Global Associations 

School of Inspired Leadership partners with niche global business schools with a specific focus on design thinking, technology, innovation, sustainability, and research. SOIL carefully chooses its international partners to provide its students with a unique international experience.

MIP Politecnico Di Milano, School of Management, Italy

MIP, Italy was created by a collaboration between key Italian companies and one of the most prestigious Italian universities well known for its tradition of excellence in technology and innovation - Politecnico di Milano. In 2003 MIP joined the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering forming the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano


UNB University, Canada

One of the top five comprehensive universities in Canada, according to Macleans, UNB has more than 12,000 students from more than 100 countries. UNB's two main campuses are located in Fredericton and Saint John (started in 1964), New Brunswick. UNB University, Canada accepts up to three students per Academic Year two weeks from partner institutions.


The European Centre for Executive Development (CEDEP), France

CEDEP, also known as The European Centre for Executive Development (in French, Le Centre Européen d'Education Permanente), is an international, not-for-profit organization co-located on the INSEAD campus in Fontainebleau, France. It operates as an executive club and corporate university for a diverse set of 20 global companies. 


Royal Roads University(RRU), Canada

Royal Roads University (RRU) is a special-purpose public university that delivers high-quality applied and professional programs. It got established by the provincial government in 1995 through the Royal Roads University Act, RRU delivers high-quality programs designed specifically for aspiring and experienced professionals who want to advance in the workplace.


Graduate School of Leadership and Innovation, Shizenkan University, Japan


Shizenkan is built upon the legacy of the Institute of Strategic Leadership, based in Tokyo. The school has developed more than 1300 business and social leaders since 2001. Shizenkan combines the B-school approach that excels at a quantitative, logical and strategic way of analysis with the D-school approach that excels at disruptive and out of the box thinking to empower people to design a better future.


Johannesburg Business School, South Africa


Johannesburg Business School (JBS), established in 2017 as one of Africa's largest business schools, forms part of the College of Business and Economics at the University of Johannesburg. JBS and SOIL will cooperate to offer executive education between the respective business schools, exchange of faculties and MBA Students. 

JBS and SOIL will cooperate to build a global platform to explore and promote the role of leadership education and business schools in the growth of business and the development of society.