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Based on the need for new paradigms fostered by the European higher education framework, this study explores the influence of the lecturer's role on knowledge acquisition and competence development in undergraduate management students. The lecturer's role is analyzed through students' perceptions of the lecturer's ability to build a good relationship and use appropriate teaching methods. This analysis is conducted from the perspective of student-centered learning and theoretical approaches that have emerged in the business field that show a conceptual affinity: the transfer of training and knowledge. Data were collected from 145 undergraduate students studying management courses in a Spanish university. The results indicate that the perceived ability of the lecturer to create a good relationship with students positively influences their perception the suitability of the teaching methods used, and the suitability of these methods, in turn, influences the students' level of knowledge acquisition and competence development.
5. Discussion and conclusions
This paper analyzed the influence of students' perceptions of the role of the lecturer on knowledge acquisition and competence development in management education. The results show that there is a direct relationship between the students' perception about the suitability of the teaching methods chosen by the lecturer and their knowledge acquisition and competences development. Moreover, the lecturer's ability to create a good relationship with the student is indirectly associated with the knowledge acquisition achieved and the development of competences, through the link established with the suitability of the teaching methods.