Written by: Chandigarh University Published by: The Week MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Chandigarh University has joined hands with upGrad, India's largest online higher-education company to offer first-of-its-kind in North India, job linked MBA Program which offers guaranteed campus placement offer at the time of admission to the students. The unique MBA program offers a … [Read more...] about Chandigarh University Launches Job Linked MBA Program in Collaboration With upGrad CU becomes the only University in North India to offer placement-oriented MBA programs
Written by: Sarah Murray Published by: Financial Times MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: The programme has become so popular among course participants — particularly given the growing desire of business students to make a social impact — that MIT Sloan now promotes the community projects as one of the main benefits of its EMBA curriculum. Other schools are starting to follow … [Read more...] about Community projects are a win-win for EMBA students and society
Written by: John Byrne Published by: Poets&Quants MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Stanford’s Graduate School of Business today (Oct. 30) upped the ante on experiential learning in its MBA program by adding three new ‘action learning’ courses that will debut this academic year. The classes are the first of what is expected to be a series of 10-week-long electives that … [Read more...] about Stanford Ups Ante On Experiential Learning For MBAs
Written by: Ludwig Christian Schaupp and Elizabeth A. Vitullo Published by: International Journal of Educational Management MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Experiential learning projects require students to go further than the typical theoretical and conceptual MBA coursework requiring them to draw on their previously acquired skills to solve actual business problems from … [Read more...] about Implementing experiential action learning in the MBA: use of an international consulting experience
Written by: Julia Freeland Fisher Published by: Clayton Christensen Institute MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: This month the micro-internship marketplace Parker Dewey launched a new initiative, Gigs for Good, aimed at helping college students from underrepresented populations tap into the platform’s internship opportunities. For many concerned about access to high quality … [Read more...] about Micro-internships: Just a gig or a promising gateway?
Content written by Matt Roush and published by techcentury. MBA News Digest Comment. None. Extracted Content: A new, groundbreaking partnership between Lawrence Technological University in Southfield and The PuLSE Institute (Institute for Public Leadership and Social Equity), Detroit’s anti-poverty think tank, will allow students who are enrolled in the MBA program at Lawrence Tech to study … [Read more...] about New partnership adds anti-poverty studies to Lawrence Tech’s MBA program