Not all MBA graduates are industry-ready!

Just 60% of business administration graduates in India were employable in 2023. In 2021, this figure stood at 46.59%.

Several Indian universities now see work experience as a pre-requisite for MBA aspirants.

But what if your students don’t possess prior industry experience? How do you expose them real-word business scenarios and just how do you integrate technology-driven problem-solving into your academic program?

This is where hands-on workshops can help.

“There’s a mismatch between demand and supply. Entrepreneurs say they can’t find skilled people to employ. We need to have skilling programs that work”

Raghuram Rajan

Raghuram Rajan

Former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India

Immersive and Practical Experiences!

Hands-on workshops create a safe ‘sandbox’ for trial and error. Also, an experiential learning environment encourages innovation via risk-taking.

Interactive sessions cultivate better communication and collaboration among participants, and in doing so, help information retention and aid confidence building.

Building exterior in Toronto, Canada

A commitment to experiential learning!

Most Indian universities deliver courses via robust classroom lectures but an industry perspective is missing more often than not.

For students to be industry-ready, they must be aware of how the academic concepts are applied in the real-world.

Hands-on collaborations with industry practitioners provide students with a hitherto unseen perspective and helps lay the foundation for a stellar career.  

A Team of Industry Professionals!

Armed with cross-functional industry experience, Quantum Steed is a team of professionals that stretch the envelop and deploy real-world scenarios to create an environment of rich experiential learning for students.