Soil Advantage

  1. Co-Created by 32 Companies

School of Inspired Leadership is co-created by a group of 32 Multinational and Indian companies from across industry verticals. Consortium Companies have a key involvement in the program right from the start through action projects, mentorship, workshops and finding career opportunities for students.

  1. Curriculum and Learning Design

A carefully designed curriculum delivered through globally renowned faculty – academicians and industry practitioners. Dedicated academic centers of excellence in Marketing, Finance, Data Analytics & Human Resource Leadership provide great focus on research and deeper dives into various industries. The curriculum is broken into 3 terms. After you understand the basics of business in Term 1, you’ll start to specialize, designing your own academic schedule of electives starting in the second Term giving you great flexibility and helping you choose a Major and Minor of your choice. Being a Harvard publishing partner, Soil uses the Harvard case study approach extensively in class along with a mix of pedagogy involving multiple intelligence.

  1. Delhi NCR advantage

Located in the heart of Gurgaon, the business HUB of India and services capital of the world. Networking and industry access to over 500 corporates and more than 1000 startups.

  1. Value based experiences

Annual Himalayan retreat, Theatre Values workshop, Practice of morning circle and positive appreciations give students a once in a lifetime diverse experience. The practice of Self-Awareness, wellness & yoga helps students assimilate learnings. SOIL is a journey that prepares you for a life time of learning and leadership excellence.


  1. Social Innovation Project (SIP)

The Social Innovation Program aims to foster social responsibility in our future leaders. A team of students work closely within an organization dedicated towards community development. This takes place through the entire duration of the one-year program starting from the second term onwards. We have partnered with several NCR based Non-Profit Organizations and our students spend one day every week working with these partners. These include making business plans for income generation, studying impact and developing ‘capacity’ to do more with less.

  1. Peer Learning

Each year SOIL attracts experienced students from varied backgrounds who enrich the peer learning experience. The curriculum design facilitates structured and unstructured opportunities for peer learning. Our students have always called out the contribution of the SOIL peer group as one of the key catalysts for learning professional, cultural and interpersonal nuances of business and communication.

  1. Mentorship

As a student of SOIL, you will be assigned two mentors – a corporate leader as an external mentor and a faculty member as an internal mentor. The mentoring program provides you an opportunity to seek career guidance from seasoned corporate mentors, practitioners and faculty; build your network; and achieve your learning and career goals. This unique opportunity has translated into lifelong associations for many SOIL students.

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