EdTech company Jaro Education has announced its strategic partnership with Imperial College Business School. The partnership is in line with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, which promotes and promotes global education in India through overseas universities and digital transformation in all industries, the press release said.

This association will promote the New Age virtual executive education programs that prepare professionals for the (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) VUCA world. These programs provide professionals with a global platform to study with the world’s top 1% of colleges and cohort.

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With this partnership, Jaro Education creates virtual new age programs such as Digital Transformation Strategy, Innovation. The virtual programs developed by Imperial College Executive Education offer a hands-on and personalized approach to learning combined with weekly live interactive sessions presented by Imperial’s faculty and industry leaders. The courses also provide insights through case studies, weekly Q&A sessions, access to recorded sessions and a platform for sharing with international colleagues from various industries, as well as an engaging learning experience with mobile access.

According to the QS World University Rankings in 2022, Imperial College London is among the top 1% of universities worldwide. Ranjita Raman, Chief Executive Officer of Jaro Education, said about the need for global education in India and the importance of the program: 2020 and its focus on promoting education through overseas universities will help establish India as a global center of education. “This will further help create jobs and develop skilled workers in the country. The fast-paced digital age requires the development of tomorrow’s global leaders with the ability to master challenging situations. We want to meet this industry requirement through the state-of-the-art interdisciplinary techno management programs in which the Imperial College Business School specializes. “

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Mike Davis, Director of Open Programs, Imperial College Executive Education, shared details of the collaboration: “We are incredibly excited to be working with Jaro Education to promote our executive education programs in India. With this collaboration, we can continue to attract brilliant minds for our virtual programs that combine Imperial’s skills in science and technology with deep connections to industry to make the future of business a reality today. “

Interested parties can register at – https://bit.ly/3oqyGfB. In addition, Jaro Education plans to launch more than 30 different programs from high-level institutions by FY-22. In order to support the company’s growth plan and meet the increasing demand in the EdTech industry, Jaro Education is also aiming to expand its workforce from 800 to 2,000 employees by fiscal year 22.

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