What is upGrad?
Online courses in Digital Marketing and Creative Communication, making it the first and only university in the country to offer a Digital Marketing specializations program.Who is the Students at upGrad?Gulpara Bali (29) Student, Design & Advertising, Mumbai.Aarav Sachdeva (18) Student, Computer Engineering, DelhiKaran Jhawar (18) Student, Computer Science, MumbaiNikhil Mehra (20) Student, Mechanical Engineering, DelhiOmkar Gowda (20) Student, Computer Engineering, ChennaiVarun Dias (21) Student, Computer Science, DelhiAnand Sehrawat (19) Student, BSc Mechanical Engineering, JaipurRead MoreLike this story? Or have something to share? Write to us: firstname.lastname@example.org, or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter (@thebetterindia).
Why choose upGrad?
Be an MBA or EFMHit MBA & EFM Cost effectiveOpen to allInternational Program to Be Launched soonRegistered, Education Consultants can register online through myUPGRADUETMIND.com (please refer Registration page).Course Name: “NET Entry 300: Get the job you want”Course Type: Full-timeCourse Frequency: 22 weeks.Degree: Executive MBAGraduates: 2014-2019Location: Mangalore, IndiaEligibility Criteria:Entrance Score: Between 25-35%Maximum marks: 60Age: 18 – 35 yearsWhat will you get in your in the course?In order to create an effective online marketing strategy for your company, you will take part in an intensive (long-duration) online course.
How is it different from other online education startups?
We are unique because we work with universities and industry to design and deliver courses in real industry domains so that the end user has a clear understanding of what they want to do in their career path. We have built curriculum with universities in their expertise domains, which can be applied to different jobs as a service offering. Also, students get access to industry mentors and can be mentored by industry professionals as well. This unique offering allows the student to identify their own career path, which is extremely valuable for both students and the companies/universities themselves.What is the philosophy of your startup?We wanted to build a product that solves for problems in the working world. This led us to a problem that exists in the way higher education is set up.
While Silicon Valley, Canada and even UK do not show a lot of interest in Indian start-ups, the benefits they get from such collaborations are immense. By partnering with Silicon Valley incubators, they are able to learn from global best practices and sharpen their services. Indian start-ups have created a lot of value for global companies in this manner. Indian entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley have worked on such partnerships for quite some time now, and it is likely that collaborations between them will only get stronger.