Working towards global change

BANGALORE: Institute of Experiential Learning (INEXEL), in collaboration with Entrepreneurs Without Borders (EWOB), University of Illinois organises a programme that offers experiential learni

Published: 09th January 2012 01:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:11 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Institute of Experiential Learning (INEXEL), in collaboration with Entrepreneurs Without Borders (EWOB), University of Illinois organises a programme that offers experiential learning in entrepreneurship and international business.

This is to provide students an opportunity to work towards the global change with a broader cultural awareness, experience in international business and an increased understanding of entrepreneurship and small businesses.

This programme employs the institute’s experiential learning pedagogy to support business curricula and help students learn from real-time experiences with business enterprises.

The programme also includes experiential cultural sensitisation and

business exposure.

INEXEL also seeks to develop and employ this model with business schools in India by designing experiences tailored to suite different curricula.

The first of such a programme commenced from December 30, 2011 in collaboration with EWOB, a student-run organisation from the University of Illinois.

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