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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.
MIP & SOIL Masters Degree Program
Students at SOIL can opt for MIP’s Joint Degree Program to broaden their exposure to global perspectives on management. The Joint Degree Program mandates attending select courses at MIP Italy for two months and the balance courses at SOIL over a period of ten months. On successful completion of the courses, students are entitled to requisite master’s degree from Politecnico di Milano.
Pinchot University, Seattle, USA
Pinchot was founded as Bainbridge Graduate Institute (BGI) in early 2002 to offered the USA’s first MBA in Sustainable Business. The brainchild of Libba Pinchot and Gifford Pinchot III, BGI was the first school to champion this revolutionary approach to business, serving students wishing to integrate social justice and environmental sustainability values into their business education. Pinchot, USA accepts up to five students per Academic Year for two weeks from partner institutions.
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.
Mountbatten Institute’s international Analyst Internship
The Mountbatten Institute’s international Analyst Internship is a highly competitive program. It collaborates with Fortune 50 companies in New York or London to offer a unique way of linking international workplace practice with business theory, combining paid, full-time internships with a British post-graduate qualification. SOIL graduates have the opportunity to apply for Mountbatten Institute’s paid international internships in New York or London, and earn Mountbatten’s PG Certificate program fees. (Program fees extra).