Once you reach 300 credits you are eligible to undertake the Fellowship Case Study.
A MIM Fellowship is the highest accreditation you can attain as a relocation service professional. After becoming MIM certified by completing all four fixed syllabus modules, you can go on to attain your MIM+ certification by completing a further three modules of your choice. In order to become a MIM Fellow you will need to deliver a successfully graded 2,500 word case study.
We realise that everyone is busy and while professional development is a valuable addition to the CV it often gets lost in the daily activities. Our case study coaching will help you devote some dedicated thinking time to the process and make progress with a minimal time commitment.
Each of the following links takes you to a successfully graded case study by a EuRA Member and Fellow;
Does this sound like you? We can now offer case study coaching to help you through the process. If you are interested in achieving this prestigious addition to your CV then please contact EuRA to obtain the contact details of an accredited case study mentor.
Having a mentor will help you:
We can’t do it for you, but we can help you plan your work, give you some support and help you schedule the time required.
The case study is used to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of a theory or model that has informed your professional practice. It asks you to explain a theory or model and then tell the story of how you apply these ideas to your professional life.
The aim of the case study is for you to document and evidence how you apply things you have learned to your professional role. It starts with you explaining who you are and what you do. It then asks you to explain something you have learnt, this might be a theory or an idea. This can come from a book or training that you have attended. You will need to be able to define where the idea came from by referencing the source. Referencing is just a way to ensure authors are credited for their work and that you use reputable sources.
You will then explain how this idea has influenced your work and what you have learnt through application. Few theories are ever complete so it is useful to highlight potential issues or contradictions that you have found when relating theory to practice. Finally you arrive at a conclusion of what this means for professional practice in your field.
The best way to start this case study is to give yourself a title that will guide your writing. For example…
Case Study Mentoring is a formal programme of support to help EuRA members achieve Fellowship through completion of the required case study.
The service is provided over a maximum of three months and is made up of:
The aim of this meeting is to discuss possible topics for your case study and to create a plan to move forward. After this meeting you will be required to prepare a short and submit it to your mentor before the second meeting.
Your mentor will give you feedback on the plan and help you expand your thinking. The aim is to define specific aspects that will be covered so that you in a position to produce a draft case study. After this meeting you will submit the draft case study for review before your last discussion can be booked.
This will be based on a discussion of the draft. Your mentor will help you clarify your main points and aid you in refining the final submission. The three meetings will be arranged at a mutually convenient time and can be taken in short succession or over a maximum of three months from the date of the first meeting. The fee for any additional time over and above that stated above will be negotiated independently between mentor and client.
The cost is 350 Euro payable after the first discussion. The client is liable for any telephone or communication costs. The 3 months will start from the date of Discussion 1.
Support is currently only available in English.