicators monitored

  • Gross and weighted number of full-time equivalent (FTE ) students
  • Satisfaction rate for paths of study
  • Student persistence rate
  • Alumni satisfaction rate for career goal achievement
  • Percentage of students who receive a TASK certificate by SULITEST score above 70% before graduating
  • Percentage of government plans for success and mental health achieved
  • Total amounts the School has received in research funding, number of partnership agreements, and the amounts of these agreements
  • International rankings (general, programs, research, employability, and sustainable transition)
  • Accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA) and designation (Ashoka U Changemaker Campus) renewal rates
  • Number of faculty members among the most influential in their field (as ranked by Stanford University and publisher Elsevier)
  • Percentage of reduction in the School’s carbon footprint based on scopes 1, 2, and 3
  • Number of events held, by type, in the Hélène Desmarais Building, and number of attendees

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